The Tale of a Great Sham by Anna Parnell: a radical refusal to be just a petticoat screen – The Irish Times

  Book Title:The Tale of a Great Sham ISBN-13:9781910820599 Author:Anna Parnell Publisher:UCD Press Guideline Price:€20.00 The Tale of a Great Sham by Anna Parnell was written in 1907. That date might bring readers up short, and it is so amazing to note that even though it’s that long ago written, the words and their meaning

Ires Reit set to acquire Stillorgan residential portfolio for €10.6m – The Irish Times

Ires Reit is closing in on the purchase of a portfolio of 25 high-end apartments in the south Dublin suburb of Stillorgan. The State’s biggest landlord is understood to be engaged in exclusive talks in relation to the acquisition of the units at the Atrium in Beechwood Court for about €10.6 million. Should the deal

COVID 19 – Code of Conduct between Landlords and Tenants for Commercial Rents – Lexology

The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Innovation published a Code of Conduct between Landlords and Tenants for Commercial Rents on 1st October 2020 (the “Code”), (full text available here), which has been developed in consultation with stakeholders such as IBEC, Retail Excellence Ireland, Chambers Ireland and Irish Institutional Property with a view to providing practical

Bloody Sunday 1920: The 32 killed at home, at Croke Park, in Dublin Castle – The Irish Times

MORNING Lieutenant Peter Ames (32): Ames was born into a wealthy American family in Pennsylvania. He moved to London in 1912, joined the Grenadier Guards in 1917, and served in the first World War. After the war he served in MI5 as an undercover agent. He slept with a loaded pistol under his bed, but

Bloody Sunday 1920: The 32 killed at home, at Croke Park, in Dublin Castle or who died later of their wounds – The Irish Times

MORNING Lieutenant Peter Ames (32): Ames was born into a wealthy American family in Pennsylvania. He moved to London in 1912, joined the Grenadier Guards in 1917, and served in the first World War. After the war he served in MI5 as an undercover agent. He slept with a loaded pistol under his bed, but

Bloody Sunday: A day of horrors, in three acts – RTE.ie

If, as Vladimir Lenin once said, there are decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks where decades happen, how many years happened in Dublin on Sunday, 21 November, 1920? Dublin Castle plaque to Richard McKee, Peadar Clancy and Conor Clune (Credit: RTE Stills Library) Act I 9am to 9.30am The ‘Particular Ones’ must die

Four on the market: Houses for under €200000 in Leitrim – Independent.ie

3 Errew Drive, Lough Rynn €195k Moovingo (01) 516 9999 The five-star Lough Rynn Castle is the ancestral home of the Earls of Leitrim and hosted the wedding reception for Brian O’Driscoll and Amy Huberman. The Errew Drive development of 31 homes was built on part of the castle’s grounds and No3 has just come

Gap and Champion Sports sued by Deutsche Bank property arm – Independent.ie

Deutsche Bank’s property arm DWS Grundbesitz is suing retailers The Gap and Champion Sport, both tenants at Westend Shopping Park in Dublin, which the German investor owns. DWS has spent close to €1bn on Irish property since entering the market here two years ago. The legal proceedings come at a time when there has been

A New Look at the Landlord and Tenant Relationship – Lexology

Click here to view the Video Opposition to New Look’s Petition before the High Court A recent case before Mr Justice McDonald in which William Fry were involved highlights the need for companies to meaningfully engage with their landlords before seeking the court’s protection. In this earlier article on the case, we look at the

Cineworld Group Considering Insolvency Process That Could See Some U.K. Screens Permanently Shuttered – Variety

The Cineworld Group, the second largest cinema chain in the world, which also operates the Regal cinemas in the U.S., is exploring an insolvency process in the U.K. that will cut costs, but could shutter some British sites permanently. Known as a “company voluntary arrangement” (CVA), Cineworld is currently discussing the process with lenders, according