It's a tale of two cities, and two different stages of dockland development — almost six acres in Dublin for a whopping €110m, or €18m an acre, or 11.5 acres on Cork’s south docks, for over €8.5m, or €750,000 an acre.
The Data Protection Commissioner will decide within two weeks on a complaint by developer brothers Michael and John O’Flynn alleging the National Assets Management Agency failed to provide them with all of the personal data being held by the agency.
Kerry County Council has said it cannot complete the purchase of a prime 50-acre site for community and amenity use in Kenmare, which it had bid for with Nama, because the lands do not have the vacant possession required.
Ireland's independent financial watchdog has been urged to investigate a previously unknown Nama deal which saw €455m worth of assets sold to a US multi-national firm suggested by the developers who originally owned the loans.
The Dáil public accounts committee chair has claimed Nama officials warned him they had a “dossier” on his previous comments about the group at the same time they issued a clear legal threat over the findings of the PAC’s Project Eagle report.