Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis has been managing editor of The Sunday Business Post since 2012, having previously been assistant editor and property editor. She specialises in long form interviews and news features, and has a particular interest in the food industry, writing the paper’s restaurant reviews as well as a weekly food news page in the magazine.

London units with red brick facade

London units with red brick facade

Prices at The Pumphouse, a development of studios, apartments and penthouses in a converted Victorian pumping station in London start at stg£260,000 for a 47 square-metre studio.

Earl of Pembroke-style home in Booterstown

Earl of Pembroke-style home in Booterstown

A unique Earl of Pembroke-style detached home off Booterstown Avenue will be auctioned by Douglas Newman Good on April 28.

Period redbrick home in Rathgar guiding €1million

Period redbrick home in Rathgar guiding €1million

Douglas Newman Good is guiding €1 million for 19 Kenilworth Road, a 200 square metre period redbrick which will go under the hammer on April 20.

Dartry house has €1.2m price tag

Dartry house has €1.2m price tag

It is rare that properties in Sunbury Park, an enclave of 22 modern townhouses just beyond Sunbury Gardens in Dartry, come to the market, so there should be good interest in the latest house to become available there.

ShareSpread.com to bet on property spread

ShareSpread.com to bet on property spread

A new service from spreadbetting company ShareSpread.com allows overseas property buyers the chance to hedge their risk against currency fluctuations.

Terraced house in popular and convenient city centre location

Terraced house in popular and convenient city centre location

The area off Clanbrassil Street in Dublin 8 known as Blackpitts has become hugely popular in recent years, as young buyers seek homes within easy walking distance of the south city centre.

D4 house will appeal to young families

D4 house will appeal to young families

Bennetts is expecting very strong interest in 41 Radcliff Hall, a three-bedroom, three-storey townhouse in a popular development in Sandymount.

D8 offices ready for occupancy

D8 offices ready for occupancy

Weir & Conway is quoting rents of €410 per square metre for space at The Chancery, a purpose-built third generation office block on Chancery Lane in Dublin 8.

Leaseback deals in France and Spain

Leaseback deals in France and Spain

One of the most noticeable trends in the overseas property market last year was the huge increase in popularity of leaseback schemes, particularly in France, among Irish people.

Northern exposure

Northern exposure

The Northern Ireland peace process may have hit a rough patch, but that hasn't stopped the North's property market from powering ahead.

Houses sell far above guide prices

Houses sell far above guide prices

The thorny issue of pre-auction guide prices looks set to be as controversial as ever this spring, as a number of properties sold in Dublin auction rooms last week far above their guide prices.

Two and three-bed houses go on sale in Blanchardstown

Two and three-bed houses go on sale in Blanchardstown

Sherry FitzGerald New Homes is handling sales at the latest phase of Latchford, EP Lynam's development of two and three-bedroom houses close to Blanchardstown in Dublin 15.

First time lucky

First time lucky

Just over a month after Brian Cowen announced the abolition of stamp duty for first-time buyers of second-hand homes valued at under €317,500, the full effects of the change are about to be felt in the market.

Investor demand remains strong

Investor demand remains strong

The number of investors purchasing new homes fell by six per cent in 2004, according to new figures from estate agent Sherry FitzGerald.

French properties to feature at VEF exhibition

French properties to feature at VEF exhibition

An exhibition of 4,500 French properties will take place at the O'Reilly Hall in UCD from January 29 to 30.