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.

St Lucia a top-of-the-range Caribbean investment

St Lucia a top-of-the-range Caribbean investment

Buyers seeking a top-of-the-range Caribbean investment property will be interested in the launch of the second phase of a new hotel, golf and residential development on the sun-soaked island of St Lucia.

Mellon appeals for €20m worth of land for charity

Mellon appeals for €20m worth of land for charity

Niall Mellon is appealing to fellow property developers and landowners to donate up to 100 sites around the country to his South African charity, the Niall Mellon Townships Initiative (NMTI).

Gasworks apartments retain original frame

Gasworks apartments retain original frame

Show apartments are open for viewing today at one of the most distinctive apartment developments ever to be built in Dublin.

Period family home close to Dublin city centre

Period family home close to Dublin city centre

The prices of period homes in many of Dublin’s suburbs may have soared to unprecedented levels, but it is still possible to acquire them for relatively affordable sums in areas on the north side of the city.

Art deco luxury on historic site

Art deco luxury on historic site

High rollers seeking a base close to Heathrow, London city centre and numerous sporting facilities are the target market for the developers of Charters, a restored art deco mansion on 25 acres of parkland near Sunninghill in Berkshire.

Housebuyers chase soaring prices, but what’s the limit?

Housebuyers chase soaring prices, but what’s the limit?

Six months after the European Central Bank (ECB) raised interest rates for the first time in five years, a resurgence in demand among investors and a shortage of starter homes are contributing to dizzying rates of capital appreciation in the Irish ho

Planning board’s Lough Key decision is ‘bizarre’

Planning board’s Lough Key decision is ‘bizarre’

The developer of a proposed ecotourism project in the Lough Key forest park in Co Roscommon has described An Bord Pleanala’s decision to block the scheme as ‘‘bizarre’’.

Why Gunne took new course

Why Gunne took new course

Opening two new offices and relocating three others are among the immediate priorities of the new management team at estate agent Gunne Residential.

Holiday Clinic: Chelsea’s dream gardens

Holiday Clinic: Chelsea’s dream gardens

Susie, 34, and her mother Annette, 60. THE CANDIDATES:

Algarve scheme aimed at holiday-home buyers

Algarve scheme aimed at holiday-home buyers

The developers of an upmarket scheme of townhouses and apartments on the Algarve are aiming to attract buyers seeking a pure holiday home rather than a buy-to-let investment.

Guaranteed return is a first for Cyprus

Guaranteed return is a first for Cyprus

The first development in Cyprus to offer guaranteed rents to investors has gone on sale at Aphrodite Hills, just outside the town of Paphos.

Mixed signals on house prices

Mixed signals on house prices

Are you confused about just how much your house is worth?

What the reports show

What the reports show

The auctioneers are finalising their figures for price growth during the first quarter of 2006, but earlier this year reported that the average price of a second-hand home in Dublin jumped by 21.95 per cent last year, the highest rate of growth since

More delays for new house-price system

More delays for new house-price system

The government’s new system to quantify the average price of a house will not be operational until the end of this year or early next year.

Holiday Clinic: Recharging with a spa break

Holiday Clinic: Recharging with a spa break

Carol, 34, and her husband Michael, 35. THE CANDIDATES: