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.

Gunne ‘not sentimental’ about sale of firm

Gunne ‘not sentimental’ about sale of firm

It was business as usual last Wednesday in the Ballsbridge offices of property consultants CB Richard Ellis Gunne, despite the fact that the company had just been sold to the world's largest commercial property services firm, CB Richard Ellis (CBRE),

Harvey Nicks comes to town

Harvey Nicks comes to town

A cocktail bar with dancefloor and DJ booth will be among the attractions at Harvey Nichols' first Irish store, which will open at the Dundrum Town Centre in south Dublin on September 23.

€150m scheme almost fully let

€150m scheme almost fully let

Scotch Hall, the €150 million retail and leisure scheme being developed by Galway businessman Gerry Barrett in Drogheda, Co Louth, will be almost fully let when it opens on November 10.

Harvey Nicks makes a colourful entrance

Harvey Nicks makes a colourful entrance

Competition at the luxury end of the Dublin retail market will shortly become keener than ever, with the opening on September 23 of Harvey Nichols' first Irish branch at the Dundrum Town Centre.

Ten-bed Offaly hotel for sale

Ten-bed Offaly hotel for sale

RE/MAX Central is seeking over €2 million for the Royal Shannon Hotel in Banagher, Co Offaly, which is for sale by private treaty.

Index shows healthy construction sector

Index shows healthy construction sector

Business conditions in the Irish construction industry improved sharply in July, according to the latest edition of the Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers' Index.

Olympics spark property interest

Olympics spark property interest

The choice of London as the host city for the 2012 Olympic Games has led to a flurry of speculation on what, if any, effect there will be on the city's property market.

A passion for fashion

A passion for fashion

While most of us are still enjoying the bank holiday weekend, fashion designers Liz Quin and Carolyn Donnelly will be putting the finishing touches to their summer collection for 2006.

Hotel chain expands across the country

Hotel chain expands across the country

At the age of 14, Philip Gavin was a horseracing enthusiast who seemed destined to become a jockey.

Spacious Dundrum home

Spacious Dundrum home

Mason Estates is seeking offers of about €670,000 for 28 Westbrook Road, a three-bedroom house in a cul-de-sac off Highfield Park in Dundrum.

New wine bar opens at Trinity Lodge

New wine bar opens at Trinity Lodge

Last Christmas, one of Dublin's best-known restaurants, George's Bistro on South Frederick Street, closed its doors.

Prices soar for trophy homes

Prices soar for trophy homes

The Dublin residential property market has performed extraordinarily well during the first half of 2005.

Ski properties that won't break the bank

Ski properties that won't break the bank

Switzerland is home to some of the world's most exclusive, and expensive, ski resorts.

Foxrock three-bedroom house has contemporary feel

Foxrock three-bedroom house has contemporary feel

Offers of around €750,000 are sought for 12 Kelston Drive, a 117-square-metre three-bedroom house in a relatively new development just off the N11 in Foxrock.

Huge price moves in upper end of market

Huge price moves in upper end of market

The number of houses in Dublin that sell at auction for more than €1 million soared during the first half of this year, according to new research.