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Ireland has successfully navigated the unprecedented economic crisis of 2008 precipitated by one of the world’s worst banking crashes. Over the last decade Ireland repaired its economy, restored its reputation and has positioned itself for a pro-longed period of out-performance of its European peers.

A significant legacy of the economic turmoil has been the substantial under- investment in key areas of Ireland’s infrastructure. This under-investment is most acute in chronic shortages of housing, healthcare, educational and energy facilities throughout Ireland.

Bartra Capital Property, with our partners, is investing substantial capital in private residential, public housing, nursing homes, commercial real estate and renewable energy opportunities. Our investment ethos targets substantial returns for our investors through shrewdly identifying unique investment opportunities in Ireland and leveraging Bartra’s experienced, high quality management platform to execute these opportunities.

Planning News


An Bord Pleanála overturns decision to refuse permission by Dublin City Council Irish Times - Thursday 20th February 2020 by  Gordon Deegan ...


ABP have upheld the decision to grant permission to build an office development over 10 floors comprising 19.9k sq.m. GFA


SHD Application lodged for 198 no. build to rent shared living suites (210 no. bedspaces).


Planning Permission granted by An Bord Pleanala for 26 apartments over 3-5 storeys


A Planning applications has been submitted for a Shared Living Development containing 104 bedspaces over 7 floors, together with significant resident...


A decision to Grant Planning Permission issued by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council for 2 penthouse apartments at 4th floor level.


Application submitted to Dublin City Council for an additional floor on a previously approved development containing 7 apartments.


Planning Permission granted by An Bord Pleanala for 18 apartments and 6 houses


Eblana Co Living Development, Dun Laoghaire Bartra notes the decision of An Bord Pleanála to grant planning permission for our proposed developme...