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© The Irish Times 02 Jun '23

Blanchardstown planning granted for 971 apartments in seven blocks

Planning permission has been granted to the owners of Blanchardstown Town Centre for a €450 million apartment scheme with almost 1,000 units despite strong opposition by several major retailers with -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jun '23

Planners refuse 98 homes in Greystones because town has ‘already hit population target’

Cairn Homes applied to Wicklow County Council in April for permission to construct 89 new homes at Coolegad, on the northern fringe of Greystones, an area close to the local, Temple Carrig School. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 02 Jun '23

CSO: Building and Construction output up 7.5% in Quarter 1 2023

The volume of production in construction rose by 7.5% in Q1 2023 compared with Q4 2022 on a seasonally adjusted basis.On an annual basis there was a 2.8% increase in volume of production recorded.The -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jun '23 Housing demand nationally up by 17%, says property website Daft

The company estimated that demand for new homes specifically rose up by 114 per cent in the 12 months to May this year. Homes with a listed price of €400,000-€600,000 had the largest increase in d -  Subscribe
© 30 May '23

Planning permission granted for 852 new homes on site of former Central Mental Hospital

The development will involve over a third of the land involved being converted into public realms, including landscaped green spaces, which will be open to the public for the first time since the hosp -  Subscribe
© 30 May '23

Wicklow council refuses planning permission for €40m boutique resort at Magheramore Beach

Wicklow County Council has refused planning permission to a €40 million ‘bustling’ boutique holiday resort and surf school planned by Paddy McKillen Jnr for cliff top lands overlooking Magheramo -  Subscribe
© 30 May '23

Census 2022: New stats show how much average rents have risen in the private sector since 2016

THE AVERAGE RENT paid by those renting a property from a private landlord has increased by 37% in the six years to 2022, according to the Census results. The results of last year’s Census show t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 May '23

Property sales falling due to delays in probate services, law firm claims

Solicitor Frank Murphy said the delays in issuing a grant of probate had led to sales not proceeding, while also slowing access to mortgage funds. “The delays, in our experience, add unnecessary add -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 May '23

Privately owned Dublin Airport site seen as critical national asset put up for sale

Property owners including brothers Ulick and Des McEvaddy are selling a large Dublin Airport landbank, raising questions over the future of land seen as a critical national asset. The brothers have -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 May '23

Rental crisis: More than 4,700 notices to quit issued in first three months of 2023

Figures published by the RTB on Tuesday showed that a total of 4,753 notices to quit were issued to tenants between January and March 2023, up from the 4,329 issued in the last quarter of 2022, and 4, -  Subscribe
© Business Post 29 May '23

Sinn Féin hits out at ‘terrible deal’ between government and Johnny Ronan consortium for Poolbeg homes

The Business Post reported on Saturday that a consortium of developers, the Department of Housing, and Dublin City Council are close to finalising a deal for the delivery of affordable homes at the si -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 May '23

Planning permission granted for 852 social and affordable homes on Central Mental Hospital site

The approval granted to the Land Development Agency (LDA) by An Bord Pleanála marks a big step forward for one of the agency’s most prominent projects - but at a scale lower than it wanted. -  Subscribe
© 28 May '23

Almost half of objections to Dublin City Council against new land-hoarding tax were successful

New figures reveal that out of 154 submissions, 75 separate appeals were successful at granting the landowner an exemption from the Residential Zoned Land Tax, which comes into force next year. It -  Subscribe
© Business Post 28 May '23

‘I’m going nowhere’: Magnier celebrates 50 years at Colliers

Marcus Magnier, head of residential, development and country homes at Colliers, is an exception and last Wednesday, at lunchtime, Colliers filled Marco Pierre White’s restaurant in Donnybrook, Dubli -  Subscribe
© Business Post 28 May '23

DNG partners with global real estate giant Hamptons International

Real estate group DNG has announced an agreement as an exclusive affiliate for Hamptons International in Ireland, which will provide an international platform for DNG clients’ property sales. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 May '23

Elkstone partners with Harrison Street to develop more than 1,500 student accommodation beds

The first development will be completed in September, with a five-storey property on Dublin’s Manor Street, Stoneybatter Place, delivering 142 beds. The property, which is located close to Techno -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 May '23

Empty office blocks could become liveable homes, but it’s not simple

Some of the challenges are technical, and some are commercial. The biggest technical issue is the sheer size of many office buildings. There are vacant offices in Dublin with floorplates of 28,000s -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 May '23

Paul McNeive: Are Irish estate agents overzealous when it comes to GDPR?

I was surprised this week when someone selling their house told me that their estate agent would not tell them who was viewing, “for GDPR reasons”. I would have thought that a houseowner was entit -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 May '23

Avant Money becomes first lender to cut its mortgage rates and is now letting borrowers fix for life

Avant Money is banking on people choosing to “fix and forget” at a time when European rates have shot up seven times, with more hikes expected. Broker Martina Hennessy of said Avant Money -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 24 May '23

First-time buyers pushed to limit as runaway house prices burden them with bigger loans

New data from the Banking and Payments Federation of Ireland (BPFI) shows the mortgage market grew strongly in the second half of 2022, with the number of loans taken out rising by 24pc to nearly 31,0 -  Subscribe
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