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© The Irish Times 20 Feb '18

Times editorial – Mortgage loans: protecting borrowers

Ten years after the crash, it is clear that this should have been dealt with more expeditiously. The sale of loans to vulture funds opens up new risks which could have been avoided if there had not be -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Feb '18

The housing crisis and the density debate

Burkeway Homes was refused planning for a development in Bearna, Co Galway, this month by An Bord Pleanála under new fast-track planning legislation – brought in last year to tackle the housing cri -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Feb '18

Councils supposed to help solve housing crisis – not make it worse

Cairn’s chief executive Michael Stanley also confirmed on Monday that the listed house-builder was spending around €4.5 million on roads for the new estate at Mariavilla in the Kildare town. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Feb '18

Cairn Homes to pay Irish Water part of cost for site’s water mains

“We believe we will resolve that issue with Irish Water,” he said. Mr Stanley added that Cairn was “happy” to pay for infrastructure if it allowed the company to build homes and was commercial -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Feb '18

Green Reit sees property value rise 5% in six months

“Whether the higher rate of stamp duty adversely impacts on Irish real estate transaction volumes and pricing remains to be seen as we move further into 2018,” the company said. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '18

Construction industry front and centre in National Development Plan

The CIF believes that a centralised database of all capital projects being undertaken by the exchequer and by semi-State bodies is essential as it would provide greater certainty and clarity about ong -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '18

Irish Water row threatens major Cairn new housing scheme in Maynooth

Cairn has warned Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe that of its 30 sites, the company is “not in a position to build on 19 of these as of now”. It cited difficulties and delays in getting local -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Feb '18

Walton family is ‘heartbroken’ to close Dublin music shop

A quarter of a century later, the Walton family is waving goodbye to its store in Dublin’s city centre. Waltons announced last month that it is relocating permanently to its recently-opened music st -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Feb '18

Irish Nationwide Grand Parade site plan by Hines and Yeungs is appealed

Last year, a company controlled by Hines and the Yeung family applied for planning permission to refurbish the former Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) base, and to build what would be a landma -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Feb '18

Arup Cork office becomes first in Ireland to get the gold medal for workspace wellbeing

The Albert Quay office also has specialised acoustic design throughout the open-plan areas so background distractions are reduced and privacy levels are increased, without the need for physical walls. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Feb '18

Tyrrelstown GAA club which faced eviction from its only pitch expresses ‘huge relief’ as solution found

Tyrrelstown GAA club said a proposal by Mazars which will allow it to continue using the pitch at Tyrrelstown Way until May next year came as a “huge relief. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Feb '18

Hibernia Reit plans additions to Dublin office block

Hibernia Reit is planning development of Marine House, a building it acquired for €26.5 million in 2016. The premises, which is a neighbour to Google’s Velasco building, was built in the 1970s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Feb '18

Regional planning: Can we get it right this time?

Much of this lobbying ignores the key challenges that the NPF seeks to address, the analysis that underpins the draft NPF, and the fact that public resources are limited. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Feb '18

Receivers seek permission for more than 140 housing units on Dublin site

The National Asset Management Agency appointed Declan Taite and Anne O’Dwyer, of insolvency specialist Duff & Phelps, as receivers to property belonging to the Dorans in Kiltiernan, south Dublin, in -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Feb '18

Will Dublin’s office building boom outstrip demand?

“There are very few new leases signed with a break option within the next 10 years,” says Goodbody property analyst Colm Lauder. “[Developers are] trying to have responsible income streams and d -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Feb '18

'Capital-hungry' Finance Ireland to launch €200m mortgage bond

Finance Ireland's commercial property loan book has grown swiftly since the unit, run by Ken Murnaghan, a former head of business banking at Ulster and a senior executive in AIB's corporate banking di -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Feb '18

Paul McNeive: Industrial market finally recovers - and this time it really is different

Most of the enquiries for new space are to lease, with the majority of sales taking place in the second-hand market. While office and retail investments became expensive, prime industrial yields almos -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Feb '18

Planners will be grateful for court’s ruling on Moore Street buildings

The High Court ruling left them facing an appalling vista of judges declaring anything vaguely historic a national monument every time an objector turned up in court. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Feb '18

House prices in Dublin increase 10.8%, while the cost of apartments climbs 14.7%

Brokers Ireland spokeswoman Rachel McGovern said "even the most favourable interpretation leaves supply well short of demand with considerable backlog on top of yearly shortfall.” KBC Bank Austin Hu -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Feb '18

Surplus of hungry buyers ensures house prices keep going up

The CSO figures for December show a 12.3 per cent annual rise in prices, the highest since 2015. As affordability becomes more of a factor in parts of the Dublin market, any significant signs of a slo -  Subscribe
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