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© The Irish Times 24 Jan '22

Beacon Hospital gets permission for €75m extension

Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has given the go-ahead for the 70-bed extension at the facility in Sandyford, Dublin, finding that the hospital extension did not detract from the amenities of t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Jan '22

Policy supports high-rise tower at Arnotts car park, property firm says

The proposed height of Fitzwilliam Real Estate’s planned 12-storey, 159-unit build-to-rent apartment scheme on the site of the Arnotts car park in Dublin city centre is fully supported by national p -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Jan '22

Conall MacCoille: Time for reality check on State’s capacity to build social housing

Private developers can build long-term relationships with contractors, offering multiple sequential projects to negotiate down on price. However, for the city council, each new project requires an ope -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 24 Jan '22

Majority of homes completed next year will not be available to first-time buyers – report

According to a new report from Goodbody: Around 28,400 new houses are forecast to be completed in 2023, however, the bulk of these new homes will be due to increases in social housing output and the p -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Jan '22

Mark Keenan: Location matters less as pandemic turned property market on its head

The Irish Independent’s How Much Is Your House Worth? 2022 demonstrates how a surge in competition for a small pool of property has had a huge impact on prices. Our in-depth study of 64 local pro -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Jan '22

Killian Woods: What exactly is an affordable home and who benefits from the definition?

Housing For All promises to deliver affordable housing for purchase and rent, but its methodology has been questioned and criticised for linking affordability to market prices instead of income -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Jan '22

Ronan braced for long legal battle after negotiations with US funds founder

Developer Johnny Ronan’s real estate group is headed for a potentially long and expensive legal battle with two US-based investment groups, after talks between the parties failed to reach a resoluti -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 21 Jan '22

Bannon Investment Market Review & Outlook 2021/22

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> "We expect to see a continuation of new entrants to the market in 2022 where prime assets are made available. In particular, we expect a wider range of core European fund -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 21 Jan '22

Lisney Outlook 2022

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HRE >>> There is an opportunity for all stakeholders in the Irish property sector to turn this crisis into a catalyst for positive change and shape the future of the buildings we -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Jan '22

Seven ways our remote working revolution will transform the property market: Mark Keenan

Some city prices will fall. Smaller city centre homes, the traditionally favoured central first buys of people who move to cities to work, will be impacted. High amenity locations like Malahide, Sandy -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Jan '22

Ballsbridge residents try to halt 64-unit build-to-rent scheme at St Mary’s Home, Pembroke Park

The scheme involves the repurposing of St Mary’s Home, a nursing home, to contain 23 units and the construction of three new buildings that will provide a combined 41 apartments. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Jan '22

New €100 million social housing fund, Gresham House Credit Union Income Fund, will finance up to 450 homes

“This fund will match approved housing bodies, who need long term loan capital on competitive terms, with credit unions who are looking for an attractive and secure home for their members’ savings -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Jan '22

TikTok in talks on office space for 2,500 additional workers in Dublin

Just seven weeks on from its formal agreement to lease the entire Sorting Office, the company is understood to be in talks to rent both Marlet Property Group’s Shipping Office and at Iput’s Tropic -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Jan '22

Number of new housing starts up sharply to almost 31,000

The Department of Housing numbers show that housebuilding activity is now approaching the Government’s target of close to 35,000 new houses which it believes are needed annually to meet demand and s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Jan '22

Dundrum apartment plans need more consideration – appeals board

An Bord Pleanála has told Hammerson that its plans to build 889 apartments in Dundrum require further consideration or amendment. The board has also told Gerald Gannon Properties that the company’s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Jan '22

House price inflation surges to pandemic high of 14%: CSO

In Dublin, where supply pressures are most intense, headline price inflation was 12.8 per cent while outside the capital the annual price increase was measured at 15 per cent. Many had predicted pr -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Jan '22

About three-quarters of homes to be delivered by LDA are expected to be cost rental

On medium-term plans, new chairman Cormac O’Rourke says that approximately 5,200 more homes are to be delivered on 10 State-owned sites, including St Teresa’s Gardens and the Central Mental Hospit -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Jan '22

How realistic are property asking prices in today’s market?

Brian Dempsey, DNG: "It’s like cooking the turkey on Christmas Day. If you undercook it you can put it back in the oven. If you overcook it, you can’t undo it.” -  Subscribe
© RTE 19 Jan '22

Will increased housing supply solve the affordability problem?: Frank Crowley, Cork University

Until we get a handle on land costs, I fail to envisage a time when we will get a handle on affordability. In this regard, it would be wise to go ‘back to the future’ to learn where it all went wr -  Subscribe
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