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© The Irish Times 26 Jan '23

More than 45,000 homes stuck in planning system despite housing crisis, Mitchell McDermott say

“Delays due to judicial reviews, and spiralling construction inflation have all contributed to the dramatic drop off in commencements we are seeing,” said Paul McDermott, one of the authors of the -  Subscribe
© Other 25 Jan '23

Dwyer Nolan Developments Ltd records €31m profit as revenues soar to €100m

It has planning applications in for the former De La Salle National School, Ballyfermot Road, Ballyfermot; Chadwicks at the Junction of Santry Avenue and Swords Road; and a site at Minister's Road, Lu -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jan '23

DEAL: Irish investment consortium in €6.5m deal for landmark Donnybrook Mall

Acquired by developer Sean Dunne for €17 million at the height of the last boom, the mall last changed hands in 2014, with its outgoing owner, an individual private Irish investor, paying €6.6 mil -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jan '23

Intercom set to sublet half of new Dublin HQ to US investment giant

KKR is closing in on a deal to rent just under 50,000sq ft of office space at Irish-founded technology company Intercom’s new headquarters on Dublin’s Earlsfort Terrace. Although heads of terms -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jan '23

DEAL: Bartra secures €4.15m from sale of south Dublin residential site

Located off Mount Merrion Avenue, the 0.283-hectare site, which has full planning permission for 26 apartments, has been acquired by Keith Craddock’s Red Rock Developments. The price paid represents -  Subscribe
© RTE 25 Jan '23

Amazon lodges plans for 3 new data centres for North Dublin

Universal Developers has lodged plans with Fingal County Council for the three new data centre buildings with a combined power load of 73MW for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centre campus on a 65 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jan '23

DEAL: Eamon Waters pays €28m for 28-29 Grafton Street and €12m for 15-16 Baggot Street Lower

The founder of the State’s largest waste company, Beauparc Utilities, has agreed a €40 million deal which will see him acquire Victoria’s Secret’s flagship store on Grafton Street along with s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jan '23

Private sector delivering more than seven in 10 new social homes, department figures show

Figures obtained from the Department of Housing show that 2,706 new-build social homes were delivered up to the end of September last year. Of these, 1,946 units (72 per cent) were acquired by way of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jan '23

Marlet group chief says decision regarding Raheny site is contrary to ‘common good’ during housing crisis

Patrick Crean said it went against the advice of the council’s chief executive, who said an alternative mix of zoning struck an appropriate balance between ecological protection and the provision of -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Jan '23

Editorial: Amateurish property developers are a menace to public finances

Ireland’s property developers are not just incapable of delivering homes: they are a menace to the public finances. Their inability to manage risk, foresee trends, control costs or budget accordingl -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Jan '23

Cairn seeks to avoid land hoarding fine on former RTÉ site

“Despite best endeavours to secure permission and develop the site, it has been the impediments imposed by third parties that have consistently stymied efforts to progress. In this regard we submit -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Jan '23

Kennedy Wilson secures €110m in AIB green loans for office schemes

Kennedy Wilson has secured €110 million in green loans from AIB to fund more than 13,000 square metres of recently developed office space at Ten Hanover Quay, 20 Kildare Street and 94 St Stephen’s -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Jan '23

Pat Davitt of Ipav: ‘New land tax could push up the price of Irish homes’

Our worry is that we may be on the path once again of a government policy delivering severe unintended consequences. The Department of Finance says the purpose of the tax is to change the behaviour -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Jan '23

Tech lay-offs and rising interest rates create chilly environment for Irish property investors

Suzie Nolan, head of property fund management at Aviva: “The revaluations on commercial property haven’t been dramatic. Valuations have shifted by a few basis points, but nothing more. It’s been -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Jan '23

Investor demand for Dublin rental properties falls despite surging rents

Owen Reilly has released its annual report on the Dublin residential market based on data from the transactions it undertook in 2022. While supply issues continue and demand remains strong, the agent -  Subscribe
© The Currency 19 Jan '23

Hundreds of isolated apartments, deep-pocketed backers and a five-year horizon: iLiv’s new landlord model

While Ireland is well used to institutional investors purchasing entire apartment blocks, there has been little history here of American-style corporate landlords aggressively competing in the open ma -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 19 Jan '23

Savills: Trends in the prime country homes market

Using the Property Price Register data, we examined prime country home transactions which we have defined as transactions greater than one million euros and located outside of Dublin, the major region -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 19 Jan '23

CBRE Outlook 2023: Irish Real Estate Market Will Continue to Show Resilience in 2023

CBRE today released their comprehensive Outlook 2023 annual report containing their predictions for each sector of the Irish property market in the year ahead. The property consultants say that Irelan -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Jan '23

Argos to close all of its Irish stores

It had highlighted some of the challenges the wider business was facing, including the cost of doing business in Ireland, with high rents among the issues raised along with supply chain challenges ari -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 18 Jan '23

Property price inflation easing but median price of home still six times average income

Annual house price growth slowed for the eighth month in a row in November, new figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show. Residential property prices grew by 8.6 per cent compared to t -  Subscribe
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