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© Irish Independent 05 Mar '21

Paul McNeive: The property researchers

They are often the brightest people in any firm, but are sometimes found in the shadows. To find out more, I researched the researchers. Carlow woman Aoife Brennan is head of research at Lisney. She i -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 05 Mar '21

Cuckoo funds will buy 30pc of Cairn’s output, says CEO

The company said it will deliver 2,500 homes over the next two years. CEO Michael Stanley: “We’re probably going to remain towards 70-odd percent, more, even closer to 80pc private [sales], that i -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Mar '21

DEAL: Aberdeen Standard fund pays €20m for Smithfield apartment portfolio

uilt by Red Rock Developments, the scheme at 19-20 Blackhall Street in Smithfield promises to deliver a steady and reliable return to ASI’s European Long Income Real Estate Fund, as it is being let -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Mar '21

Pandemic triggers spike in demand for single-family homes, CRH chief says

Discussing the likely trends to emerge from the crisis, Mr Manifold said the company had witnessed a big shift on the residential side of the market in Europe and North America in favour of single-fam -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Mar '21

Pandemic triggers spike in demand for single-family homes, CRH chief says

Discussing the likely trends to emerge from the crisis, Mr Manifold said the company had witnessed a big shift on the residential side of the market in Europe and North America in favour of single-fam -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Mar '21

Chawke lodges fast-track plan for 299 apartments on Goat Grill site

Mr Chawke’s Charjon Investments is seeking permission from An Bord Pleanála for a strategic housing development (SHD) scheme of 299 apartments, a 22-bedroom hotel, six retail outlets and childcare -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Mar '21

Property developer Liam Carroll dies aged 70

His success in luring Dell to locate its campus there [Cherrywood] in 2004 arguably sowed the seeds for the €2 billion suburban town US real estate giant Hines and other developers are delivering th -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 03 Mar '21

Government ploughing on with affordable homes scheme – despite what experts say: Colette Browne

Minister Darragh O’Brien flatly denied there had been a notable level of criticism directed at the scheme, other than from the usual suspects. “There hasn’t actually been a lot of criticism, the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Mar '21

DEAL: Targeted Investment Opportunities (TIO) secures Blueface as tenants at North Dock Two

News of the deal follows on from the decision late last year of US biopharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences to take two floors totalling 2,972sq m (32,000sq ft) in the same building. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Mar '21

DEAL: Pax Asset Management signs 10-year lease at €16.25 per sq ft at Maple House Stillorgan

Stephen Noonan, who handled the letting on behalf of BNP Paribas Real Estate, said: “Despite 2020 office take-up being affected by the pandemic, we are seeing very encouraging signs for 2021, with m -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Mar '21

DEAL: The Art of Coffee, Off Beat donut and Bunsen burger chain for Blanchardstown Centre

The Art of Coffee’s unit is its first in a shopping centre and is located at the red mall entrance beside BT2. The new 65sq m (700sq ft) store was added as part of the same development that saw Germ -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Mar '21

Plan for Oscar Traynor housing development in Santry approved by councillors

Councillors on Monday night approved a plan for one of the largest council owned sites in the city which would see 80 per cent of the land used for social and cost rental housing, with 20 per cent res -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 01 Mar '21

CBRE's Bi-monthly report for March

Although transactional activity in some sectors of the commercial property market remains largely stymied for now, other sectors continue to perform well regardless, with evidence of off-market activ -  Subscribe
© Business Post 28 Feb '21

Ross Harris of Sherry FitzGerald New Homes: PRS remains a reliable investment option despite pandemic

Investment for the year overall was robust, reaching an impressive €1.2 billion in 2020. Activity understandably slowed in the opening half of the year in response to the containment measures, but r -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Feb '21

Bank of Ireland prepares to unveil a major reduction in its network next week

The bank is widely expected to announce the closure of between 80 and 100 branches as it reports full-year results on Monday. The company has almost 260 branches, and stands out among Irish banks as n -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Feb '21

Ann-Marie McCoy of Lisney: Loan clause should be removed to stop property sale delays

Both buyer and seller could rely fully on the contract at the point of signing as opposed to sellers having to vacate properties, find temporary accommodation and still wait for transactions to comple -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Feb '21

Developer wins leave to appeal against quashing of permission on Connolly site

Singapore based Oxley Holdings Ltd has secured leave to appeal against an order quashing its permission for a development including 741 build-to-rent apartments on a site at the rear of Dublin’s Con -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Feb '21

O’Flynn Group gets go-ahead for €625m development in Dublin

Dublin City Council has given the O’Flynn Group, led by Cork developer Michael O’Flynn, permission to build 1,123 apartments, a 148-bedroom hotel and commercial units at Southwest Gate on the Naas -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Feb '21

Dublin City Council faces six-year wait to start housing projects

The European Union procurement process accounted for half of the delay, with waiting for approval from the Department of Housing adding to the pre-construction time lag, Mr Bourke told a council housi -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 26 Feb '21

Profit tumbles at Glenveagh, but 950 units sold, signed or reserved for 2021

Stephen Garvey, CEO of Glenveagh: “I believe that the current challenges have broadened the long-term opportunity for the group, with the fall-off in land transactions and commencement activity with -  Subscribe
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