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© RTE 23 May '24

Ex-president's whistleblower claim against IPAV resolved

A statement agreed between the parties, provided to the press this afternoon, states: "IPAV and Mr Gerry Coffey have resolved all and any issues between them and endeavour to put the recent period of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 May '24

DEAL: Fashion retailer Folkster to open in former McCullough Pigott shop on South William Street

The company is understood to be paying a combined initial rent of €103,000 per annum for the property, which extends to 278.6sq m (2,999sq ft). The rent for the retail portion of the premises works -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 May '24

Housing Commission report suggests underlying housing deficit of up to 256,000 homes

A leaked report from the Housing Commission has called for a massive ramping up of the State’s involvement in the housing sector, arguing a State “funding anchor” is needed for fundamental and s -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 23 May '24

The Land Development Agency (LDA) announces planned delivery of 392 apartments in partnership with Quintain Ireland at The Crossings, Adamstown

The scheme consists of 9 studios, 189 one-bedroom apartments, 185 two-bedroom apartments and 9 three-bedroom apartments across 3 blocks ranging in height from 5 to 9 storeys. The LDA apartments a -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 May '24

Agricultural lands in urban areas must now be rezoned for housing

The key aspect of this proposal involves prioritising the rezoning of agricultural lands that are serviced by existing urban infrastructure (including amenities, utilities, and transportation) or are -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 May '24

Stripe said to be considering taking 100,000sq ft at LinkedIn’s EMEA campus, Wilton Park

It is understood that Stripe has already indicated that it does not intend to renew its lease on its current Dublin headquarters at the One Building on Lower Grand Canal Street, once that agreement ex -  Subscribe
© Business Post 22 May '24

Irish Property Owners’ Association urges politicians to end failed measures adding to burden on strained rental sector

The Irish Property Owners’ Association, IPOA, has issued a stark warning that the continuation of rent pressure zones (RPZs) and indefinite tenancies will further constrict Ireland’s already strai -  Subscribe
© Business Post 22 May '24

Colm Lauder: Ireland needs to get real on need for private investments in social housing

Watchers of the Irish housing market will see parallels in the situation here with the criticisms levelled by a Westminster parliamentary committee at the UK government’s current approach to meeting -  Subscribe
© Business Post 22 May '24

Top developers fear Sinn Féin’s ‘radical’ plan will stall housing

Senior executives at Quintain, Hines, Ballymore and other housebuilders have raised significant concerns that the delivery of new homes could be slowed dramatically if “radical” policies, as promi -  Subscribe
© 22 May '24

Ireland is not a country where house prices are meant to fall

Ireland is roughly two-thirds homeowners, one-third renters. Of that home-owning group, their house is by far their most valuable asset. Figures published recently by a Central Bank researcher foun -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 May '24

Planning retention refused for Grafton Street souvenir shop

In refusing planning permission to Fashionflo Investments Ltd for planning retention for the Seasons of Ireland souvenir shop at 111 Grafton Street, the council also concluded that the retention of th -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 22 May '24

Irish Rental Report Q1 2024 |

RONAN LYONS: The figures in this latest Rental Report give both some good news and some fresh reasons for concern. The good news relates to the significant slowdown in inflation while the conc -  Subscribe
© Business Post 22 May '24

O’Flynn proposal for Housing Commission to set new delivery targets rejected

The expert group was expected to recommend that the state’s current target of an average of 33,000 homes a year over the ten-year period to 2030 was inadequate and the true need was in excess of 60, -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 May '24

Residents of Malahide ‘millionaires row’, Abington, lose planning battle over new development

This follows An Bord Pleanála granting planning permission to a Hollybrook Homes subsidiary, Kinwest Ltd, for the construction of 91 homes on the grounds of Auburn House at Little Auburn and Streamst -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 May '24

Office owners face €7bn bills to bring properties in line with new EU environmental standards, says Savills

The firm maintains that the European Green Deal, meant to effectively eliminate greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, requires that offices reach at least a B energy rating. Savills calculates that upgrad -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 May '24

House prices take off even as supply increases

The latest residential property price index from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) indicated that prices rose at an average rate of 7.3 per cent in the 12 months to March this year. This was the sev -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 May '24

DEAL: Liberty IT signs for penthouse offices at One Le Pole Square

Developer Padraic Rhatigan has secured Liberty IT as tenants for the sixth-floor penthouse offices at One Le Pole Square on a 10-year lease. The Irish Times understands that Liberty have agreed to pay -  Subscribe
© Business Post 16 May '24

Michael O’Flynn backs Cairn chief on housing delivery

Ireland’s construction sector is capable of delivering 50,000 homes per year at its current staffing levels, according to developer Michael O’Flynn, who said that the belief that a dearth of skill -  Subscribe
© Business Post 16 May '24

Greg Kavanagh accused of ‘unhinged bullying’ in planning row over €51m Wicklow project

Oonagh Stokes asserts that she has certain rights of way which Kavanagh was allegedly infringing. She said in High Court filings that she was “genuinely concerned” for her safety and her property -  Subscribe
© RTE 16 May '24

Why we need a new bidding process for buying homes in Ireland

"It is factually the case that our house price volatility is large internationally. In comparison with other common law countries, we probably have the largest volatility of anybody in the last five d -  Subscribe
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