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© Business Post 26 Mar '23

British property firm, Royalton Group, to seek planning permission for scheme on the grounds of St Vincent’s Hospital, Fairview

A major new development costing over €300 million will see more than 800 apartments built on hospital grounds in Fairview in Dublin 3, as well as the construction of a state-of-the-art mental health -  Subscribe
© Business Post 26 Mar '23

Flight to quality: Why premium retail brands can’t get enough bricks and mortar

As Nike announces a ‘concept’ store in Dundrum and the Chatham & King development off Grafton Street welcomes top-end brands, what does the future of retail look like? -  Subscribe
© Business Post 26 Mar '23

Developers of ‘frozen’ sites to be exempt from residential zoned land tax

Developers who own “frozen” housing land are to be exempted from the new residential zoned land tax. The tax of 3 per cent on the market value of a housing site is designed to put pressure on d -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 26 Mar '23

Pat Phelan’s Sisu cosmetic clinic is planning to open in 20 new locations during 2023

He said that in Ireland, new locations are now sometimes profitable on an operating basis one month after opening. In the US, this is the case after 90 days.Revenues were up 55pc year-on-year from Jan -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Mar '23

Cantillon: Mortgage data tells a sobering tale

Despite the dramatic slump in loan volumes and the fall in overall value, the average loan size in February according to the BPFI data was €291,545, 6.7 per cent more than in the same month last yea -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Mar '23

State’s woefully under-resourced planning system at heart of housing problem

The legislation will introduce mandatory timelines for planning decisions, enforced by penalties; longer-term development plans; and stricter rules around the taking of judicial reviews, a major heada -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Mar '23

DEAL: The Abbey Tavern in Howth sold for €2m - 14% over asking price

While the price paid has not been disclosed, it is understood to be around 14 per cent above the €1.75 million that John Ryan of agent Bagnall Doyle MacMahon had been guiding when he offered it for -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Mar '23

Michael McDowell: State relied on private landlords for years. Now it is turning its guns on them

Tax breaks won’t halt the damage that has been done to lessors of private accommodation by outlawing even four-year leases and substituting permanent tenancies of indefinite duration coupled with te -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Mar '23

John Malone among those seeking exemption from vacant land levy

“Notwithstanding the zoning of this land as residential, it is not the case that the land is being hoarded. [Rather] it is being used for enterprise and employment,” the company said. “Since the -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Mar '23

Clerys developer calls on Government to provide funding for transformation of O’Connell Street in Dublin

Derek McGrath: “It is a core focus for us to bring exceptional occupiers/tenants to this location to create footfall, business, trade, employment and overall, a general physical and social improveme -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Mar '23

Denis O’Brien’s Jepview secures planning permission for extra floors at Grand Canal office blocks

Dublin City Council had already given the green light for a 15-storey and an eight-storey office block in Dublin’s docklands to Mr O’Brien’s Jepview Ltd. Jepview Ltd has secured planning permiss -  Subscribe
© Business Post 19 Mar '23

Why low-rise, medium-density housing would be a game changer for the housing crisis

Tony Reddy, architect and director of Reddy A+U, will make a presentation entitled: Low Rise Medium Density Housing and Viability at the IHBA Housing Summit at Croke Park on Wednesday next, March 22. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 19 Mar '23

I&L sector bucks the trend with strong demand for units of all sizes

Kevin McHugh of Harvey, the industrial property specialists, said the I&L sector has bucked the trend and there are several requirements not alone for small industrial lots but also for very large lot -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Mar '23

Americans lead international buyers in pursuit of high-end Irish homes

“The standout performer for 2022 was the international buyer, predominately the US buyer,” says Roseanne De Vere Hunt, director of Sherry FitzGerald Country Homes, Farms and Estates, -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 Mar '23

Cuckoo funds and the State snap up 42pc of new homes as first-time buyers feel the squeeze

Cuckoo funds, local authorities, and State-backed housing charities have all stepped up their home-purchasing activities, tightening the squeeze on first-time buyers. So-called non-household entities -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Mar '23

House price growth in Ireland is falling, will it turn negative?

Many analysts believe the industry is underestimating the impact of these higher interest rates and that we will soon see a price correction of some sort. Daragh Cassidy of Bonkers.ie: "“Some of the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Mar '23

Council refuses eight-storey development at Ha’penny Bridge

The council has found that the proposed development constitutes an overbearing, excessive and inappropriate form of development “in the context of the historic setting of the Liffey Quays which is i -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Mar '23

DEAL: Stephen McCarthy’s Minaun Capital pays €20.5m for Wellpark Retail and Leisure Centre, Galway

The scheme has a strong tenant line-up that includes Woodies, Lidl, Homestore & More, DFS furniture and Petmania, with Boots currently fitting out its new unit. The five-star G Hotel did not form part -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Mar '23

Mel Sutcliffe’s Quanta Capital completes sale-and-leaseback deals worth €300m

The fund will now receive an additional allocation of €50 million for the purpose of making further acquisitions in the second quarter. “Our intention is to grow the business in Ireland through la -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Mar '23

Construction costs a ‘significant worry’ for delivery of cost-rental homes in Dublin city

There were a large number of reasons the council paid more for housing development, including the nature of the sites, additional facilities and the higher specification required by the council. -  Subscribe
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