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© The Property Week 26 May '22

Savills Research: Ireland Investment Market, Q1 2022

Despite headwinds in the form of growing global inflation, €762m was invested in the Irish property market in the first quarter of the year. Whilst this represents a fall of 38% on 2021’s l -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 25 May '22

Will AI replace estate agents, wonders Amber Young of RE/MAX

Is digital innovation poised to take over the estate agent's job at some stage, wonders Amber Young of RE/MAX.Computers, digitalisation and the internet have revolutionised how we interact with the wo -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 25 May '22

IPUT Real Estate appoints Marie Hunt as Head of Research

IPUT Real Estate, Ireland’s leading property company and the largest owner of offices and logistics assets in Dublin, announces the appointment of Marie Hunt to the newly created role of Head of -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 May '22

Department of Education objecting to 1,700 more homes over school place concerns

It emerged on Monday that the department was objecting to 1,007 apartments in Baldoyle, north Dublin, because it had tried and failed to secure a site for a secondary school. It made the same argum -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 May '22

DEAL: Private Irish investor acquires 47 Merrion Square for €5.69m through Colliers

Number 47 Merrion Square and its associated mews at 47 Stephen’s Place are occupied in their entirety by NewsWhip Media Ltd under two coterminous leases, with 3.7 years unexpired. In annual rent 47 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 May '22

DEAL: The Star Stone Property Group pays €12.5m for High Street Ashbourne

The price paid represents a 9 per cent premium on the €11.5 million price that agent Cushman & Wakefield had been guiding when it offered the investment to the market in May of last year. The scheme -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 May '22

Over 700 objections lodged against €466m Dundrum apartment ‘concrete jungle’

The controversial “fast track” scheme by subsidiary of the UK property group, Dundrum Retail GP DAC, includes a “landmark” 16-storey apartment block at the northernmost point of the site. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 May '22

Planning regulator declines council invite to discuss build-to-rent orders

Owen Keegan said the “over-dominance” of BTR schemes in Dublin has become “unsustainable” with the potential to have “significant long-term adverse impacts on the housing needs of the city -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 May '22

Limited risk of another housing bubble in Ireland, says European Commission

The economy requires major intervention to become more sustainable and bring down net greenhouse gas emissions per capita that are 80 per cent higher than the EU average, “which will require signifi -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 May '22

Demand continues to grow for flexible office space

The latest Colliers report on the flexible office market, entitled Flexpansion 2021, suggests that occupiers can expect to see an increase in location choices and enhanced specification in the flexibl -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 May '22

Where it’s at: Do your homework on your new house’s location

What separates a house from a home is location. If you’re looking for a place to call home, serious research on your new location is worthwhile -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 May '22

An Bord Pleanála’s Hyde inquiry to focus on 200 planning cases

An Bord Pleanála’s internal investigation into planning decisions made by Paul Hyde, the deputy chairman of the authority, will be focused on up to 200 cases amid growing political pressure to revi -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 May '22

Buyers can flip state-backed apartments and keep profits

A clause in the new €450 million state subsidy plan for developers will allow people who purchase apartments through the scheme to pocket as much as 80 per cent of any profit from a quick resale if -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 May '22

Fearghal O'Connor: State is likely to need twice the 30,000 target of new homes a year, Nama warns

To reduce the quantum of land zonings to reflect such a reduction would result in serviced land being unavailable for development which is not in the public interest, particularly at a time of surging -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 May '22

Gabrielle Monaghan: Could property have a soft landing this time around?

The past 12 months have proved a nightmare for would-be first-time buyers, with the housing market heating up at a rate not seen for more than half a decade... Is history repeating itself, with anothe -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 May '22

Conor Skehan: Why house prices will rise at slower pace for two more years

Interest rates will double, if not treble, while there will be increasing housing stock availability (mostly to rent), as well as declining discretionary spending capacity due to inflation.Here in Ire -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 May '22

High demand for Avant mortgages is leading to delays

It is understood that several lenders are currently experiencing delays at various stages of the mortgage process due to high demand from home buyers and switchers, in addition to staffing shortages. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 May '22

Nama clashes with Fingal council over lands with space for up to 7,000 new homes

The State-owned “bad bank” has urged the county council to abandon moves to delay developing the Dunsink lands for the rest of the 2020s by placing them in Fingal’s long-term strategic property -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 May '22

Tax on estimated 137,000 vacant homes to be recommended by Oireachtas committee

The report from the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Housing has said the Government should consider increasing the proposed zoned land tax beyond 3 per cent, “particularly given the current inflationa -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 May '22

Chancerygate and Bridges Fund Management to speculatively develop 14 logistics and warehouse units on Swords Road in Santry

All the units will be available leasehold and once complete, the development will have a gross development value of around €35m. Careys previously used the site for office accommodation and civil -  Subscribe
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