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© Irish Independent 18 Sep '18

Colm McCarthy: Why councils are unable to tackle housing

Putting local councillors and planning officials in the driving seat has failed and the Government's new plan is hostage to the same people. If the goal is the resolution of the housing crisis, it is -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Sep '18

Letter to Times re dereliction: the Built Heritage Investment Scheme & the Living City Initiative

DONOUGH CAHILL: Now is the time for relevant government departments and local authorities to actively work together in generating greater awareness of financial incentives for the restoration of histo -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Sep '18

Fintan O’Toole: It is insane to look to developers to solve housing crisis

Nama said that “if the receiver for the project had decided that the best way to maximise the value of the asset was through an open sale process . . . the agency was powerless to intervene”. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Sep '18

How high can they go? Six factors affecting Irish house prices

“Are there any warning signs? I don’t think so. It seems to be that we’re in for a period of continued price and rent inflation,” says John McCartney, director of Savills Ireland Research. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Sep '18

New agency in talks with State bodies to find sites for 7,000 homes

John Coleman, the agency’s interim chief executive, confirmed it was in talks with several Government bodies on acquiring sites for 7,000 homes. This second group will make up the 10,000 dwellings t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Sep '18

Investors with €5bn to spend eye up Irish rental sector

In a new analysis by CBRE Research of the so-called “build-to-rent” sector, which comprises the development of properties specifically for the rental market, the authors note that the sector has b -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Sep '18

Government policy making housing crisis worse, expert claims

The Government’s policy to promote more student housing, for instance, had merely “hiked up” site values, making it too expensive to build traditional apartments, which had resulted in more lops -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Sep '18

Development at St Anne’s Park halted: ‘I danced around the kitchen’

“I danced around the kitchen,” she says of the decision which has, at least for now, put a halt to the construction of 104 houses and 432 apartments proposed by Crekav Trading, a part of developer -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Sep '18

McGraths seek permission for 303 homes instead of retail in Palmerstown, west Dublin

McGrath Property Group's decision to switch to residential may see other developers follow the example, especially those with sites which have planning permission for suburban retail projects. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Sep '18

Office boom gives way to growth in new home building: Construction Information Services (CIS)

The number of office, retail and commercial property projects which started on-site fell 20pc to 220 and slightly smaller falls were seen in the numbers of these types of projects granted planning per -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Sep '18

€300m in shopping centre sales in train

The growing pattern of shopping centre sales comes at the same time as Sigma Retail Partners continue to work on plans for the flotation of Ireland's first retail Reit (real estate investment trust). -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Sep '18

Emmet O'Neill's 71-bedroom hotel at Donnybrook Road faces appeals to planning

The businessman now faces a fresh challenge to building the hotel after two appeals were lodged to An Bord Pleanala against the granting of Kouchin's planning permission. The two appellants are Don -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Sep '18

Murphy could stop housing delays with stroke of pen, conference told

Lord Mayor of Cork Mick Finn" “The Minister can decentralise powers to progress developments locally by cutting the bureaucracy that currently strangles the procurement process . . . and he can do s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Sep '18

State continues to demolish viable housing stock instead of repairing it

A 1999 study, by Prof Tony Fahey and others, of what makes for success or otherwise on council estates concluded that the social quality of an estate is a bigger influence on its success or desirabili -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Sep '18

Land Development Agency: developers look to be the big winners

As one industry commentator put it: “There’s no way a developer in Dublin right now can afford to build affordable homes.” The developers look to be big winners here. They’ve watched land p -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Sep '18

How Ireland’s property crisis is affecting the real economy

In 1980, housing accounted for just 7 per cent of household expenditure in the Republic. By 2016, this had increased to 20 per cent, equating to an estimated €52 billion annually, figures from the C -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Sep '18

Richmond assembles second Foxrock site on Stillorgan Road for development

To build a 48-unit apartment scheme on the Aberdour site, to be known as Granville Hall, but the addition of Roselawn’s 0.54-acre site will, presumably, enable the developer to enlarge the proposed -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Sep '18

New State agency to free up land for ‘150,000 homes over 20 years’

The areas to be identified by the Land Development Agency are a mix of previously announced schemes and new zones. The Government says the agency will pave the way for the construction of 150,000 home -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 12 Sep '18

Planning permission a ‘game-changer’ for Cork quays

Cork City Council has approved a planning application for a €125m office development, Penrose Dock on Penrose Quay, spanning 250,000 sq ft across two buildings. Proposed by John Cleary Developments, -  Subscribe
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