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© Irish Examiner 08 Aug '22

ABP granted permission for houses at Old Bakery Site in Phibsborough on which no vacant sites levy paid since 2017

The developer, Bindford Limited, launched a judicial review against Dublin City Council about the decision to place the property on the vacant site list the following July. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 08 Aug '22

DEAL: Becky Morgan’s pub on Grand Canal Street, Dublin 2 sold for over €1.3m

Joint agents John Ryan of Bagnall Doyle MacMahon and John Hughes of CBRE have sold the landmark Becky Morgan’s pub on Grand Canal Street in Dublin 2 after a protracted closing period. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 08 Aug '22

Ballymore boss: ‘I am worried that we are going to run out of developable land in three years’

Patrick Phelan, managing director of Ballymore in Ireland, is optimistic about some aspects of the current housing landscape, including the Dart West project, but concerned that the state’s zoning s -  Subscribe
© Business Post 08 Aug '22

Water and electric shortages threaten delivery of thousands of houses

The delivery of thousands of homes in central Dublin, including most of the 3,800 apartments being developed on the former Glass Bottle site by a Johnny Ronan-led consortium, is at risk due to water a -  Subscribe
© RTE 08 Aug '22

Rise in number of termination notices received by RTB

According to RTB analysis, most landlords are exiting the market because they want to sell their property. During the pandemic, there was a noticeable drop off in the number of termination notices -  Subscribe
© Business Post 07 Aug '22

Barbara Carty: High demand and price rises leading to a vibrant Dublin property market

Property buyers who had been held back due to Covid-19-related restrictions have been on a mission to purchase since the restrictions lifted and in-person viewings returned in May 2021. They have h -  Subscribe
© Business Post 07 Aug '22

Could compulsory purchase orders be a solution for derelict properties?

Louth was once a trailblazer when it came to using compulsory purchase orders to bring vacant buildings back into use, but in recent times the programme has faltered, with no properties acquired this -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 07 Aug '22

Tetrarch wins permission for 266 new homes in Saggart

An Bord Pleanála gave the go-ahead for the company to build 51 houses, 38 duplexes and 177 apartments and a creche at Mill Road in Saggart, close to the Citywest Hotel. The Department of Defence o -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 05 Aug '22

‘Dalkey sur Mer’? How celebrities residing in Dublin coastal village are no strangers to planning disputes

From U2 to Van Morrison, and veteran broadcaster Pat Kenny to film director Jim Sheridan, household names in Ireland are no strangers to rows with their neighbours and planning bodies over issues invo -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 05 Aug '22

Rory Ahern: Naive to think reducing garden size would lead to house price drop

Increased density means higher land prices, and so if land is being sold with higher potential development, it will be more expensive. This will feed into higher house prices. This could be a way for -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Aug '22

How a trawl of Government departments’ property portfolios for housing fell far short of expectations

The results fell far short of expectations, with many departments and agencies offering very few properties, or none at all. At a Cabinet meeting in June, Ministers were sent back to the drawing board -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 05 Aug '22

Irish Life Investment Managers Quarterly Report Q2 2022 Pension Irish Property Fund

Residential transactions accounted for 25% of the investment market in Q2, which is below the average of the past number of years solely due to the inclusion of the Hibernia REIT buyout, which was hea -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 05 Aug '22

Minister Darragh O’Brien receives report on defects in apartment and duplex buildings

Report of the working group reveals between 50% and 80% of the approximately 14,000 apartments and duplexes built in the country between 1991 and 2013 many have issues. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Aug '22

Tetrarch wins permission for 266 new homes in Saggart

An Bord Pleanála gave the go-ahead for the company to build 51 houses, 38 duplexes and 177 apartments and a creche at Mill Road in Saggart, close to the Citywest Hotel. The Department of Defence o -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 05 Aug '22

‘Stark’ figures reveal a fifth of pubs have shut since 2005

A report released yesterday by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (Digi) shows that 1,829 pubs closed between 2005 and 2021. That period covers the rise and fall of the Celtic Tiger era and the subs -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Aug '22

Dublin City Council approves 11-storey hotel on Abbey Street Upper

The 252-bedroom hotel is part of a mixed-use scheme by applicants Abbey Street DevCo Ltd that also includes a 10-storey, 222-bedroom apart-hotel fronting on to Great Stand Street. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Aug '22

Planning permission refused for 12-storey, 633 unit build-to-rent scheme beside Brennan’s bakery in Walkinstown

Steeplefield Ltd had sought permission for four apartment blocks ‘at the former Chadwicks builder’s yard that forms part of the Greenhill industrial estate in Walksintown, Dublin 12. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Aug '22

Glenveagh Properties' plan to solve housing crisis recommends smaller gardens

"When you look at suburban housing, or, say, some of the bigger towns outside of Dublin city — an apartment costing €450,000 to build in one of these towns? Who would be the buyer for it and who c -  Subscribe
© RTE 03 Aug '22

Plans submitted for 'Guinness Quarter'

The plans also include 336 homes, with a mix including one, two, and three bedroom apartments. The scheme includes homes to buy, homes to rent and social homes. The ambition is for the Iveagh Trust to -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Aug '22

Will new rules of long-term tenancies help or hinder renters?

If a landlord has the option of renting to someone in Ireland on a short-term work contract, or potentially on a longer basis, who might they choose? Or will a landlord be predisposed to renting to a -  Subscribe
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