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© The Irish Times 20 May '19

Salesforce engaged in major lobbying to add storeys to Docklands headquarters

“We would respectfully request that you consider providing greater clarity to address any potential confusion or conflict between the guidelines and the SDZs.” “This uncertainty is not helpful, -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 19 May '19

CBRE New Report - The Case For Cork - Rationale for investing In Ireland's second city

CBRE have released a comprehensive new report focussing on the unique attributes of Ireland??s second largest city Cork, which is fast gaining prominence and generating interest from occupiers &a -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 May '19

Anger from heritage campaigners as 19th-century distillery building is knocked down

Property firm Linders of Smithfield was granted planning permission by Dublin City Council in 2016 but had to keep the limestone facade. Office space will be developed within the 20,000 square metre t -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 May '19

Dan O'Brien: 'The worst of the housing crisis is over'

There appears to be a reluctance to believe that housing problems can be solved. This pessimism has even pervaded some expert quarters. This may be because our public discourse tends towards pessimism -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 May '19

BoI approves ?750m funding to build thousands of new homes

Business banking chief Michael Lauhoff: "A site to be acquired to go into planning permission - that's not within our appetite and we do see that as equity risk. There is a strong appetite out there, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 May '19

Sean Dunne claims Nama forced his improving business into receivership

Sean Dunne has testified in his American civil trial that he was making real progress turning around his troubled property empire when the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) abruptly put his comp -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 May '19

Savills scales back Dublin residential property business

In a statement, employees were told that the company is reviewing its branch network with a view to consolidating all residential operations at its head office on Dublin??s Molesworth Street. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 17 May '19

Weaver Park, Dublin 8 selected as overall winner of the 2019 ??ULI Excellence in Placemaking?? awards

CBRE and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) yesterday evening held an event in the capital to announce the winners of the inaugural ??ULI Excellence in Placemaking?? awards. The awards were esta -  Subscribe
© The Times Ireland 17 May '19

House prices threatened by global weather shift

Sharon Donnery said more extreme weather caused by climate change could result in a collective withdrawal of insurers from ??covering risks that they consider uninsurable?. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 17 May '19

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Delighted and relieved to announce that we now have a state-of-the-art Solid State Drive as the new home for PropertyWeek.ie, website & databases.The migration seems to have gone smoothly this mor -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 17 May '19

New KBC Bank chief says he's ??comfortable?? with Irish share of mortgage market

Peter Roebben, who took up the chief executive post in recent weeks, said the bank added ?216m in lending in the first three months, up 9% from a year earlier, helping to preserve its share of the I -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 May '19

Wynn??s Hotel on Dublin??s Abbey Street gets permission for two-storey extension and revamp

An Bord Pleanála gave the go-ahead for a two-storey extension despite the board??s own inspector recommending refusal after concluding that the development would be contrary to the proper planning a -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 May '19

PORTFOLIO DEAL: Henley Bartra pays ?125m for Dublin and Cork properties

A 34,281 sqm portfolio comprising 11 buildings, development sites and car parks in Citywest & 13,006 sqm in Cork occupied by a wide cross-section of the tech, telecoms, consumer and pharmaceutical sec -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 May '19

Dundrum Town Centre owners oppose Carrickmines retail development

Last month, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown council gave the green light for the 83,996sq m development which includes two supermarkets, 130 residential units and a seven- to eight-screen cinema. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 May '19

Deals and upgrade developments to raise the tone of Temple Bar

A new record rent of ?1m for food and beverage accommodation has been agreed by international entrepreneur Zafar Shah for the ninth and tenth top storeys known as Rooftop Central Plaza, at the redev -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 May '19

Positive outlook for rents and prices but one in four says market has peaked: RICS

Although the majority continue to sense the Irish market is in some stage of an upturn, 28pc feel it has reached a peak. Conducted in conjunction with the SCSI, the Q1 2019 Ireland Commercial Monitor -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 May '19

Paul McNeive: 'Check everything - the new, old world of valuations'

The huge growth in the private rented sector (PRS) is producing some big-ticket valuation work, either for the fund acquiring or for a bank if debt is being raised. There is still an amount of Nama-re -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 May '19

Richard Barrett's Bartra eyes up co-living option for Bradys pub site

The Bradys site is one of four which Bartra has considered for co-living. Bartra's portfolio also includes commercial and leisure properties, as well as other types of residential assets. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 May '19

HOTEL DEAL: European investor to acquire Dublin??s Conrad Hotel for ?118m

The sale of Dublin??s five-star Conrad Hotel is expected to be concluded shortly for around ?118 million. The hotel??s current owners have entered into exclusive talks with European hotel inves -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 May '19

Residential prices return to tentative growth in March: Central Statistics Office

Goodbody chief economist Dermot O??Leary said the increase in stock for sale suggested prices may remain flat over the ??coming period?. Over the medium term, however, ??upward pressure on prices -  Subscribe
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