Ph: 086-8135672

    E-Mail Us

SubscribeOutside Hours...

Subscribers' Login


Need an account? Find out more


Our NEWS section is the most comprehensive publication on the business of property in Ireland, keeping our trade readers fully informed on all developments in the property business and among their competitors.

It gathers together in one place all reports on the market, and goes into much greater detail than does the consumer press on trade issues of interest to estate agents, developers and other property professionals. It summarises property stories from the media, and provides handy links to the full stories. Occasional indepth features and opinion pieces for a fully developed online property magazine. It also acts as a searchable archive of all property matters down the years.

Continue Tour »

© The Irish Times 14 Dec '18

Nama apologises to O‚??Flynn brothers over leaked information

Nama‚??s lawyers told the High Court on Thursday that the agency ‚??wishes to express its sincere regret to the O‚??Flynns that this should have happened‚?Ě, while Mr Farrell‚??s representative also a -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Dec '18

Profits at Savills up 4% to ‚?¨5m on 2017 turnover of ‚?¨46.7m down from ‚?¨47.8 m in 2016

Pretax profit grew 4.16 per cent to ‚?¨5 million in 2017 from ‚?¨4.8 million the previous year, aided by a fall in the company‚??s costs to ‚?¨41.7 million from ‚?¨43.1 million over the same time peri -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Dec '18

New builds account for less than 8% of social homes

Figures released by the Department of Housing show just 601 were built across the Dublin region, the area of greatest social housing need. A total of 18,781 ‚??additional housing solutions‚?Ě have -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Dec '18

Dublin renters paying ‚?¨156 more a month than last year: Residential Tenancies Board

Despite the imposition of price controls across much of the country in 2016, rents continue to rise by double-digit percentages across the cities of Dublin, Limerick and Waterford, the figures from th -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Dec '18

DEAL: Kelly Walsh sells portfolio of creches for ‚?¨7.2m

Most of the creches are located in south Dublin, with one in Wicklow. These are Park Academy at Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford; Tullyvale in Cherrywood; Eden Gate Centre in Greystones; The Park in Ca -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Dec '18

Irish Life set to get planning permission to redevelop Hume House

Irish Life looks set to obtain planning permission to redevelop its Hume House office block on Pembroke Road in Dublin 4. Its latest proposal seeks to increase the size of the permitted development -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 11 Dec '18

Hines ‚?¨1.1bn spend on 3,000 apartments: Thousands of new homes in scheme - but none for sale

Hines plan to build 1,269 apartments in Cherrywood town centre to the south of the capital, the first of a total of 3,000 they intend constructing in Dublin at a likely cost of ‚?¨1.1 billion. The -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Dec '18

Housing Minister wants shift to longer-term rental leases

What is needed is a shift in the mindset that sees renting as short term. Given that they are looking for long-term returns, institutional landlords such as Hines and APG could be the ones to bring th -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Dec '18

Luas Cross City leads to property price jumps in Dublin 7

‚??It‚??s had a huge effect,‚?Ě said Ciaran Jones, manager of DNG Phibsboro. ‚??The question [from perspective buyers] is: where is the Luas?‚?Ě Paul Lappin of Lappin Estates in Phibsborough said ther -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 10 Dec '18

Tech firms dominate Dublin office space take-up

And while Savills believes this year will be a record-breaking year for office take-up, 2019 is expected to be a tighter year for new supply. New office completions of 210,000 sq m will be delivere -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 10 Dec '18

Una Mullally: Dublin council may waste a golden opportunity in the Liberties

I wonder is it a coincidence that these two super-depots are proposed for two of the poorest areas in Dublin? I wonder how you‚??d get on proposing a super-depot in Ranelagh? -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 10 Dec '18

Housing demand boosts construction activity in November

The latest Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers‚?? Index (PMI) said the greater rate of activity stemmed from an increase in customer demand. ‚??Panellists attributed this to an overall inc -  Subscribe
© Business Post 09 Dec '18

[Needs SBP sub] Karl Deeter: Council flats: Rip them up and start again

In Dublin, some of the finest real-estate locations have a common type of housing: council-owned flats. They are often located in prime locations within walking distance of the best amenities. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 09 Dec '18

[Needs SBP sub] Summit finds hint of brighter future amid housing crisis

The consensus among ths Sunday Business Post property summit speakers is that the solution lies in increasing urban density - which means changing traditional mindsets -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 09 Dec '18

Scrapping height limits will change our landscape, but it won't end housing crisis

The real barrier to apartment construction is cost, with an October 2017 report from the Society of Chartered Surveyors noting it was cheaper to build a three-bed semi-detached house than an apartment -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 09 Dec '18

Death of the semi-D as height limits scrapped guided by the National Planning Framework

Limits on the height of buildings have been abolished in all cities and large towns in a radical redrawing of our planning laws. The new building heights will be in stark contrast to the traditional s -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 09 Dec '18

Maxol given green light to build 90 homes in place of station at Beach Road in Sandymount

Objectors cited problems with the design of the building and the effect it would have on the "integrity of the neighbourhood". They also raised concerns that it would overlook other properties. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 09 Dec '18

Planners reject appeal by Nama receivers involving Player Wills site

Planners have rejected an appeal challenging Dublin City Council‚??s decision to class a prime development site as vacant, leaving State assets agency Nama facing an estimated ‚?¨3 million in levies. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 09 Dec '18

The ‚??sweat equity‚?? comeback of a flamboyant businessman: Johnny Ronan

Then there is the snarling, aggressive combatant, the Ronan who could get into a fight in a phonebox. Ronan regularly clashed with his commercial opponents, in the courts and in the press. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 07 Dec '18

Paddy McKillen Jr‚??s Oakmount gets go-ahead for 55 Mount Merrion development

The site and an adjoining site, which already has planning permission for 48 apartments and 3,035 square foot of office accommodation, are for sale with Knight Frank, with a guide price of more than ‚ -  Subscribe
Results Page: First <Previous <<1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 >> Next> Last