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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.

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© The Irish Times 04 Jul '19

‘People are not spending their money here’: The slow recovery of Naas

A Dunnes Stores food hall is set to open in the middle of the Main Street in August, which has the potential to bring a lot of business back into the town, she adds. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Jul '19

Development around Naas has led to ‘weak town centre’ – watchdog

The Office of the Planning Regulator (OPR) has expressed concern that the draft Naas Local Area Plan (LAP) 2019-2023 is continuing and intensifying the trend of the development of a “peripheral arc -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Jul '19

Karlin Lillington: How Silicon Docks is killing Dublin

We lurch ever closer to the unwanted example of San Francisco, a renowned city now struggling with problems greatly exacerbated by the poorly planned-for expansion of the tech sector. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Jul '19

Former orphanage reinvented as co-living space – called The Orphanage

The central portion of the original property is being marketed by letting agent Brady & McCarthy as “The Orphanage, a luxury co-living residence”comprising four fully-furnished private suites and -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Jul '19

McKillen jnr backers, GreenOak, lend €80m into Ireland in first six months of 2019

Paddy McKillen jnr’s Oakmount has arguably been its most prominent Irish client to date, having drawn down six loans from the lender within the past two years for its various projects. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Jul '19

JLL says total investment spend in 2019 could eclipse €4.6bn record

Hannah Dwyer: “Volumes over €2 billion [in the first half of this year] are encouraging and mark a particularly strong start to the year. This activity was driven by larger-sized deals, with appro -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Jul '19

DEAL: South Korean investor to acquire Bishop’s Square for €180m-plus

Taking the Kevin Street property’s €180 million guide price as a benchmark, IGIS could expect to secure a net initial yield of 4.04 per cent based upon its current rent roll of €7.881 million. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Jul '19

Palmerston Road couple lose Nama action over €32m loans

A Nama agent said he questioned how “optically” it would look to the taxpayer if Nama was to allow Mr Morrissey and his family remain there while owing Nama more than €25 million in residual deb -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Jul '19

DEAL: GAA agrees €95m deal with Dublin archdiocese for Clonliffe lands; Ballymore, Hines and Marlet compete

The archdiocese of Dublin is to receive around €95 million from the GAA in return for 19.12 acres it owns on the site of the old Holy Cross seminary in Drumcondra, Dublin. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Jul '19

Housing development at Bulloch Harbour in Dalkey gets go-ahead by An Bord Pleanála

Bartra Property, after a protracted planning struggle, has received permission to build a number of housing units at Bulloch Harbour in Dalkey. It will consist of three three-storey houses, two apa -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jul '19

Proposed Balgriffin housing development of 96 homes to be fast-tracked in Commercial Court

Mr Dalton argues the board erred in law in determining he was not the appellant in respect of the appeal lodged by him against the council permission. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jul '19

Press Up seeks to add 54 bedrooms to Clarence via the adjacent Dollard House

A spokeswoman for the Press Up group said on Monday the application was being made now “as we are excited to further expand the business and have no reason to delay”. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jul '19

Collison brothers discussed housing issues with Department of Finance

"We think broad policy change will make the most meaningful ... difference in the state’s housing crisis, by allowing developers to build more housing – specifically lower-cost, higher-density hou -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jul '19

Dermot O'Leary of Goodbody: Central Bank loan rules are vital so State really must stimulate less-expensive supply

Those limits have set the level of home ownership below where the Government – and, ultimately, voters – would like it to be. Ironically, the effectiveness of the Central Bank is stopping the Gove -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jul '19

Sherborough Enterprises gains control of board of defective Cathedral Court apartment block

Mr Beggan has continuously questioned the rationale behind charging private owners for the remediation work rather than pursuing the developer first, but his efforts have been stymied by Sherborough, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Jul '19

Rent pressure zones: 19 new locations across State added

The areas involved are Ardee, Arklow, Athenry-Oranmore, Athlone (Westmeath side), Dundalk-Carlingford and Dundalk-South, Fermoy, Gorey, Gort-Kinvara, Graiguecullen-Portarlington, Kells, Kilkenny, Lime -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 01 Jul '19

CBRE Bimonthly: Strong H1 in commercial property sector but H2 could be even better in some sectors

CBRE Ireland today released their latest bimonthly property market report for July 2019. According to CBRE, the Irish commercial property market experienced a very busy first half in 2019, with severa -  Subscribe
© Business Post 01 Jul '19

[NEEDS SBP SUB] Karl Deeter: The Central Bank can’t claim the credit

Could it be that the market is actually, for once, getting some normal relationship between supply and demand? I had a chat with my friend John McCartney, who is the director of research at Savills an -  Subscribe
© Business Post 01 Jul '19

[NEEDS SBP SUB] The fairest prices of them all? Dublin goes head to head with other European cities

The average Dublin home measures 161.8 square metres: with the Q2 2019 average house price sitting at €456,000, that’s a cost per square metre of €2,818. That might sound like a lot of money for -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 01 Jul '19 Q2 2019 Property Report in association with Davy

The report found that asking prices for newly-listed properties nationally increased by €5,000 in Q2, while they rose by just €2,000 in Dublin. This was the weakest second-quarter gain in the capi -  Subscribe
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