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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 Currency 29 Jul '22

Ronan Lyons: How the inflation crisis is choking off next year’s housing supply

As though things weren't bad enough, the spike in inflation has upset the economics of housebuilding. The current level of costs, supply chain disruption and uncertainty is incompatible with Ireland m -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Jul '22

Iput secures largest suburban office letting of 2022 at Carrickmines Park in south Dublin

HSE has signed a 15-year lease on two floors at the Iveagh Building while Thérapie Clinic expands existing operations. HSE was represented by Mark Smyth of MSP Consulting; Iput by Conor Egan of Savil -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 29 Jul '22

Sherry FitzGerald Irish Residential Market Review, Summer 2022

Moderation in house price growth globally ... Increase in number of landlords leaving the rental market ... Decrease in commencement activity ... Watch the video presentation here >>> -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Jul '22

Residential construction surges in first half of 2022

“This activity indicates a strong pipeline of residential properties that we would expect to enter the market in the months ahead,” said GeoDirectory chief executive Dara Keogh. A total of 34,198 -  Subscribe
© 29 Jul '22

€186 million funding approved for new town between Lucan and Clondalkin

Clonburris, a 280-hectare site between Lucan, Clondalkin and the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, is expected to home 23,000 people when completed. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 29 Jul '22

Two major property investment deals worth €60m combined completed in Cork city

Harvey Norman buys retail element of O'Flynn Group-developed Eastgate scheme in Cork for close to €24m as an investment, while a fund spends €114,000 per student bed space in c €40m deal by Muns -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Jul '22

Ballymore lodges plan to develop new urban quarter at Guinness brewery

Called the Guinness Quarter, the plan includes 336 housing units, a hotel, a 300-seat performance space, a food hall and marketplace, commercial works spaces and more than two acres of landscaped publ -  Subscribe
© Other 29 Jul '22

Clyde Real Estate plans approved for almost 200 apartments in Mahon, Cork

Revisions have included a reduction in the number of apartments from 204 to 196 across two blocks rather than three. These apartments will be made up of 90 one-bed units, 69 two-bed units and 37 t -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 28 Jul '22

Rents surge by 9pc as housing crisis worsens

The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) said the national average rent in new tenancies is now €1,460, which is an increase of €46 compared to the last three months of last year. Rents for new te -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 28 Jul '22

Two developers have €13m in Celtic Tiger debt written off in High Court rulings

The High Court has written off more than €13m in debt owed by two Celtic Tiger-era property developers. Ronan Meely, based in Co Roscommon, whose construction and development businesses went into -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 Jul '22

First-time buyers are having to borrow more to secure a home as spending power falls, reports show

The latest figures from the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) show that the average mortgage drawdown by first-time buyers in the second quarter of this year was €263,312, up 13 per cent -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Jul '22

Six reasons to think twice about the new scheme for first-time homebuyers

The aim of First Home is to target middle-income earners who would otherwise be priced out of the market, by boosting what they can afford through the equity stake. In turn, it is hoped, this will lea -  Subscribe
© Other 25 Jul '22

Council investigating 25 vacant Kildare homes reported by members of the public

Kildare County Council is investigating 25 vacant properties which were registered via the website. The website has been developed by Mayo County Council on behalf of the local g -  Subscribe
© The Times Ireland 25 Jul '22

How TikTok is changing the Dublin housing market | Ireland | The Sunday Times

TikTok provides the agent with access to employees in Dublin's tech community, as well as foreign buyers looking into the Irish property market. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 25 Jul '22

Strategic investment made into Ireland’s largest self-storage business

CBRE advised the owners of the business alongside Grant Thornton. Christian Judd, Director, Corporate Finance, Ireland at CBRE added: “This is a benchmark self-storage transaction which has demonstr -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jul '22

An Bord Pleanála rejects plan by Fitzpatricks for house in Greystones

The decision by the board upholds a planning refusal by Wicklow County Council last September for the plans lodged by Mr Fitzpatrick and his wife for a house in the Burnaby Architectural Conservation -  Subscribe
© The Times Ireland 25 Jul '22

Meta freezes move into new Dublin HQ

Meta has paused the fitout of Johnny Ronan’s Fibonacci Square development in Dublin as the social media and tech giant re-evaluates its real estate requirements globally -  Subscribe
© Business Post 25 Jul '22

Best-laid plans: How developers are letting sleeping sites lie

Around the country, an estimated 50,000-80,000 planned homes have failed to materialise in spite of being approved -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 25 Jul '22

Mick Clifford: Apartment defects the latest step in a sorry saga

Mr Fitzpatrick thinks times have changed. “We are in a highly regulated industry today,” he said. “Any levy would question the future viability of many developments needed today.” -  Subscribe
© The Times Ireland 25 Jul '22

More landlords being ordered to bring Dublin properties up to ‘minimum standards’, figures show

Data from Dublin City Council show its environmental health officers (EHOs) issued 2,029 improvement letters to private landlords in the first six months of this year. This is up from 2,098 for all of -  Subscribe
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