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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 Times Ireland 02 Sep '20

Marlet Property Group wants to expand Dublin development to 600 homes

Last year the firm lodged plans for 543 build-to-rent apartments at the site. Under the new plans, this would increase to 596. The submission was lodged by Atlas GP Ltd, a subsidiary of Marlet, whi -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Sep '20

Housing units in planning system drop by 27% as coronavirus dents activity: Deloitte

The number of housing units in the planning system dropped by 27 per cent in the second quarter as the State went into lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, according to a report by Deloitte. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Sep '20

DEAL: Stoneweg to develop recently acquired 397-unit co-living scheme on Cork St

The Geneva-headquartered group has just acquired seven vacant buildings on Cork Street in Dublin 8 as part of a joint venture. No price has been disclosed for the off-market transaction although indus -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Sep '20

Investment in Dublin private rented sector remains robust in face of Covid-19: Hooke & MacDonald

Some 440 such units with an overall value of €163 million changed hands in the period. New builds accounted for 225 of the units sold, while the remaining 215 units were drawn from existing stock. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Sep '20

Johnny Ronan aims for Dublin’s tallest tower in city’s docklands

Located on 4.6 acres next to the 3 Arena, the Waterfront South Central scheme will, upon completion, comprise hundreds of apartments set within what RGRE describes as a “high-rise, garden village at -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 02 Sep '20

Hotel builds may be cancelled to make way for new homes

Developers set to change plans as they seek to capitalise on demand for housing amid dramatic drop in hotel occupancy, according to report -  Subscribe
© Business Post 31 Aug '20

Daniel O'Connor, JLL: Politicians need to ignore anti-hotel sentiment

If our leaders do not want to be haunted by past errors, they must resist any new hotel development planning restrictions coming into force in the final months of 2020 -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 31 Aug '20

Property prices hold firm despite challenge from pandemic

Research by the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV) shows that for the first six months of the year, prices fell nationally by as little as -0.7pc, reducing the average price to -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 31 Aug '20

Parosi Developments has applied for an eight-storey, 186-bed hotel in Galway.

The company, which is owned by Galway-born Neil Armstrong, said the new hotel, to be located in the Briarhill Business Park, would represent a €35m investment. Should the hotel receive permission, P -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 31 Aug '20

Galway council wants ‘monolithic’ development with 21-storey tower scaled down

The promoters, Seagullpoint, of a €320 million mixed use, urban regeneration development, Augustine Hill, in Galway city centre, which includes plans for a 21-storey tower, have been told to scale d -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 31 Aug '20

New State body required to build homes and tackle housing crisis

The emphasis has to switch to capital spending – building more houses. The most effective way to do this is to establish a national building authority, employing specialised staff, with a singular o -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Aug '20

Raymond Tutty of Savills: Planning rules must be adapted to fit the challenging economic climate

Residents and the economy in general would benefit from a more flexible and fast-moving system for building homes -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Aug '20

Unexpected boom for co-working spaces in capital

Doubts have been raised about the future of the flexible office model during the coronavirus pandemic. In its assessment of the sector, JLL, the real estate advisory firm, estimated that 4,500 co-work -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Aug '20

Bartra could add 100 private homes to O’Devaney Gardens site

The company, controlled by Richard Barrett, has entered consultation with planners with a view to developing 1,053 homes on the publicly-owned site near the Phoenix Park. The original deal for the lan -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Aug '20

Ronan development arm hits back at Dublin City Council over Spencer Dock facility

Ronan Group has hit back at Dublin City Council's claims that its shared living facility in Spencer Dock would provide a "poor standard" of accommodation. Ronan Group has permission in place to develo -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 28 Aug '20

Commercial Vacancy Rate Rises to 13.5%: Geodirectory

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REPORT >>> Vacancy rates increase in three of the four provinces in June 2020 compared with June 2019, but too soon to gauge the full impact of Covid-19 on commercial prope -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 28 Aug '20

Mortgage approvals rose 50% in July: Banking and Payments Federation Ireland

Close to 3,400 buyers were approved for a home loan, a rise of 51pc on the figures for June. But this was still down 30pc on the number approved for a mortgage in July last year, according to the l -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 28 Aug '20

Eason facing legal action from French owner of landmark Galway branch

Little more than a year after agreeing to sell the property for €7.5m in a so called sale-and-lease-back, the case is understood to be an escalation of a rent dispute linked to the devastating effec -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Aug '20

Bartra Capital to spend €130m on four co-living sites in Ballsbridge, Rathmines, Dún Laoghaire and Castleknock

Dr Martin Hogan, who examined the Merrion Road plan for Bartra and determined that the risks of Covid-19 transmission would be lower for residents of the Bartra proposal than for people living in a no -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Aug '20

Time to add morality to the profit motive when building: Damian Flanagan, property investor

A “moral” building was one that made a positive contribution to society and human beings as a whole, not one simply designed to extract as much profit as possible from the people living in them. -  Subscribe
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