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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 30 Jun '23

Permission granted to LDA for 540 social and cost-rental apartments at St Teresa’s Gardens, Dolphin’s Barn

Just over 70 per cent of the apartments will be cost-rental homes, where the rent is based on the cost of building, managing and maintaining the homes, and not market rates. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Jun '23

KPMG says a reduction in VAT on new homes could boost viability and reduce end-prices for buyers

First on its wish list is a reduction in VAT on new housing. KPMG wants the Government to reduce VAT on the purchase of new homes from the current rate of 13.5 per cent, which it claims would boost vi -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 30 Jun '23

DNG: Annual rate of house price inflation moderates further in year to June 2023 as first time buyers dominate the market

According to the latest residential market review from leading property advisors DNG, the annual rate of house price inflation continued to ease during the first half of the year. At a national level -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Jun '23

Financial storm bears down on US commercial real estate

“I am not sure people have come to terms with how long the storm will hover and how much damage it will do,” said Scott Rechler, president of RXR, one of New York’s largest developers, likening -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Jun '23

HSBC move to downsize London headquarters rocks UK commercial property market

HSBC’s move to ditch its 45-floor Canary Wharf tower in favour of a much smaller development in central London is one of the most visible examples yet of an office downsizing trend that is rocking c -  Subscribe
© 29 Jun '23

German investor closing in on €50m deal for Dublin docklands office at Central Quay, on Britain Quay

MEAG is understood to be closing in on the purchase for about €50 million of a prime office investment in Dublin’s south docklands from Hibernia Real Estate Group (formerly Hibernia Reit). -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Jun '23

Rents up by 7.6% for new tenancies as affordability crisis spreads across the State

The Residential Tenancies Board’s figures for the last quarter of 2022 show new rents growing fastest in areas that are not the subject of the zones. In such areas, rents can increase by no more -  Subscribe
© RTE 29 Jun '23

Revenue require info from tenants on overseas landlords under new system

"Prior to this change, a landlord's agent would have been responsible for collecting the rents, paying over the tax but they were also the chargeable person - they were on the hook essentially for the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Jun '23

Local opposition halts plan for 30-bed guesthouse extension to Dalkey pub

The Dalkey Community Council said that while it welcomed the proposed development at the Queen’s as Dalkey currently lacked guest accommodation, it expressed concern about its “overbearing nature -  Subscribe
© 28 Jun '23

Residents object to proposed sound barrier at Portobello Wetherspoons 'taller than Berlin Wall'

In one of six objections lodged against the planned sound barrier, Willoughby further contends that if allowed “a proposal of this size, scale and type is extremely damaging to our built heritage” -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Jun '23

RGRE Devco 4 Ltd gets green light for Cherrywood apartments

A Johnny Ronan firm has secured planning permission for a mixed use scheme for the Cherrywood Special Development Zone (SDZ) in south Dublin that includes 481 so-called build to rent apartments. -  Subscribe
© The Currency 26 Jun '23

Loss, upheaval and uncertain times: Inside the Cosgrave Group

For 40 years, the Cosgrave brothers worked collaboratively to build a real estate and business empire. Unlike many of their peers they walked out the front door of Nama in 2020. But shifting markets, -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 26 Jun '23

Mark Keenan: We can end Ireland’s housing crisis if we want to, the issue is that we choose not to do so

Government has tweaked and fumbled and adjusted minor aspects of housing without actually getting properly stuck in and addressing the elephant in the room, knocking us about for 10 years -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Jun '23

Cork developer Bridgewater Homes buys site in Bishopstown for €10.2 million from rival developer Ardstone Homes

The Waterfall Road scheme will comprise 136 houses, 99 apartments, and 40 duplexes across a “diverse range” of options, the company said in a statement, in addition to a new creche and a number of -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 26 Jun '23 Irish House Price Report Q2 2023: Are prices rising or falling? Yes

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> This does not mean that agents were out when advising their clients ‐ indeed, research suggests the opposite: controlling for a property's location and size, the point- -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Jun '23

Seán O’Leary MIPI: Normalising ‘go-away money’ creates whiff of sulphur around what should be open process

It should be an aberration that individuals would seek to use a cherished (and, in an international context, almost unique) part of our planning system, the third-party appeal, or the associated threa -  Subscribe
© Business Post 25 Jun '23

Cathal Daughton, Lisney: Housing, planning and land issues are a historic plague in Ireland

The housing crisis can be cured with a strong dose of common sense policies, starting with reducing the high risk associated with obtaining planning permission on greenfield sites -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Jun '23

Cantillon: Where are new rental homes going to come from?

Nama is saying clearly that institutions are now shying away from the market. Alongside an exodus of more established smaller-scale landlords, it raises the question of just who is going to fund const -  Subscribe
© RTE 24 Jun '23

DEAL: An Post moves headquarters from GPO to new premises at EXO Building on North Wall Quay

Around 900 staff, who had been based at the iconic building on O'Connell Street, have transferred to the EXO Building on North Wall Quay. An Post has leased five floors of the 17-storey premises be -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Jun '23

Construction to expand despite domestic and external challenges

The March PMI did show inflation easing, meaning the actual rate of price increases slowed, rather than stopped or turned around. CIF's Tom Parlon says cement prices rose 27.5 per cent over the past y -  Subscribe
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