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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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© Business Post 04 Sep '23

DAA ‘not in contention’ for Dublin Airport land as rivals table higher bids

Source says some bids ‘well in excess’ of asking price for 260-acre site, which could be worth as much as €210m -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Sep '23

End of an era: Why the IFSC risks turning into a fossil of Ireland’s corporate history

The idea to revitalise it, which Haughey had pilfered for his 1987 general election manifesto from financier Dermot Desmond, was straightforward. The IFSC would be a tax-incentive zone and firms appro -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Sep '23

DEAL: High-end jewellery brand Astrid & Miyu opens first Irish store on South Anne Street

The high-end jewellery brand has agreed a 10-year lease at number 2 South Anne Street, a mid-terrace unit leased from Irish Life Investment Managers (ILIM). The agreement was negotiated on ILIM’s be -  Subscribe
© The Currency 01 Sep '23

Stephen Kinsella: Tax breaks for landlords are a terrible idea. This is why

There is little to no economic logic for giving tax breaks to landlords, and the people who need help – those providing new supply and those in rental accommodation – can be helped in other, more -  Subscribe
© 01 Sep '23

Persian Properties of the Mont Hotel located on Merrion Square in planning row with council over building being painted grey

Council planners claim the painting of the other properties in pale pastel colours in the area, which is located in the city’s historic Georgian core, is well established. They said the result is -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Sep '23

Irish planning system is essentially a multi-stage obstacle course

We appear to have a system where the possibility, however remote, of damage to wildlife now trumps all other environmental considerations, rather than one which carefully evaluates the balance between -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Sep '23

Patrick Freyne: Selling Super Houses and Crazy Rich Agents both feature hope-filled youngsters performing humiliating tasks for business moguls

The real-estate brokers and prospective clients on these shows ask none of the right questions. For example: Could we slap a few pillars up to make it “classy”? I know the kitchen is already huge, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 31 Aug '23

New guidelines may limit households to one parking spot in some developments

The draft guidelines recommend that, for new developments in major cities, parking spots for cars should be kept to a minimum, or potentially eliminated, where there is good public transport links nea -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 31 Aug '23

NTA denies BusConnects will have ‘negative impact’ on value of Nutley Lane properties in D4

The proposed BusConnects scheme will not have a “negative impact” on the value of residential properties on Nutley Lane in Donnybrook, south Dublin and will more than likely “contribute to an in -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 31 Aug '23

Penneys completes €10m revamp of flagship Mary Street store

The high street retailer said the €10 million investment is part of a wider €250 million commitment to overhauling its Irish stores and distribution facilities over the next decade. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 31 Aug '23

Average rent on new tenancies rises by nearly 9% to €1,544 a month

The latest figures from the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) indicate the average rent on new tenancies in Dublin, where demand is strongest, rose by 8 per cent to €2,102 per month. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Aug '23

High inflation and rising interest rates hit market for development land

Lisney report finds €86m in sales recorded in greater Dublin area in first half of 2023 compared to €279m in first half of 2022 -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Aug '23

Firm owned by founders of earns €13.3m in dividend payouts over two-year period

The dividend payout to the Fallons’ DML Capital Ltd was part of an overall €19.49m dividend paid out to shareholders by Distilled Ltd which operates, and -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Aug '23

Small landlords to be offered tax breaks to keep them in rental market, McGrath says

Mr McGrath said he was keen to bring stability to the rental sector as too many landlords have been exiting, reducing the number of properties available. “We have seen too many landlords exit the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Aug '23

Germany set to propose three-year rent freeze

Germany’s ruling Social Democratic party is set to propose a three-year rent freeze across the country, as tenants struggle to cope with the soaring cost of housing in Europe’s largest economy. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Aug '23

IPAV call for ‘unprecedented measures’ to ease housing crisis

“Unprecedented measures” are needed in the upcoming budget to arrest the housing crisis and make home ownership more affordable for younger age cohorts in particular, according to a property indus -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Aug '23

DEAL: Sretaw secures three new tenants for offices at 12 Duke Lane at rents ranging from €538 to €614 per sq m

Eamon Waters' Sretaw PE (Private Equity) has secured three new tenants for its newly-refurbished offices in Royal Hibernian Way. Theratechnologies, Dynamo, and AGF International Advisors Company Ltd -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Aug '23

Cantillon: Anybody buying or selling a house this autumn?

Davy estimated that residential transactions in June and July were settled at about 2 per cent and 2.3 per cent above the asking price respectively. The broker noted that this premium was down from be -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 28 Aug '23

New planning law to speed up developments will be passed by Christmas, says O’Brien

It includes a number of changes designed to accelerate building during the housing crisis, including fines for breaches of mandatory planning deadlines, and placing new limits related to the standing -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Aug '23

Housing commencement notices for last month 22.4% ahead of previous July

Local authorities reported over 500 more homes starting to be built in July of this year than the same month in 2022, new figures from the Department of Housing show.. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County C -  Subscribe
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