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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 17 Aug '23

Housing policy may be ‘incentivising’ urban vacancy, Trinity College report finds

The current planning, development and finance models enabled large-scale private sector development and were less equipped to facilitate the use of smaller sites, resulting in “patchwork forms of ur -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Aug '23

Up to €8bn may be diverted from new sovereign wealth fund for home-building

Plan involves agency establishing panel of five or six private developers with whom it would work on specific construction projects. The money would go to the State-controlled Land Development Agency -  Subscribe
© RTE 15 Aug '23

Is there an office property crunch coming?

Landlords have been creating more attractive "destination" hubs designed for a generation of workers who come into the office less regularly, and want them to be places to meet, socialise and collabor -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Aug '23

Developers lose dozens of appeals against new tax on vacant housing sites

Such rulings will have implications for developers Cairn, Glenveagh, Castlethorn, Quintain, O’Flynn Group, Hammerson, Hibernia, Kelland, Ardstone, Bovale and many others. All have appeals pending af -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Aug '23

Iput faces opposition to Earlsfort Terrace development plans

Mr Manahan claims the replacement building “is excessive and results in a gross overdevelopment of the site”. He also argues that “the proposal based on its size, configuration and proximity to -  Subscribe
© 14 Aug '23

Why Ireland’s biggest private landlord is struggling - despite average rents of €1,800 a month

Analysts estimate the value of Ires’s properties could fall by 10% by the end of 2024, meaning it would be in danger of breaking this limit. To prevent this, Ires moved into ‘sell’ mode to ge -  Subscribe
© Business Post 14 Aug '23

Changing climate: How going green and sustainable has become a big draw for tenants

Aviva Life & Pensions found that companies are willing to pay higher rents for greener properties -  Subscribe
© RTE 14 Aug '23

Decline in construction activity in July - BNP Paribas Real Estate

John McCartney, Director & Head of Research at BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland, said the decline in activity will not impact the Government's housing targets this year. Speaking on Morning Ireland, -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 14 Aug '23

No obstacles to 80% of unstarted Dublin housing projects

In the new Planning and Development Bill, a great deal of focus has been put on the judicial process around planning permissions as current legislation is seen to permit large numbers of objections an -  Subscribe
© 13 Aug '23

An Bord Pleanála rejected the application by Cairn Homes Properties to develop the scheme of 305 new housing units in Carrickmines.

Given the limited availability of services for the site and the established character of the area, the board said the plans by Cairn Homes would represent a material contravention of the council’s p -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Aug '23

Dublin City Council signs off on 636-home Milltown scheme despite local opposition

The city council has given the green light to Ardstone subsidiary Sandford Living Ltd’s 636-unit large scale residential scheme (LRD) application for Milltown Park, Sandford Road, Dublin, despite st -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Aug '23

H&M says goodbye to Dublin city centre store

H&M, due to be one of the anchor tenants at the reopened Clerys on Dublin’s O’Connell Street, has shut its outlet on South King Street. H&M had been occupying an ambitious 1,670sq -  Subscribe
© Business Post 13 Aug '23

Zoom recalls staff to office as firms turn off remote working

The video conferencing giant boomed because of lockdowns but the firm that became the flagship for the hybrid model has now asked employees to return in person -  Subscribe
© The Currency 11 Aug '23

WeWork has about two months of cash left. What next for Irish tenants and landlords?

Losing money is nothing new to WeWork. The company has lost a cumulative $16.8 billion since it was set up. But the latest incarnation of WeWork is meant to be able… -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 11 Aug '23 Rental Report Q2 2023: Supply and demand on show once more

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> Last August, there were just 23 homes available to rent in Dublin City Centre. This August 1st, there were over 100. That is still far too low for a city of Dublin's size -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Aug '23

Tenant notices of termination increase to more than 5,700 in second quarter after eviction ban ends

According to the RTB, the majority of landlords in the second quarter (3,633 or 63 per cent) cited their intention to sell the property as their reason for issuing the notice. That is in excess of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Aug '23

Savills reports ‘significant’ drop in Irish revenues as group profits plummet

This was led by a slide in turnover at its transaction advisory business, which includes commercial and residential property deals, with revenue down by a fifth overall. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 10 Aug '23

Capital Oil couple aim to build apartment block in Mount Merrion, Dublin

The couple behind Capital Oil has applied for permission to build an apartment block on Foster’s Avenue in Dublin – one of the most exclusive locations in the country. The project will involve de -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Aug '23

Developer CWTC Multi-Family ICAV can appeal against strike-down of permission at Holy Cross seminary site in Drumcondra

A partner fund of developer Hines received fast-track approval in November 2021 to build its €602 million build-to-rent scheme on the site of the former Holy Cross seminary on Clonliffe Road in Drum -  Subscribe
© RTE 08 Aug '23

Derelict Ireland? Why so many of our properties lie empty

Dr O’Connor believes the vacant home tax of 0.3% annually is a positive step but says it’s too low, arguing it should be 3% or perhaps as high as 5%. -  Subscribe
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