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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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© Irish Independent 03 Nov '23

Paul McNeive: “Use it or lose It” planning clause

It appears the Government is planning to drop the proposed “use it or lose it” planning condition, which would have seen developers losing planning permissions for houses not built in time. In rea -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Nov '23

Heuston masterplan aims to house people along the Liffey at new gateway to Dublin city

CIÉ hasn’t been “sitting on our hands” in the two years since the master plan was published, he says. It has been working with the council, modelling the impact of development and working with -  Subscribe
© Business Post 03 Nov '23

Why the ceiling fell in on WeWork’s Irish plans

That hasn’t meant a death knell for its Irish operation. According to WeWork, the Central Plaza project is still on the cards and, as of September, the latest delivery date has been set as May 2024. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Nov '23

DEAL: Abbey Capital acquires former Hibernian Club at 8 St Stephen’s Green for €16m for new headquarters

The price paid represented a discount of just over 25 per cent on the €20 million agent Cushman & Wakefield had been guiding when it first offered the property for sale last year. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 03 Nov '23

Savills: Warehouse space still in demand in Dublin, even as office market dries up

An 80,000 square foot letting at Magna Business Park in Citywest was the quarter’s top deal, while heating and cooling manufacturer Silent Aire, freight-forwarding company BCS Xpress and Dublin Fire -  Subscribe
© RTE 03 Nov '23

RTB: 4,500 termination notices issued by landlords in Q3

The figure represents a drop of over 1,000 compared to the previous three months when 5,735 notices were issued. In total, 4,518 notices of termination were received by the RTB from July to September. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 02 Nov '23

Hines secures €80m loan from Cheyne Capital for Central Plaza redevelopment

The Dame Street site, formerly home to the Central Bank of Ireland, is being redeveloped as a joint venture between Hines and Peterson Group, the Hong Kong based real estate investment company, after -  Subscribe
© 02 Nov '23

Threshold calls for NCT-style inspections of rental properties over concerns about poor standards

“The reality is that because of the pressures in the private rented sector and because of the number of tenancies ending and the lack of alternative accommodation, many renters may feel that they ca -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 31 Oct '23

Thousands of homeowners could be forced to abandon coastal properties under new national policies

The move comes after the publication of the long-awaited National Coastal Change Management Strategy. It makes a series of recommendations for how Ireland needs to prepare for loss of coastal lands -  Subscribe
© Business Plus 31 Oct '23

Cushman & Wakefield: Obsolescent Offices Could Add 6,000 Homes In Dublin

Ronan Corbett: “We are merely trying to identify in theory what difference widespread repurposing of potentially obsolete office space could potentially make to Ireland’s housing challenges, using -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 31 Oct '23

Margaret Sweeney to step down from Ires REIT after six years as chief executive

"The company has transformed over the last two years, in particular, becoming a fully integrated Irish company led by an experienced team with a market leading operating platform,” Ms Sweeney said. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 31 Oct '23 survey shows borrowing costs and supply concerns dragging on property market

Joanne Geary said the survey shows that interest rate and supply fears had taken over from concerns about energy prices voiced in March. She argued that it is not surprising to see sentiment worsen -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Oct '23

Distress signals from the office market

The seizure of the €100m Beckett Building in Dublin’s East Wall by receivers is seen by many as ‘the canary in the coalmine’ for the commercial property sector -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Oct '23

Profits jump 439% at property developer Rohan Holdings

The directors state that the profits were largely generated by the development and sale of industrial units, strong lettings across the group and refurbishment and sale of residential properties. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Oct '23

Cliff Taylor: And the big winners in this unpredictable housing market are? Developers … again

The risk with demand supports, and particularly the Help-to-Buy scheme — which offers a tax refund to help with the deposit — is that they push up prices, meaning a lot of the cash is effectively -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Oct '23

Savills: Tech demand for flexible office space in Dublin on the wane

A new report from Workthere, the property agent’s serviced office advisory division, highlights “a notable shift” in demand in the year so far. Tech companies accounted for just 30 per cent of t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Oct '23

House prices in Dublin now falling by almost 2%

The latest residential property price index, compiled by the Central Statistics Office (CSO), indicated that prices in Dublin were now falling at an annual rate of 1.9 per cent, which was the sharpest -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Oct '23

Grafton Street renaissance in full swing as investor confidence surges

Thomas Byrne, head of Lisney’s Investment department: “As matters stand, we are aware of around 40 properties on the street which are currently owned by institutional investors. “However, ove -  Subscribe
© Business Post 23 Oct '23

Transactions continue despite weaknesses in office market

Joan Henry of Knight Frank Ireland forecasts that total take-up for this year will be between 120,800 square metres and 139,350 square metres which she said was, “a tighter, but slightly higher rang -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Oct '23

Uncertainty over interest rates poses risk to vital housing projects, developer warns

O’Callaghan Properties chief executive Brian O’Callaghan told Leo Varadkar that uncertainty around interest rates poses a further risk to projects builders enter with AHBs, despite the Government -  Subscribe
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