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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 18 Sep '22

Local authorities should get construction firms to tackle housing crisis, economist says

Anthony Leddin argues a more viable alternative was the creation of 31 separate construction companies to build homes. Each of these 31 State-owned construction companies would be linked to the countr -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Sep '22

Eoin Burke-Kennedy: Is a house price correction on the cards in Ireland?

Industry forecasts rarely play out, some unforeseen dynamic usually takes over and Ireland has one of the most volatile property markets in the world. It had the fastest growth in house prices in the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Sep '22

David McWilliams: The property market and its players have changed profoundly since 2008. We are now dealing with a different beast

It is all about interest rates, unlike last time when it was all about income... The global property game goes from return on the investment to the return of the investment. Property assets are sold, -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Sep '22

Home builder Glenveagh sees sales and profits jump in first half of 2022

The company reported that all 1,400 suburban units capable of closing in 2022 are now closed or are currently in contract. Glenveagh now has a forward order book of €588.1m for 1,831 suburban uni -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Sep '22

Kajima and Bartra approved for 258 apartments of O’Neill Court in Belmayne

As many as 208 units will be for the private rental market and the remaining 50 are earmarked for social housing. The developers hope to shortly announce an approved housing body for the social housin -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Sep '22

Temple Inns Ltd, headed up by Tom and Jackie Cleary, understood to have paid more than €11 million for Temple Bar Lane

The MM Capital sale was through Dan O’Connor of JLL. The Clearys were represented in the transaction by Shane Markey of Lisney. The Irish Times understands the Clearys have plans to expand the Templ -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Sep '22

DEAL: Virtu Financial becomes latest tenant at TIO's North Dock One

Virtu is understood to have agreed to pay a rent of about €52 per sq ft for its new 13,300sq ft offices. JLL acted on behalf of Virtu in the negotiations while Savills represented TIO. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Sep '22

DEAL: French investor Iroko Zen pays €12.2m for Block P1 at Dublin’s Eastpoint Business Park

Michele McGarry, head of capital markets at Colliers, said: “We are delighted to have concluded this acquisition on behalf of Iroko Zen. This high-yielding office investment, with excellent tenants, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Sep '22

Open-plan offices are bad for companies, workers, health and morale. So why do we keep creating them?

It could be that short-term budget considerations trump a firm’s long-term self-interest. It could also be that there’s a power dynamic at play. If people have their own offices, they get to cont -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 13 Sep '22

Housing delivery in Dublin facing 'exceptional challenges and high risks'

The second report from the Dublin Housing Delivery Group (DHDG), which includes local authority heads and Department of Housing officials, highlighted numerous concerns around how new housing developm -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Sep '22

DEAL: Maersk inks deal with Iput for 252,000sq ft of Dublin logistics space

News of Maersk’s decision to locate its operations in unit 3 and unit 4 at Quantum Logistics Park near Dublin Airport follows international retailer Harvey Norman pre-let agreement last December for -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Sep '22

BNP Paribas: Housebuilding set to hit highest level since before financial crisis

The bank’s latest barometer indicated that activity in the Irish housing sector declined for a third straight month in August as new orders fell sharply and inflationary pressures remained pronounce -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Sep '22

What are the tax implications if we allow daughter stay in our rental apartment for free for three years?

Rent controls have queered the pitch. Landlords are now effectively obliged to increase rents to the maximum permitted... No allowance can be made for accommodating particularly good tenants, which s -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 11 Sep '22

Dockline office, IFSC, nearly fully let after green renewal

Dockline, the 80,000 sq ft redeveloped office building in the heart of Dublin’s IFSC, has reached 95% occupancy and has been awarded LEED Platinum for its ESG credentials.The property, held by a -  Subscribe
© The Times Ireland 11 Sep '22

DRES gears up €800m development on Dublin Mercedes-Benz site

The developer DRES Properties is close to signing a €70 million deal to buy the landmark Mercedes-Benz site on Naas Road in Dublin, which is owned by the O’Flaherty family. Apparently if the deal -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 10 Sep '22

Housing needs huge output but, worryingly, house commencements have dipped

Sherry FitzGerald’s Ann O’Mahony: There has been a noticeable uplift in trade-up homes available in the Cork market throughout 2022 particularly homes over the €1 million mark. Demand for such p -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 10 Sep '22

Porfile of Pat Davitt as he finishes up at IPAV

Pat has overseen many major initiatives, including the introduction of The ‘Blue Book’ European valuation standards to Ireland in 2013, the introduction of IPAV’s first ever Bill, the Seller’ -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 10 Sep '22

Complaints against property service providers up by a third, report finds

The three cases in which large sanctions were imposed resulted in the permanent revocation of the provider’s licence, and the licensees were required to pay a financial penalty to the authority of -  Subscribe
© RTE 10 Sep '22

Planning permissions up 2% in second quarter - CSO

A total of 11,374 units were granted planning permission in the three months from April to June, up from 11,150 units the same time last year. Of these approvals, 39.8% were for houses and 60.2% were -  Subscribe
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