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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 05 Sep '22

Shane Quinlan, of Sherry FitzGerald Financial Services: Irish mortgage market is shrinking but there are reasons to be hopeful

The launch of initiatives such as the €400 million First Home shared equity scheme in July provides another option for mortgage customers but more is needed. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Sep '22

JLL finds positive returns in Irish property market values

The JLL Irish Property Index recorded the highest annual growth since 2018 in Q1 of this year, and while growth has slowed in Q2, the overall recovery is encouraging -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Sep '22

Fanuc to open its first Irish robotics facility in Maynooth

The Fanuc facility at Maynooth Business Campus incorporates a 500 square metre training centre and showroom. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Sep '22

Editor’s Note: Advent of autumn comes with several warning signs

In terms of housing, it is entirely conceivable that rising inflation and Russia’s continuing war in Ukraine will allow only those for whom money is no object to transact at the higher end of the ma -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 04 Sep '22

JLL: The Future of Work Survey 2022

Corporate real estate leaders are thinking strategically about the long-term transformation of their real estate portfolios to succeed in a post-pandemic world. Insights from our latest survey of over -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 04 Sep '22

Huge increase in number of landlords who are exiting the market

698 landlords told the RTB they were evicting ­tenants so they could sell on their properties during the months of January, February and March, and this number jumped to 1,011 in the second quarter o -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Sep '22

‘Forward funding’ model enabling funds to avoid higher taxes

Department of Finance officials have found that if institutional investors ‘forward fund’ residential developments, they can avoid stamp duty charges on residential blocks because the property nev -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Sep '22

Eoin Ó Broin: How Sinn Féin would fix the housing crisis

There is also a need to take urgent action to protect renters from rising rents, including a three-year ban on rent increases for all existing and new tenancies and a refundable tax credit to put a mo -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Sep '22

Documenting dereliction in Ireland: ‘Why have we accepted it as a country?’

They’ll say to us ‘Why would we go working on this if we can make 15 per cent per year on speculation?’ ... So the incentives and disincentives are wrong at the moment.” -  Subscribe
© 03 Sep '22

Appeal lodged against two new data centres in Clondalkin, despite local ban

The appeal, which was launched by a Louth-based environmental group, says that the proposed development should not go ahead due to the “disproportionate” number of data centres already located in -  Subscribe
© 02 Sep '22

South Dublin residents concerned over 'ghettoised population' from 'build to rent' scheme

Westridge Milltown Ltd lodged plans for a 63 unit build to rent apartment scheme in two blocks rising to six storeys at Dunelm, Rydalmount, Milltown, D6. -  Subscribe
© RTE 01 Sep '22

Aldi announces €63m west of Ireland expansion programme

The investment will see new stores in Ballina, Tuam, Mountbellew, Athenry, Ballyhaunis, Monivea Road, Galway, along with store upgrades in Portumna, Clifden, Galway Retail Park and Ballinasloe. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 01 Sep '22

North Face brings new blood to Cork's battered Patrick's Street

A dramatic pick-up in occupancy rates should help reverse ailing fortunes in Cork City’s core with the pending arrival of a number of high-profile retailers, including outdoor clothing and equipment -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 01 Sep '22

Construction industry levy and vacant homes tax expected in budget

The industry levy has long been mooted as a way to fund the €2.7bn mica redress scheme to remediate homes built with structurally unsound concrete blocks. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Sep '22

Post-pandemic demand for sustainable space driving change in Dublin office market

There are only three buildings standing with more than 50,000sq ft of space available that also have LEED platinum certification. They are No 5 Dublin Landings, the Exo Building in the city’s north -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Sep '22

DEAL: Ecco agrees rent of about €260,000 per annum for the 1,600sq ft space of 30 Grafton Street

The deal, negotiated on Ecco’s behalf by Neil Delmar of agent JLL, will see Ecco occupy the ground floor and basement by way of a sub-lease for the remainder of Carphone Warehouse’s lease agreemen -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Sep '22

DEAL: Corum Asset Management pays €19.4m for units 20-29 at Mervue Business & Technology Park in Galway

The property extends across a total area of 160,000sq ft on a site of 7.09 acres and comprises one manufacturing unit leased to HID and one office unit leased to Avaya, both recently upgraded. -  Subscribe
© The Currency 31 Aug '22

We’re all working from home two days per week – but office landlord IPUT is still betting big on the city centre

It is a nervous moment for the commercial property industry. But rents and yields are still holding up. Niall Gaffney, CEO of Ireland’s largest office landlord IPUT, is optimistic about the future o -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 31 Aug '22

In a sunset industry, Cineworld’s woes are a plot twist many saw coming

Cineworld itself says recent admission levels across the company have been below expectations, blaming this on “a limited film slate” until November. It is far from the only cinema giant to be fru -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 31 Aug '22

Less than €4k of fines issued to landlords in three years for not registering a tenancy

The Residential Tenancies Board has levied fines totalling €3,964 for the non-registration of tenancies in just over three years, despite having the power to apply a penalty of up to €4,000 for ea -  Subscribe
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