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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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© RTE 03 Nov '22

Irish property prices expected to avoid a dip in 2023

There’s now more and more anecdotal evidence that homes are selling at or below their asking prices, while some listings are even being revised downwards. But it takes time before we can see hard ev -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 03 Nov '22

Discounted property prices now sought by investors, say Lisney

Noting a shift in Q3, which also saw an increased focus on building energy efficiency in funding, Ed Hanafin said that with adjustments in the global economic outlook along with rising interest rates, -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 03 Nov '22

Charlie and Max O’Reilly-Hyland have lodged plans for 126-bed hotel overlooking the Iveagh Gardens

The two have lodged plans, through ORHRE SSG for the hotel and five apartments after unsuccessful attempts to date to lease out the two Georgian properties at 92 and 93 St Stephen’s Green for office -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 03 Nov '22

Paul McNeive: Investing is tough as property market edges its way towards price discovery

Brian Shields, JLL senior director of capital markets, told me the markets are in a "price discovery" phase, with time to go by before we see vendors' and purchasers' expectations beginning to align a -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 Nov '22

Dublin City councillors block future housing schemes beside St Anne’s Park

The 16.5-acre at Sybil Hill has been the subject of multiple housing applications and court actions since it was bought by developer Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group in 2015. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Nov '22

‘Mini-Manhattan’ could be built on Dublin’s SCR under development plan, residents say

Provisions in the plan would allow 12 buildings up to 15-storeys tall on the Dublin 8 plot which includes the Bailey Gibson and Player Wills sites owned by US developer Hines, and the former St Teresa -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Nov '22

Former Dublin office complex at the Plaza in Park West to provide homes for more than 200 people

Harcourt secured planning permission in 2018 to convert the two blocks into apartments. Tuath entered into a deal to acquire and fund the conversion of the offices into homes using financing from the -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 01 Nov '22

Revealed: the high-profile developers getting up to €90,000 taxpayer money for planning delays

Cairn Homes has received the highest payout, with €90,000 paid to the company due to delays for nine applications, totalling over 2,600 homes. Some of the country’s largest developers, including G -  Subscribe
© Business Post 01 Nov '22

Aisling Tannam: Workplaces having to adapt with employee-centred changes

Offices which have good green credentials, have close proximity to public transport and which can improve our overall health and wellbeing are some of the requirements from the workplace that employee -  Subscribe
© Business Post 01 Nov '22

DEAL: Units 2A and 2B at the Smurfit Packaging Complex, Ballymount Road Lower

Harvey let these two industrial facilities in Ballymount to two building suppliers for in excess of €86 per square metre before they were officially marketed -  Subscribe
© Business Post 01 Nov '22

Woody O'Neill: Record demand along Ireland’s busiest transport artery is drying up land supply

Dublin’s primary transport artery is the Naas Road/M7 corridor. It flows through South Dublin County Council and is the main national, commercial and distribution route connecting Dublin to all main -  Subscribe
© Business Post 01 Nov '22

DEAL: Block 7 Park West Business Campus sells for €2.7 million at 2,256 square metres

Colliers has sold Block 7 at Park West Business Campus, for which it had been seeking €2.7 million, to a British-based cosmetics company, The ground floor is let to Trilogy Technologies on a ten-yea -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Nov '22

Proposed Dublin city development plan may mean 12 towers up to 15-storeys high in D8 Bailey Gibson and Player Wills site

Hines was granted permission in 2020 by An Bórd Pleanála for 416 homes with a 16-storey apartment block on the Bailey Gibson site, despite the conflict with the council’s development plan height r -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 31 Oct '22

Dan White: Office property paying price of pandemic

The LSH survey found that a mere 8pc of firms were planning to increase their office space, 20pc to stay the same while a massive 72pc, almost three-quarters, were planning to cut back on their office -  Subscribe
© Business Post 31 Oct '22

Cherrywood developers see potential to raise heights and build more homes with SDZ plan

Council proposes to increase housing densities from an average of 82 units per hectare to an average of more than 100 per hectare in an amendment to the Strategic Development Zone parameters -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Oct '22

Cairn and Glenveagh launch High Court challenge to Wicklow development plan

Cairn Homes and Glenveagh have today applied to the court seeking a judicial review of the plan, which they have said relies on out-of-date census data from 2016 and has “materially underestimated W -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Oct '22

Bartra complains to Housing Minister over Dublin council’s rate of planning refusals

Correspondence obtained by the Business Post shows the property developer wrote to Darragh O’Brien last month citing analysis which showed that the council had recommended the rejection of 90 per ce -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Oct '22

Luke Keily ditches hotel plans at Tara Street in favour of food market

Plans for a hotel on the corner of Tara Street and George’s Quay in Dublin city centre have been ditched in favour of a food market. Luke Keily, a businessman who owns several properties in the a -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 29 Oct '22

Laurence Hickey of Lotus Investment Group: Small landlords quietly leaving the market under the radar by the 1000 every year.

These new legislation are reactive in the short term, and do nothing positive long term to fix the rental crisis, but in fact contract the market further and deter new small investors from ever coming -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 29 Oct '22

Hampton House on Mount Street Lower secures occupiers following extensive refurbishment

HDI Global SE, HDI Reinsurance and Natural Forces have chosen Hampton House on Mount Street Lower as the location for their respective Dublin headquarter operations. All three companies have commit -  Subscribe
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