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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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© Other 06 Oct '21

Concerns and opposition expressed about Merchant's Arch development

Martin Harte is CEO of the Temple Bar Company, which represents businesses in the area. He says: "I think it's a positive development - Temple Bar is subject to a number of new developments over th -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 06 Oct '21

Capital Markets snapshot: Bannon

The Bannon Capital Markets snapshot highlights that the Retail Sector has finally emerged from the shadows at 14% of Q3 turnover of €794m. PRS remains the dominant player at 50%. While Q3 was alw -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 06 Oct '21

DEAL: Big Tree Dorset Street Hotel sold off market by JLL

JLL has brokered on behalf of The Dublin Loft Company the sale of the 163-key Big Tree Dorset Street Hotel, in one of the largest and most valuable hotel sales in the Dublin market this year.This -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 06 Oct '21

JLL presents its market round-up for Q3 and Q4 2021

Max Reilly, Senior Director, FRICS, FSCSI, Capital Markets, JLL, gives his forecast on what remains of 2021 -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 06 Oct '21

Third quarter bounce for the Dublin Office Market: CBRE

According to Vanessa Mansfield, Associate Director in the office leasing team at CBRE Ireland, “Now that lockdown measures have eased, office workers have started to return to their offices and occu -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 06 Oct '21

Dublin office market ‘back with a bang’ in third quarter: Cushman & Wakefield and CBRE

Cushman & Wakefield said a total of 45,050sq m in office space had been reserved in the three months to the end of September in a “welcome bounce” for the market, while a further 36,500sq m of spa -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 06 Oct '21

Quintain’s €500m investment in Adamstown gets under way

Quintain has turned the sod on its €500 million urban hub investment in Adamstown, west Dublin, commencing construction on a 279-unit apartment development aimed at the build-to-rent market. UK groc -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 06 Oct '21

Central Bank says rebound in construction will see 31,000 homes built in 2023

A faster-than-expected recovery in construction is expected to see up to 27,000 new homes built next year and 31,000 built in 2023, the Central Bank has said. This is close to the Government’s ta -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 06 Oct '21

Hibernia sells One and Two Dockland Central in IFSC to Commerz for €152m

They consists of 147,500 square foot of office accommodation across two blocks with parking spaces for 144 cars and 167 bikes. They are fully let to a range of occupiers, primarily from the technol -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 05 Oct '21

Regulator says it will go after rogue landlords in breach of rent-cap rules

The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) said it would go after landlords who broke the rent-cap rules. It referred to an “unacceptable level of non-compliance by landlords” after its latest rents -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Oct '21

Help-to-buy scheme set to be extended in upcoming budget, say Varadkar

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has signalled that the help-to-buy scheme for first-time homeowners is set to be extended beyond the end of 2021 in next month's budget. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 04 Oct '21

Capital deployed in the Irish commercial property investment market in Q3 2021 was €793 million: CBRE

CBRE reports that the volume of capital deployed in the Irish commercial property investment market in Q3 2021 was €793 million. This took overall commercial property investment spend in Ireland -  Subscribe
© RTE 04 Oct '21

News item on rogue landlords

Dr. Rory Hearne, Assistant Professor of Social Policy in Maynooth University & Pat Davitt, Chief Executive of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers discuss latest figures on rent press -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 04 Oct '21

Increased activity in Dublin's Industrial & Logistics Sector from both occupiers & investors: CBRE

After another very strong quarter for the Dublin Industrial & Logistics sector from both occupier & investor perspective, CBRE Ireland have released figures for the volume of industrial sales -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Oct '21

Bartragh Island in Co Mayo sells for more than €1.1 million

Colliers Ireland last week confirmed that it had sold Bartragh Island, a large private island off the north coast of Co Mayo, during the second Covid-19-related lockdown which ran from October 21 to e -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Oct '21

DEAL: Eagle Street Partners acquires two Clonskeagh office blocks, previously offered at a guide price of €19 million

Both Block 5 and Block 9 at Richview Office Park in Clonskeagh are detached, three-storey buildings and extend to 25,407 square feet (2,360sq m) and 35,869 square feet (3,332sq m). They have a combine -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Oct '21

Department overestimated fast-track housing success

In September, the department was asked to inform the Oireachtas committee what percentage of the 53,000 homes granted permission under the Strategic Housing Development scheme were under construction -  Subscribe
© Business Post 04 Oct '21

O’Flynn: high-rise apartments not the answer to housing crisis

The Cork-based developer said there needed to be a greater focus on delivering compact housing projects in cities, similar to those built in Ranelagh and Stoneybatter. The O’Flynn Group, which he -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 04 Oct '21

Calls for easing of Central Bank mortgage-lending rules as house prices in Dublin stabilise: DNG

Central Bank lending rules for mortgages should be reviewed and eased to enable first-time buyers to become homeowners, DNG chief executive Keith Lowe has said. It comes as the price of second-hand -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 04 Oct '21

In-depth: Should you buy a home now — or wait for a fall?

House prices have risen 9pc in the past year and are rising twice as fast outside cities. Evergrande, the world’s biggest real estate firm, is in crisis. The threat of rising interest rates and infl -  Subscribe
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