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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 01 Dec '22

How can we tell if Irish house prices are overvalued?

On one factor, affordability, Ireland does score badly, with commission calculations finding it takes 16 years of average income in Ireland to buy a 100 sq m apartment, one of the highest of the EU co -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Dec '22

CSO: Homebuilding slumps by 16% as construction inflation soars

Building materials giant CRH recently warned that the industry faces a “second wave” of inflation as spiralling energy prices drive up the cost of everything from wages to logistics. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Dec '22

DEAL: Mulberry signs lease with Hines for new store at 24 Duke Street, Dublin 2

Darragh Cronin of Savills represented Hines and David Harper of Harper Denis Hobbs represented Mulberry in the negotiations on its new store. Niall Ryan, of Hines: “The decision by Mulberry -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Dec '22

DEAL: Aldi and Safari Childcare to open at Cabra’s Hamilton Gardens

Ross Fogarty of Knight Frank expects to see strong interest in the scheme’s final retail units having already secured Aldi for the development. The German supermarket giant will begin the fit-out of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Dec '22

DEAL: BHSM LLP relocates operations from Harcourt Terrace to third floor at 76 Baggot Street Lower

Mark Smyth of MSP Consulting acted on behalf of BHSM LLP while Gavin Maguire of Knight Frank represented Waystone. BHSM’s new offices are fully fitted out and comprise over 8,000 sq ft of modern off -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Dec '22

DEAL: Flexible workspace provider, Grafter, agrees deal with Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan for 6-7 St Stephen’s Green

The property, which was built in 1869, is owned by developer Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan’s Oakmount, who acquired it earlier this year from Iput for about €17.25 million. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Dec '22

Affordable housing is not sustainable and sustainable housing is not affordable, RIAI says

Planning policies may favour high-density sustainable development but measures had not been put in place to make these housing schemes viable, Claire McManus, an RIAI council member, said on Monday. -  Subscribe
© RTE 30 Nov '22

Aldi to open 11 new stores in Dublin in €73m investment

Aldi said it examining 25 sites as potential locations for the 11 new stores. It has agreed terms for a store in Adamstown while it is working on plans for the additional 10 stores over the next five -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Nov '22

FISC-Ireland Ltd says the Citywest landlord, Breezeglade Ireland Ltd, has failed to comply with an agreement regarding a short extension of the lease

The €405,000 penalty payment for the lease break was paid but the payment was returned and, in its counterclaim, Breezeglade is seeking rent and service charges for ongoing lease obligations along w -  Subscribe
© Business Post 27 Nov '22

Concerns raised over Glenveagh nominees to Kildare council planning committees

David Caffrey, Glenveagh Properties’ director of planning, has been nominated to the county’s economic development, enterprise and planning committee. Wesley Rothwell, Glenveagh’s chief commerci -  Subscribe
© Business Post 27 Nov '22

John Walsh: Housing crisis is poised to deepen as supply of funding is increasingly constrained

With public sector debt at €240 billion, private sector funding limited, developers facing eroding profits and institutional investment on the wane, where is the money for building new homes going t -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 27 Nov '22

ISIF invests €25m to fund delivery of 1,900 new homes

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), part of the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), is to invest €25m to fund the development of up to 1,900 new homes in counties Dublin, Kildar -  Subscribe
© Business Post 27 Nov '22

Moving on: Is our property pipeline in jeopardy?

The retreat of institutional investors from the Irish property market – due to a combination of issues such as project viability concerns and rising bond yields – has significant implications for -  Subscribe
© Business Post 27 Nov '22

Savills: Prime office rents steady despite large increase in grey space

A dramatic 75 per cent increase in the amount of shadow office space, also known as grey space, was seen in the Dublin market, according to an analysis by Savills, but it hasn’t affected prime headl -  Subscribe
© Business Post 27 Nov '22

John McCartney of BNP Paribas Real Estate Ireland: Building back better after Covid

Property markets will adjust to the normalising of interest rates. But vendors’ and investors’ expectations will take time to align and market activity will moderate accordingly -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 Nov '22

It’s depressing that two big trends driving Ireland’s housing crisis continue unabated: Eoin Burke-Kennedy

House prices used to track incomes. A ratio of three to one used to be the rule of thumb. The Central Bank’s lending rules still reflect that, but somewhere along the way this relationship fractured -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Nov '22

New rules will force 12,000 homes out of short lets market, Minister says

Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin: “Property owners and online booking platforms offering short-term accommodation will be required to comply in a transparent way with the new system or otherwis -  Subscribe
© Business Post 26 Nov '22

Delivery of almost 9,000 new homes in Dublin at risk if infrastructure not built

The Cherrywood Strategic Development Zone project in south Dublin, one of the capital’s largest housing developments, aims to deliver more than 8,700 new homes which will accommodate a population of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Nov '22

Marlet lodges appeal over refusal of Raheny apartments scheme

Last month city council concerns over the light-bellied Brent goose put paid to the contentious residential plan for the 16.5 acre site on lands to the east of St Paul’s College at Sybil Hill. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Nov '22

Ireland’s rental market is broken – and could be heading for even deeper trouble: Cliff Taylor

1. Rising costs 2. What the Daft and RTB data shows 3. The two-tier market 4. Warning signals ... IPAV pointed out this week that the number of termination notices received by the RTB in the first hal -  Subscribe
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