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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 22 Oct '19

US investor Heitman buys 200 apartments in Dublin spread across 27 buildings

Tony Smedley, Heitman’s managing director and head of European private equity, indicated that the squeeze on accommodation here helped prompt the purchase. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Oct '19

Developer offers 471 units for social housing at former Chivers factory in Coolock under enhanced leasing scheme

The board granted permission two months ago reducing the height to nine storeys and the number of apartments to 471. Councillors have warned the development could become a “new Ballymun”. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 21 Oct '19

[NEEDS SBP SUB] ‘Can-do’ Cullaun making development happen

A relatively new provider of development finance, Cullaun Capital, expects to have agreed terms to provide €140 million in lending facilities for 17 developments, mainly housing and healthcare proje -  Subscribe
© 21 Oct '19

Landlords afraid of property market because of 'difficult' tenants, incoming RTB chairman claims

Dunne told the committee that some ‘incidental’ landlords are “vulnerable” because they are not aware of the risks associated with the rental market. He also described tenants as a “business -  Subscribe
© Business Post 21 Oct '19

[NEEDS SBP SUB] Size really does matter in apartment planning

The recent reduction in the minimum sizes for new apartments has generated controversy. Are the latest rules a sensible way to help tackle the housing crisis or a gift to property speculators who want -  Subscribe
© Business Post 21 Oct '19

[NEEDS SBP SUB] Probe into building of Google’s €300m Boland’s Mill offices

BAM Building Ltd has told local representatives that it has identified “an issue” that requires remediation work in certain parts of the structure -  Subscribe
© Business Post 21 Oct '19

[NEEDS SBP SUB] Can the Land Development Agency solve the housing crisis?

The LDA was launched last year, but even before it has been fully established, it has been subject to criticism for its failure to provide adequate levels of affordable housing -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Oct '19

WeWork will pay €290m to Irish landlords over 10 years

Colm Lauder, analyst with Irish stockbroker Goodbody, says in a note that his company calculates that WeWork has committed to pay rent of €26 million a year. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Oct '19

Over 650 apartments planned beside St Anne’s Park in Raheny

The apartment-only scheme would see Crevkav build 657 apartments in blocks up to nine storeys in height, along with almost 500 parking spaces on former playing fields east of St Paul’s College besid -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Oct '19

Savoy Cinema owners object to Apollo House, Screen Cinema plans

The owners of the Savoy Cinema in Dublin have put the brakes on the Marlet Group amending its ambitious plans for the Apollo House, College House and Screen Cinema site near Dublin’s Pearse Street. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Oct '19

Bartra gets go-ahead for Boston Sidings high-rise scheme

Richard Barrett’s Bartra has received the green light for a new high-rise scheme of 200,000sq ft of office space at the Boston Sidings site in Dublin’s Docklands. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Oct '19

Paul McNeive: 'State doesn't always get it wrong in property market'

My view was that Nama, whether by strategic brilliance or luck, had got the valuation [of Project Eagle portfolio], the "one-lot" strategy, and the timing right, and had saved the taxpayers multiples -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Oct '19

DEAL: Naas site of 6.47-acre and potential for 500 units is sold by Marlet Property Group for close to €12m

The site at Carriglea Industrial Estate is believed to have been bought by a purchaser associated with Liam Mounsey, who is a director of a number of property companies including Kelston Properties, K -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 16 Oct '19

Press Up big player in sales, growth of new hotels

Cushman & Wakefield: report found that hotel sales and construction are far higher this year than in 2018 or 2017, particularly on the boutique end of the market. It said a dozen hotels had been so -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Oct '19

Suzie Nolan of Friends First Irish Commercial Property Fund: Retail must evolve if it is to survive and thrive

High street stores such as Nike, LuLu Lemon and Molton Brown in New York, London and more recently Dublin, are holding fitness classes in store, as an additional draw for consumers and a new source of -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Oct '19

DEAL: German fund, KanAm Group, pays €20m for Dublin 2 office block, Wythe Building

A KanAm subsidiary, Leading Cities Invest, is understood to have paid over €20 million to buy the property from developer Avam Limited in an off-market transaction via CBRE and Savills -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Oct '19

Ciarán Hancock: Was the Government right to extend Help to Buy housing scheme?

The retention of Help to Buy is another example of the property industry having successfully lobbied for changes that benefit developers. Meanwhile stupid prices continue to be paid for development la -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Oct '19

Prime Living to flip 1.8 acre Sandyford site for €23m, a 123% uplift

Just two years on from its acquisition of the former Avid Technology site for €10.3 million, the company and its Irish partner, Cara Cove Holding, are understood to be close to an agreement for its -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 16 Oct '19

Ballymore Group submit fast-track planning application for Dublin’s tallest tower at Connolly Station

The proposed tower forms part of the wider Connolly Quarter mixed-use scheme, Ballymore and its Singapore-headquartered partner, Oxley Holdings, are aiming to deliver on a 2.88 hectare (7.12 acre) sit -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 15 Oct '19

Enet plans €1m investment in expanded Limerick HQ

The wholesale network provider says it plans to occupy a 1,300 sq m office roughly twice the size of its existing HQ in early 2020. Both are located at the National Technological Park in Limerick. -  Subscribe
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