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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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© Business Post 12 Mar '23

Irish property funds book writedowns of €240m as commercial market turns

A Business Post analysis has found that eight funds operated by Bank of Ireland, Irish Life, Aviva, Zurich and State Street Global Advisors, with a combined value of more than €4.6 billion, have see -  Subscribe
© 12 Mar '23

Lorcan Sirr: 'The proportion of houses coming to market has reduced by 43.5% in 5 years'

Lorcan Sirr’s case is that one-off houses are a small slice of the overall pie, with these homes neither coming to the market or being available for rent. Social housing accounts for a proportion -  Subscribe
© Business Post 12 Mar '23

Developers redrawing tens of thousands of housing plans

Developers are redrawing plans for housing projects due to new government rules that could allow them to double the number of own-door houses they can build, the Business Post has learned. The move -  Subscribe
© Business Post 12 Mar '23

Harry Crosbie’s grand plan for Dublin’s docks: ‘I’ve enough firepower and desire to do this’

And although Crosbie didn’t want to talk about it much during an interview with the Business Post in his Hanover Quay home, at 75, this could be the last major project for the man who, more than mos -  Subscribe
© Business Post 12 Mar '23

High Court quashes Abbott’s planning application for €10 million expansion of facility on Cavan-Monaghan border

An Bord Pleanála decided to concede the case after judicial review proceedings were brought against the proposed expansion by John Morehart, the American owner of nearby Bellamont House and forest. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 12 Mar '23

Donal Buckley: Planning uncertainty and lack of sites likely to slow development land sales

According to research from agents CBRE, 107 major deals were made worth a combined €980 million. These included residential development sites as well as several high-profile office, hotel and indust -  Subscribe
© Business Post 12 Mar '23

The Reit man: how Dr Bill Nowlan helped shape the Dublin cityscape

Property industry veteran Dr Bill Nowlan, who has just received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the National Property Awards, says his road to Damascus moment came when he started working with Focus I -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Mar '23

DEAL: Richmond Homes Foxrock apartment scheme, Roselawn, bought by Aberdeen Standard Investments for €70million

Roselawn is the first build-to-rent investment to be acquired by the fund in Dublin. It is paying an average of €492,957 per unit. Hooke & MacDonald brokered the PRS deal, with Knight Frank represen -  Subscribe
© RTE 11 Mar '23

Why are commercial property values falling and why should we care?

"Tech habitually accounted for 50% of gross letting activity in the Dublin market over the five years up to the end of 2021," said John McCartney, Director and Head of Research at BNP Paribas Real Est -  Subscribe
© RTE 11 Mar '23

Planning permissions sink 43% at end of 2022 - CSO

"If we are to meet Ireland's housing need any shortfall will have to be offset by increased delivery of scheme housing," said Director Dr David Duffy. "The upcoming guidelines on low-rise medium-de -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Mar '23

Cliff Taylor: Is Ireland really committed to private rental - or is it all about home ownership?

Do we see rental as just a transitory phase or as a longer-term way to live? Is there a commitment to develop a long-term private rental market - or is policy all about home ownership? And whatever de -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 10 Mar '23

‘Nothing compares to the horrors of renting in Ireland’

A Limerick schoolteacher who will lose her home after the Government’s decision to lift the eviction ban this week said “the horrors of renting in Ireland” mean that even professionals are now p -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 09 Mar '23

Dundrum Town Centre co-owner Hammerson narrows losses amid retail recovery

In 2022, it completed the “repurposing” of the former House of Fraser store in Dundrum. This space is now partly occupied by Brown Thomas with Penneys also due to take up two floors, while Dunnes -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 09 Mar '23

Paul McNeive: De-zoning serviced land in a housing crisis doesn’t make sense

Chartered engineer Michael Browne, the principal at BBA architecture, believes that lack of infrastructure is the major barrier to new development in Ireland; and fears that the problem will be exacer -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 09 Mar '23

New homes schemes starting in Dublin

While some developers and their selling agents have not indicated prices, even for homes that are launching this spring, our survey shows few homes available below the threshold for the Government’s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 09 Mar '23

Nine things you need to know when buying a new home

1. Know your limits 2. Search smart 3. Consult planning files 4. Suss out the area 5. Check what’s included 6. Step inside 7. Be ready to commit 8. Be aware of all the costs 9. Congratulations -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 09 Mar '23

Ballymore cuts dozens of jobs amid UK housing slump

Ballymore Properties has offered redundancies to 30 of its roughly 700 employees in London over the past three months, according to sources. One of the UK capital’s biggest homebuilders, the company -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 08 Mar '23

Marie Hunt appointed Chairperson of ULI Ireland

Iput Real Estate Head of Research, Marie Hunt has been appointed as Chairperson of ULI Ireland.Marie commented: “It is an honour to have been appointed as the chairperson of the Urban Land Insti -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Mar '23

DEAL: Foot Locker to open for business in Dublin’s Ilac Shopping Centre

Foot Locker Unit has agreed a deal with CBRE to occupy units one and two at the Ilac Centre. Extending across a total area of 1,184 sq m, the company’s new retail space is located on the ground floo -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Mar '23

DEAL: Blackrock’s Frascati Centre nears full occupancy as new and existing tenants sign for space

Apart from the arrival of Homestore and More, the Centre has recently secured agreements with in the first instance, Musashi Sushi who have agreed to occupy a 2,500 sq ft restaurant with extensive fro -  Subscribe
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