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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 25 Jan '21

Developing Dún Laoghaire: A plan in four instalments

The county council’s recently published draft county development plan (DCDP) proposes to brand four parts of the town centre as quarters characterised by certain types of retail. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Dec '20

First Look: Inside Dublin’s new Clerys Quarter

Oakmount and its partner, Europa Capital, remain on course to deliver a major mixed-use scheme on the Clerys site that they hope will help restore O’Connell Street as the city’s principal thorough -  Subscribe
© Business Post 16 Nov '20

Strong uptick in activity for Cork’s property market

Donal Buckley: With big developments being green-lit and significant deals coming to fruition, things are looking bright -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Sep '20

Fearghal O'Connor: Docklands’ defences raised against the flood of bad news

In today's Dublin Docklands - after almost a decade of fast-paced transformational development - there is a feeling once again that some cracks are beginning to show. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 10 Sep '20

KBC Ireland to close four of 16 branches

The digital-focused lender, which has about 1,400 employees in the State, will close what it refers to as hubs in Dundrum in Dublin, Greystones in Co Wicklow and Naas in Co Kildare, with customers who -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Jul '20

Land Development Agency to take on St Teresa’s Gardens redevelopment

The State’s Land Development Agency intends to take on the redevelopment of St Teresa’s Gardens in Dolphin’s Barn, 15 years after Dublin City Council proposed to redevelop the dilapidated 1950s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Jul '20

Plans to extend Luas to Finglas ‘to bring 30,000 within 1km’ of Green line

The 4km extension will bring an additional 30,000 people within 1km of the Luas line, the National Transport Authority (NTA) said. However, it is likely to be another decade before the new line opens -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Jul '20

City Council launches 'sounding' exercise for Dublin's Covent Garden plan at Mary's Lane

Dublin City Council (DCC) is to engage in a "market sounding exercise" about its plans to turn the city's Victorian-era fruit and vegetable market into an indoor retail food venue. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Jul '20

Tetrarch lobbies to rezone Howth Castle land for housing

The developer has told the local authority it had identified 15 hectares of land “readily available to be zoned for residential development”, in a letter seen by The Irish Times. The letter dat -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Jun '20

Queen’s pub in Dalkey closing down

Landmark bar owned by former AIB CEO Tom Mulcahy may be sold for redevelopment, however, any building work would be complicated by the fact that the pub is listed on the Record of Protecte -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Apr '20

Wetherspoon's plan for pub in Dublin's Grand Canal Dock on hold

A spokesman for Wetherspoon said all building projects were being “put on hold” currently due to the Covid-19 crisis. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 09 Mar '20

[NEEDS BP SUB] Kennedy Wilson demands Nama clean up derelict site close to near-empty Capital Dock

Last month, the Business Post revealed that 100 luxury apartments in Capital Dock were still empty a year after being put on the market. The 22-storey apartment scheme contains 190 build-to-let reside -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 06 Mar '20

Mark Keenan: Dublin's cool Northside moves ahead of stuffy southside to hold the housing hotspots

So now Phibsborough is the new Portobello, Stoneybatter the new Rathmines and Clontarf is the new Ballsbridge. Q: What is a southsider doing in a house in Dublin 7? -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Mar '20

Dublin City Council will not seek judicial review over St Anne's Park apartments

The council’s head of planning, Richard Shakespeare, said he could see “no valid reason” to pursue the board in the courts in relation to its decision last month to grant permission to Crekav, a -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 26 Feb '20

'FingLUAS': Plans to extend Luas to Finglas revealed

Transport Infrastructure Ireland says the proposed Luas Finglas project will involve extending the northern part of the green line from its current terminus in Broombridge to Charlestown. The new t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Feb '20

Stillorgan Leisureplex developers ‘could lose millions’ without injunction

KW Investments Funds ICAV, which says it was ready to start work on the site last month, wants the injunction against Lorgan Leisure, which runs the bowling alley Stillorgan Bowl there. Its directors -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Feb '20

Global tech giants make a 3.6m sq ft impression on Dublin cityscape

Google, Amazon, LinkedIn, Facebook and Salesforce are in the process of establishing five individual campuses covering a total area of 3.6 million square feet between the north and south docklands, at -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 10 Feb '20

UCD spending millions buying premium south Dublin homes

It is understood the spending is part of a long-term plan to buy up residential property along the Clonskeagh Road end of the college to potentially extend the campus boundaries in future, according t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 07 Feb '20

Residents and activists in Dublin’s Liberties say tourists are being prioritised over locals

While many Irish developers and local people would have raised a sceptical eyebrow at investing heavily in some of the more run-down areas of Dublin city in times past, international investors have no -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 29 Jan '20

Owen Reilly Dublin Docklands Residential Report 2020

Some of the more interesting data from 2019 includes: • Average selling price was €483,875. Average price per sq. ft. was €623, down 3.85% on 2018. • Prices up to €400,000 are up 2.4% and -  Subscribe
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