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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 12 Nov '19

Move to change Clontarf housing site to special area of conservation

Clonres CLG, a representative organisation for residents of Clontarf, wants to have lands at St Paul’s, Sybil Hill Clontarf, designated a special area of conservation (SPA). -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Nov '19

O’Devaney Gardens regeneration to go ahead

The regeneration of O’Devaney Gardens, once one of Dublin city’s most troubled social housing estates, is to go ahead after Dublin City Councillors ratified a €7 million deal with developers Bar -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Oct '19

Aldi plans new store close to Landsdowne Road and Google HQ

German discount chain Aldi intends building a new store close to Landsdowne Road and internet giant Google’s European HQ despite local opposition. -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 23 Oct '19's 2019 H2 Luas & DART House Price maps

The typical price of a three-bedroom family home near one of Dublin’s rail stations is €439,000, nearly 10% higher than an average price in the capital for this kind of property (€401, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Oct '19

Fears for Cherry Orchard housing plan over protection racket

The council’s head of housing Brendan Kenny said there had been an improvement in Cherry Orchard since 2016 and a “strong implementation plan” for the Local Area Plan would ensure that improveme -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 10 Oct '19

Construction of €10m Pelletstown train station to start

The former farmlands at Pelletstown were zoned for residential development in 1998 and the provision of the railway station, in addition to the station which was built at Ashtown, was part of the just -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Sep '19

New Tallaght plan will restrict building of one-bed homes

Included in the suggested development policy is that a minimum of 30 per cent of residential units have at least three bedrooms. The same proportion of new builds should be for owner occupation or pri -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Sep '19

David McWilliams: Dún Laoghaire typifies Ireland’s poor use of land

This self-reinforcing dynamic where neglect fosters yet more neglect is called the “broken windows theory”. A vandalised window left unrepaired sets off a chain reaction where one broken window gi -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Aug '19

Dublin 8 revival: Liberties area set for docklands-style makeover

Here are some of the headline sites scheduled for revival in the heart of Dublin 8: St James’s Gate, Heuston South Quarter, Heuston station, Hickey's site on Parkgate Street, Player Wills site, Kevi -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Aug '19

Can a major new plan revive the coastal town of Balbriggan?

Fred Hammond points up at a grubby apartment block from his makeshift seat on a pile of fishing nets and wonders how it was allowed to be built. “If this works, you are going to see other people co -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Aug '19

Iconic Offices invests €500,000 in new restaurant facility at Liberties development

CEO Joe McGinley said he sees Dublin 8 becoming increasingly attractive for office space as tenants seek to get “more bang for their buck”. And while the addition of a directly controlled restaura -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Aug '19

OPW facing big levies bill on Dublin’s most notorious vacant site

Dublin City Council is assessing the one-acre site owned by the Office of Public Works (OPW) at Church Street in Smithfield for entry on its register of vacant sites, which was set up to stop the hoar -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 06 Aug '19

Sandymount Strand housing plan: Public reaction

“There certainly won’t be any houses built anywhere near the promenade here,” he said. “There’s a lot of very important people living in various places along here. They’d be digging in the -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 01 Aug '19

Hammerson eyes Dublin expansion at Phase II land of Dundrum Town Centre despite losses

Previous plans had incorporated a hotel at the site, but the development now looks to be focused on a mix of residential, retail, and food and beverage units, analysts said. The planning applicatio -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Jul '19

600 affordable apartments in ‘Pembroke at Dublin 4’, the new name for the former Irish Glass Bottle Company site in Ringsend

Some might question why the affordable homes will all be for sale at two specific plots amounting to 2.6 acres of the 37-acre site, instead of peppered throughout the development, but those lucky enou -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Jul '19

Plans for new €50m hospital in north Dublin to be lodged

The hospital, which aims to cater to both private and public patients, will be built by private health firm Vanguard Health Services International (VHSI) on a site north of Dublin Airport next to Swor -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Jul '19

Cork City on the rise, but crumbling to the point of collapse in places

With about a €1bn of soaring office, hotel and apartment developments underway and more than €1bn worth more planned for Cork’s sprawling docklands, the collapse of a long-time vacant building o -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Jul '19

Player Wills site could fit up to 1,400 dwellings, developer says

Hines “We will submit planning later in the year and, barring delays, we could start building by early next year. We could see first new homes available to rent and buy as early as 2022,” -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 04 Jul '19

‘People are not spending their money here’: The slow recovery of Naas

A Dunnes Stores food hall is set to open in the middle of the Main Street in August, which has the potential to bring a lot of business back into the town, she adds. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 24 Jun '19

Cork city buildings on North Main St to be demolished

The North Main Street Traders’ Association said authorities must take a more aggressive approach towards the owners of long-term vacant or derelict buildings to prevent such incidents. -  Subscribe
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