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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 21 Jun '18

Under the radar sales in sleepy Sandycove

Janet Carroll had secured a buyer without neighbours knowing that the houses had been for sale. 4 Sandycove Avenue East ... Ballygihen Avenue -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Jun '18

Dalkey Tramyard recently sold to developer for just less than €3m

All the indicators suggest that the developer will apply to reinstate the recently lapsed planning for a mix of 20 or so apartments with retail at ground level. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Jun '18

Old meets new in Eglinton Road, a place of high house prices and lived-in elegance

Unlike its neighbours, Shrewsbury and Ailesbury roads on the other side of Donnybrook, there are no automatic gates or high walls shielding the owners from the prying eyes of the passer-by. They may l -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Jun '18

Cork an ‘emergent success’ as urban outfit comes to town

According to the academy, the “emergent success” of Cork is reflected in the “progressive regeneration” of its city centre, the vibrancy of its streets and the ongoing growth of population and -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Jun '18

Dublin now more expensive to live in than Silicon Valley

A study by data specialist ECA International ranks Dublin as number 72 on its annual list of the world’s most expensive cities, the first time that the Irish capital has joined the top 100. Dubli -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 May '18

Plans for first school in Dublin’s Cherrywood submitted

Hines has lodged the application with Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council for the 700-pupil primary school ahead of a decision, expected in the coming weeks, on the development of the first large-s -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Apr '18

Major docklands revival driving Cork City growth

At Albert Quay in the city centre, the first phase of O'Callaghan Properties' Navigation Square amounting to 148,500 sq ft is due to be completed in November. Clearstream, a division of Deutsche Börs -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 12 Apr '18

Dublin 4 to become a new dining out destination

From next September with the Comers' opening of their new street connecting Shelbourne Road to Pembroke Road, at least three new upmarket food and beverage outlets - Avoca, Dylan McGrath and Butlers C -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 02 Apr '18

Dublin's old Carlton Cinema to be redeveloped

Six acres - from Upper O'Connell Street to Parnell Street to Moore Street & Henry Street - are going to be turned into a high-end retail centre. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 Apr '18

German architect outlines his vision for Dublin’s north inner city

The retail property developer Hammerson, which is behind the Dublin Central redevelopment covering six acres from Upper O’Connell Street to Parnell Street to Moore Street and Henry Street, has recru -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Feb '18

Fitzwilliam 28 brings fresh energy to Georgian Dublin

Savills Ireland and Bannon have been appointed as joint agents to secure tenants for Fitzwilliam 28, a state-of-the-art office development currently under construction at the heart of Dublin's histori -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Feb '18

Tyrrelstown GAA club which faced eviction from its only pitch expresses ‘huge relief’ as solution found

Tyrrelstown GAA club said a proposal by Mazars which will allow it to continue using the pitch at Tyrrelstown Way until May next year came as a “huge relief. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 11 Feb '18

In the shadow of the Docklands

As the completion of the SDZ plan draws to a close - with the number of brownfield sites in the SDZ dwindling - new statistics reveal that the fears of the Docklands community have been fully realised -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Feb '18

Priced out of Walkinstown? Consider Clondalkin

Clondalkin is without question one of the best value neighbourhoods in the capital, offering prices that are affordable to most and a location within striking distance of Dublin city, making it an opt -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 31 Jan '18

A 10-point Portland plan to develop Cork

There are 10 objectives Cork should achieve over the next 10 years: (1) A set of independently, locally owned coffee shops and restaurants, which are regarded by critics as best-in-class among competi -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 23 Jan '18

Dublin Docklands Report from Owen Reilly shows Irish cash investors are dominant:

DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT HERE >>> -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Jan '18

Liberties to receive €25m makeover on Francis Street

The €25 million project will be promoted by Anthony Byrne, founder of the Tivoli Theatre. It will have an overall floor area of 10,000sq m (107,638sq ft). The design will be centred on a new civic s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Jan '18

Rapid growth leaves Swords facing crucial decisions

Fingal County Council predicts a population of more than 100,000 by 2035. By then, it will be officially an “emerging city”. By then, the long-promised Metro North should be completed. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Dec '17

Residential accommodation shortfall expected in Dublin’s docklands

Figures from Owen Reilly show that office space for around 28,000 workers is currently in planning or being built while, on the residential front, homes for a maximum of 6,500 people are expected to b -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Dec '17

181-187 Townsend Street, near College Green to be redeveloped by the Peter McVerry Trust

One of Dublin’s oldest purpose-built flat complexes, which has been vacant for almost seven years, is to be redeveloped by the Peter McVerry Trust to provide permanent housing for homeless people. -  Subscribe
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