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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 26 Oct '21

The story of one Irish town and its empty buildings

Other than a cafe, estate agent Kieran Leavy sees no other retail businesses moving into Strokestown. He says the loss of the Bank of Ireland branch will add hours of commuting time to his working wee -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 08 Oct '21

‘Cool credentials’: Why Dublin 8 is now the 15th coolest neighbourhood in the world

The southside postcode has been dubbed the 15th coolest neighbourhood in the world to live in by the London-based magazine. Alistair Hickey, of Felicity Fox, auctioneers says it is not gentrification -  Subscribe
© Other 06 Oct '21

Concerns and opposition expressed about Merchant's Arch development

Martin Harte is CEO of the Temple Bar Company, which represents businesses in the area. He says: "I think it's a positive development - Temple Bar is subject to a number of new developments over th -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 06 Oct '21

Quintain’s €500m investment in Adamstown gets under way

Quintain has turned the sod on its €500 million urban hub investment in Adamstown, west Dublin, commencing construction on a 279-unit apartment development aimed at the build-to-rent market. UK groc -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Oct '21

Call for new train station to service 40,000 homes at proposed new City Edge development

Roger Madelin said the first homes in the new development should be low-rise apartments for “posh people” and “rich people” rather than “the most needy and dependent” to give people confid -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 27 Sep '21

Rezoning of south Dublin lands questioned by regulator

Planning regulators have told South Dublin County Council not to rezone rural land between the expanding suburbs of Lucan and Leixlip for housing, saying the area is under “considerable development -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Sep '21

Government says start date on construction of Metrolink down to planning permission

Labour TD Duncan Smith: “An affordable light rail link will not only reduce traffic from Swords to the city centre, but the MetroLink will also allow residents to commute quickly, cheaply and sustai -  Subscribe
© The Currency 17 Sep '21

After 3 years and 5 bidders, the city council has pulled plans to redevelop Dublin’s iconic Pigeon House power station

More than three years after Dublin City Council first announced plans to develop the old Pigeon House power station and hotel on the Poolbeg peninsula, it has killed the entire project off. Yesterday -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 15 Sep '21

The Best Place to Live in Ireland 2021: Which areas are the most affordable?

Cabra, Dublin 7 is the only Dublin location featured. The assessment states: "Prices in the capital are high, but Cabra represents very good value relative to other areas of Dublin." -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 07 Sep '21

‘We have Dublin prices for houses even though we are on Wexford salaries’

The explosion in properties being bought in coastal areas of Co Wexford has led to a generation of young people in living limbo, with no prospect of buying their own home. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Aug '21

Residents object to plan to lease Cabinteely apartments for social housing

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is to pay up to €2 million a year to lease a block of 81 apartments for social housing at Beechpark, Cabinteely, in south Dublin. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Jun '21

IFSC must adapt to keep up with the changing world of work: Patricia Ward

We are also getting requests from new occupiers to know who their neighbours in the IFSC will be, while others want to share multi-let buildings with similar occupiers. Our landlord clients are happy -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 11 Jun '21

Proposed sale of Tolka Park described as act of ‘cultural vandalism’

The council announced in April that it had been given the green light by the Department of Sport to progress its plans to redevelop Dalymount Park but the project is regarded as being dependent on fun -  Subscribe
© Business Post 08 Jun '21

Sandyford Business District gets little support in latest DLR plan

Despite as many as 26,000 people working there and about 5,000 living there, in retail status Sandyford is ranked below Stillorgan, Nutgrove and Cornelscourt, which the council has designated as distr -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 02 Jun '21

New Moore Street redevelopment plans feature archway to commemorate Easter Rising

Hammerson unveiled the proposal for the regeneration of the 5.5 acres site in Dublin’s north inner city, which include a fully integrated Metrolink station for O’Connell Street. -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 May '21

Sandyford set for large number of new high-residential schemes

Already, five residential developments in the pipeline include apartment blocks of more than ten storeys, and two have as many as 17 storeys, most of which could offer views over the city and Dublin B -  Subscribe
© Business Post 10 May '21

Southern comfort as Cork market heats up

Cork’s investment market has seen increased activity with a number of retail and mixed-use properties coming to the market in recent weeks. About €30 million worth of properties were available in -  Subscribe
© Business Post 03 May '21

Lidl gets go-ahead for new €5.5m Talbot Street store

Lidl has been granted planning permission by An Bord Pleanála for a €5.5 million redevelopment of the largely vacant Talbot Mall premises in Dublin’s north inner city. The new store on Talbot -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Apr '21

Disappointment and regret as Digital Hub site in Dublin’s Liberties to be redeveloped as social housing

The DHDA had “played a key role in the early days of Dublin’s development as a tech hub” but it was “no longer required in order to sustain the continued growth of the sector”, the departmen -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Mar '21

Ashford Castle operator secures green light for five-star Dublin hotel

Red Carnation Hotels (UK) has secured permission for the conversion and extension of a former Jesuit university student residence, Hatch Hall, which is located between Earlsfort Terrace and Leeson Str -  Subscribe
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