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© Business Post 23 Oct '17

Karl Deeter: What have we done?

Those who say we can’t give away land miss the point: we’re punishing all of society for bad management -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Oct '17

Coillte to move into housing development on Co Galway site

Speaking to The Irish Times, Mark Foley, managing director of Coillte Land Solutions, said it hoped to receive planning permission in mid to late 2018 but had yet to decide how it will proceed to the -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Oct '17

O'Malley Homes has ended its relationship with US investment fund Cerberus

The company - one of Ireland's major developers - has had its loans refinanced by Bank of Ireland and the WLR Cardinal Mezzanine Fund, the Sunday Independent understands. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 22 Oct '17

Nama would be a big winner from Murphy's high rise Dublin plan

This includes the Block Three site near the new Central Bank building. It has planning for 500 units. Another big winner would be the site near North Wall Quay known as Block Nine. Also standing t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Oct '17

Row over Long Stone pub could delay Apollo House sale

That redevelopment is due to be “imminently commenced” and it is “imperative”, for the development to be done in line with planning permission, including demolition works the receivers want to -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Oct '17

State body, Solas, sued over condition of Mespil Road property

Davy Target Investments plc (DTI) says the Mespil Road premises is a “multimillion-euro asset” which has been left “in a significant state of disrepair”. Its expert advice is that it will cost -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Oct '17

CBRE acquire tech-focused real estate brokerage

Paddy Conlon, an executive director in CBRE Dublin, said the Custom Spaces acquisition will be of value to tech companies who “operate in an incredibly dynamic environment”. “There are very fe -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Oct '17

Sherry FitzGerald profit jumps 64%

The increase comes as “the historical commitment to invest and retain people during the challenging years of the recession began to bear fruit”, the company said. However, in its business review -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Oct '17

Tracker scandal: is your bank playing fair...or not?

So what have each of Ireland’s mortgage lenders disclosed so far and what is yet to come? -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Oct '17

Green areas in suburbs ripe for housing - Dublin city chief, Owen Keegan

“I think parts of these sites, many of which are pretty useless spaces which don’t offer much in the way of amenity, could be used to provide higher-rise units, in the five-eight story range.” -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Oct '17

Owen Keegan: Homeowners holding Dublin to low-rise ‘ransom’

Dublin must not be “held to ransom” by homeowners who want to block the development of high-density housing and taller apartment buildings, Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan has said -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Oct '17

Residents near St Anne’s Park say houses will ‘damage’ community

The plans, now run by another property developer, Tom Crean has increased substantially to 104 houses and 432 apartments – most on the church lands, but more than 100 houses on parkland. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Oct '17

Interview with Sherry FItzGerarld chief executive, Steven McKenna

Two new franchisees will be recruited in the “coming months”. “We would have a couple of acquisitions in the pipeline for the residential business that we’re looking at...niche players in area -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Oct '17

Ireland’s housing crisis is ‘completely normal’: outgoing chairman of the Housing Agency Conor Skehan

“We are at the end of a classic five-year period, which occurs at the end of a housing crash. The first two years are stopping to work out has the actual building finished collapsing around us.” -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Oct '17

DEAL: Iceland to open store in Shannon

Iceland Foods Ireland Ltd has signed a deal for 8,700 sq ft on the ground floor at Skycourt Shopping Centre in Shannon. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Oct '17

Paul McNeive: The best leaders make time to think about the 'big picture' to stay ahead

How can you predict what is going to happen, and capitalise on it? For inspiration, it's useful to look at how some of the most-successful companies in the world have done it. The interesting thing is -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Oct '17

Priced out of Harold’s Cross? Consider Crumlin

“Many families in the area are buying the two-beds and adding on extensions to turn them into four-beds, while keeping garden space,” says Eoin Gorry, an estate agent with DNG Terenure. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Oct '17

Mortgage rates help make AIB ‘most profitable’ euro zone bank

The average rate on new Irish variable mortgages stood at 3.38 per cent in July, compared with 1.84 per cent across the broader euro zone, according to Central Bank data published last month. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Oct '17

Tara Street tower appeal to be public

An Bord Pleanála has set aside two days next week to conduct an oral hearing into developer Johnny Ronan's appeal against Dublin City Council's rejection of plans by Ronan Group Real Estate to build -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Oct '17

Meet apartment living version 2.0.

Ardilea Crescent, Clonskeagh offers prospective homeowners light, space and ample storage. There is storage space galore in each unit, about 8 cubic metres in total, as well as a small utility room to -  Subscribe
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