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© Irish Examiner 05 Dec '16

Jim Power: Housing policy based on shaky foundations

It would be more appropriate to focus exclusively on improving the economics of house building through the relaxation of development levies, access to cheaper financing, a reduction in the Vat rate, a -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 05 Dec '16

JD Wetherspoon Dublin plans face fresh hurdle

The appeal is based on the high number of pubs already in the Camden Street/ Wexford Street area and said approval would be “an unwelcome milestone in the current trend to completely alcoholise Camd -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 05 Dec '16

Supply of new houses to fall short amid surge of demand

ESRI warns: “Results of our analysis suggest that in the future the traditional deposit base will be unable to fund the level of credit required to meet the housing demands of the economy. This will -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Dec '16

Coveney’s rental strategy faces resistance from within Fine Gael

A number of Government sources said that, given the level of State interventions in the housing sector over the past two years or so, it may not be desirable to make further dramatic, market-altering -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Dec '16

Social housing: Community group to block construction start

Housing co-operative Nabco was granted permission in 2008 to build the houses at a Dublin City Council-owned site at Cherry Orchard Park in west Ballyfermot, but the development did not go ahead due t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Dec '16

Builders’ bid for smaller apartments sparks Ministers’ fury

Pleas from the Construction Industry Federation for further State concessions for developers, including a radical reduction in apartment sizes, were firmly rejected by Ministers at a meeting last week -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 01 Dec '16

Crosbie denies bid to obstruct Nama probe

Harry Crosbie "entirely repudiates" claims by a Nama company he is obstructing its efforts to establish his assets for the purpose of recovering a €77m judgment, his lawyer has told the Commercial C -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 01 Dec '16

Swathe of fashion chains to hit the market next year

Fashion mainstays including Coast, Oasis and Warehouse are being put up for sale as part of an effort to recover money for creditors of failed Icelandic bank Kaupthing. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 01 Dec '16

Zanzibar Hotel, 34 to 37 Ormond Quay, to sell for more than twice €5m guide

The sale of the Zanzibar Hotel development on Dublin's Ormond Quay is expected to be agreed shortly for a sum in excess of €10m. SHARE The figure represents a premium of more than 100pc on the € -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Dec '16

Top property sales 2016 – who bought and sold

Top of the list was the purchase in May of Alston at 19 Temple Road for a whopping €10.225 million when former Paddy Power boss Patrick Kennedy traded up from his home on nearby Palmerston Road. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Dec '16

Mortgage approval rate continues strong upward trend

First-time buyers continue to account for the largest share of approvals, but approvals for movers are now growing at a faster pace, the figures show. In the three months to October, the value of app -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 Dec '16

Rental sector that is ‘fair to all’ needed for landlords and tenants

“We need to understand the type of landlord sector we have,” she said. “We have 174,000 landlords registered with us. Typically, these landlords own only one property, the majority of them - whe -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 30 Nov '16

Joe Gill: Actions to kickstart housing market must be applauded

Of course, any engagement with housing risks interfering with market forces, and one of the great risks currently is that house prices move forward aggressively. We must assume that was a key factor i -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 30 Nov '16

This Dragon's Den star is selling his holiday home to help the homelessness crisis

Barry's generous donation, expected to fetch at least €300,000 at auction on December 6, will provide the charities with deposits to buy at least 15 homes for homeless families or individuals, accor -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Nov '16

New plan for Dublin city puts emphasis on housing strategy

The new Dublin City Development Plan, which was adopted in September by city councillors, came into effect last month, bringing to a conclusion a two-year statutory review period which included three -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Nov '16

DEAL: Sandyford office block, Ballymoss House, sells for €13.65m after year on market

A partially vacant modern office block at Sandyford has sold a year after going on the market. U+I and Colony Capital have paid €13.65 million for Ballymoss House, at the junction of Ballymoss and C -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Nov '16

DEAL: Skechers opens new shop in MacDonagh Junction

Skechers opened its 15th Irish store last Friday in the MacDonagh Junction Shopping Centre in Kilkenny. The company is trading out of a unit of 231sq m (2,486sq ft) alongside H&M, River Island, JD Spo -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Nov '16

First-time buyers’ deposit scheme to go live on January 3rd

First-time buyers hoping to complete the purchase of their first home in 2017 will be able to apply for their 5 per cent tax rebate as early as January 3rd, the Revenue Commissioners have said. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Nov '16

Google may buy office block in Dublin docklands

Google is in negotiations to buy an office block at East Point Business Park in the Dublin docklands where it already rents five buildings. Block L extends to 3,716sq m (40,000sq ft) and is likely to -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Nov '16

DEAL: IFSC office block sale nets investors substantial profit

2 Harbourmaster Place, bought exactly two years ago by two investment groups for €37.85 million, has changed hands again at €53.75 million, showing an increased valuation of almost €16 million. -  Subscribe
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