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© Irish Independent 18 Dec '18

Plan to create an Irish whiskey distillery on the site of the Ballykelly Mill in Monasterevin by McKillen and Bono stuck in a moment

Officials took issue with the failure of the proposal's site notice to mention the 'Natura Impact Statement' included by the developer as part of his application. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Dec '18

Planning chiefs block Ashling aparthotel bid for Arran Quay

The project would have involved the demolition of four semi-derelict buildings adjacent to the existing Ashling Hotel. Dublin City Council had refused the plan, saying it would be contrary to devel -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Dec '18

Serviced office space take-up in Dublin rises: Savills

"Technology changes quickly, is highly globalised and often involves the formation and dissolution of task-orientated project teams - all factors that feed into a demand for flexible business space," -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Dec '18

CBRE sees strong office-leasing sector but pre-tax profits fall

They said the company had benefited from "very strong office-leasing performance, extension of our business service line offerings, and geographical expansion". But it suffered from what it called -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Dec '18

Ronald Quinlan: 'Urbeo to capitalise on State's yawning social housing gap'

Urbeo CEO Felix McKenna highlighted the opportunity these elements of the private sector presented earlier this year when he and co-founder, Bill Nowlan were seeking funding for their new venture, say -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Dec '18

Kevin Byrne: 'How housing bonds could finally unlock the crisis blighting so many communities'

A mix of property sales and rental income would be used to do this. This harnessing of external funding to provide for profitable, but affordable, housing would complement existing, directly State-fun -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Dec '18

Overestimating demand may lead to new ghost estates being built, economist warns

Research by Savills chief economist John McCartney shows the number of demolitions is far lower, and they are mainly in rural areas where demand for housing is low. No more than 4,100 units a year are -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Dec '18

DEAL: Google acquires another 7,430sq m in docklands with South Bank House and the Warehouse

Situated on Barrow Street, South Bank House was completed in 2006 and provides over 5,750sq m of grade A offices. The Warehouse sits on the waterfront to the rear of South Bank House and comprises a 1 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Dec '18

DEAL: U+I acquires 2.8-acre site on the South Circular Road for undisclosed sum

The company announced it had acquired the White Heather industrial estate on the South Circular Road in Dublin 8 on Monday. The site comprises seven warehouse buildings and a three-bedroom period home -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Dec '18

Cashback mortgages could cost borrowers €30,000 more

Cashback mortgages have increased in popularity in recent years, with lenders such as Bank of Ireland, Permanent TSB and EBS offering a proportion of a mortgage back in cash. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 17 Dec '18

New company, Intravia Capital, aims to front peer-to-peer building loans

"Our policy is to seek out the 'niche' quality development market, with experienced developers, who can deliver quality development that can provide a fair return for all stakeholders." -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Dec '18

Starwood Capital links up with Urbeo to create €1bn Irish build-to-rent platform

Urbeo, founded by Frank Kenny and Bill Nowlan, says it is focused on “matching investor needs for long-term, stable returns with those of tenants to build stable and sustainable communities of renta -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Dec '18

Overseas landlords retreat from UK property market

The overseas share of the London rental market fell by 4.7 percentage points in the past two years alone, which Ms Beveridge partly ascribed to the effects of the Brexit referendum on the pound. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Dec '18

Make houses cheaper: Government urged to reduce rate of VAT on new houses

In a letter to the Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy, Mark FitzGerald, a PII council member, said that “while this may have the effect of marginally increasing the return on some sites that are alr -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 14 Dec '18

FF seeks mortgage rate cap as part of stability agreement

The Irish Independent has learned Fianna Fáil representatives discussed ways of tightening the rules around how much interest homebuyers can be charged when they met with Central Bank officials in re -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Dec '18

Nama apologises to O’Flynn brothers over leaked information

Nama’s lawyers told the High Court on Thursday that the agency “wishes to express its sincere regret to the O’Flynns that this should have happened”, while Mr Farrell’s representative also a -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Dec '18

Profits at Savills up 4% to €5m on 2017 turnover of €46.7m down from €47.8 m in 2016

Pretax profit grew 4.16 per cent to €5 million in 2017 from €4.8 million the previous year, aided by a fall in the company’s costs to €41.7 million from €43.1 million over the same time peri -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Dec '18

New builds account for less than 8% of social homes

Figures released by the Department of Housing show just 601 were built across the Dublin region, the area of greatest social housing need. A total of 18,781 “additional housing solutions” have -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Dec '18

Dublin renters paying €156 more a month than last year: Residential Tenancies Board

Despite the imposition of price controls across much of the country in 2016, rents continue to rise by double-digit percentages across the cities of Dublin, Limerick and Waterford, the figures from th -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 12 Dec '18

DEAL: Kelly Walsh sells portfolio of creches for €7.2m

Most of the creches are located in south Dublin, with one in Wicklow. These are Park Academy at Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford; Tullyvale in Cherrywood; Eden Gate Centre in Greystones; The Park in Ca -  Subscribe
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