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© The Irish Times 21 Sep '18

Planning permission granted for 8 apartments at Merrion Square townhouse

South Hill Capital has been granted planning permission for the renovation of 31 Merrion Square. Director, Andy Brainin: “We plan to create high-quality residential spaces for working professionals -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Sep '18

Galway office rents set to surge as supply falls short of demand

Cushman & Wakefield which expects prime office rents in Galway look set to rise by more than 9pc to €323 per sq m before the end of the year but, nevertheless, yields are expected to hold steady at -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Sep '18

Paul McNeive: Land Development Agency could be a game changer

It would be far better to see the State building social housing directly. However, boosting overall supply is planned to provide a minimum 40pc of social and affordable stock. Lowering prices and rent -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Sep '18

Couples earning up to €90,000 may avail of new affordable housing scheme after Budget

House-hunting couples who earn up to €90,000 a year may be able to avail of a new affordable housing scheme after the Budget. Fianna Fáil is demanding the introduction of an affordable housing s -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 20 Sep '18

Johnny Ronan to begin work on new Facebook HQ on the site of the AIB Bank Centre in Ballsbridge

The commencement of works on the 30,900 sq m (333,000 sq ft) Fibonacci Square scheme by Ronan's company, RGRE, will represent the first step in the delivery of a wider 65,000 sq m (700,000 sq ft) camp -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Sep '18

Eunan O’Carroll of Space Property Group: UK online estate agents show how outdated the Irish model has become

“PropTech” has become a popular buzzword and the arrival of the online estate agent and other online services underscore how outdated the Irish model has become. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Sep '18

Letters to Times re developers and the housing crisis

Despite the rose-tinted glasses of romantic retrospection, areas like Crumlin could be harsh places to grow up, despite the vast majority of the residents being the essence of “salt of the earth” -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 20 Sep '18

Knight Frank: Construction of new buildings on build-to-rent basis may not cut high rents

The departure of traditional landlords, who have found the tax burden too great, is "is an opportunity for professional PRS investors to fill,” Knight Frank said. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Sep '18

Tetrarch reveals plans for Citywest housing

This included private, social and affordable housing, as well as a football academy. It raised the possibility of an expansion of the Luas line, new roads, a new interchange on the N7 and links to -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Sep '18

Green Reit exits retail sector

The company, which once counted the Westend Retail Park in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, among its assets, said on Tuesday that it had reduced its retail holdings from about 20 per cent of its portfolio -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Sep '18

DEAL: Dublin 9 site with approval for 358 apartments sells for €30m

Fergus Lynch and Kieran Gannon of the Scaron company have paid more than €30 million for a 6.75-acre site on the Swords Road in Dublin 9 with planning approval for 358 apartments. The site was launc -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Sep '18

DEAL: Dutch beauty brand Rituals to open first Irish outlet at 81 Grafton Street at a rent of €450,000

The company has agreed an annual rent of €450,000 for the former H Samuel Jewellers store, which has a ground floor area of 110sq m (1,180sq ft) and a return frontage onto Johnstons Court. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Sep '18

DEAL: Hibernia Reit completes sale of New Century House for €65m

Hibernia REIT has completed the sale of New Century House in Dublin’s IFSC for €65.3 million to a fund managed by Credit Suisse Asset Management Global Real Estate. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Sep '18

DEAL: Johnny Ronan group set to buy last waterfront site in Dublin’s north docklands site for €170m

Located close to the 3 Arena, the 4.6-acre “Project Waterfront” holding includes two adjacent sites with planning permission for 420 apartments and four office blocks extending to 17,891sq m (300, -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Sep '18

Colm McCarthy: Why councils are unable to tackle housing

Putting local councillors and planning officials in the driving seat has failed and the Government's new plan is hostage to the same people. If the goal is the resolution of the housing crisis, it is -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Sep '18

Letter to Times re dereliction: the Built Heritage Investment Scheme & the Living City Initiative

DONOUGH CAHILL: Now is the time for relevant government departments and local authorities to actively work together in generating greater awareness of financial incentives for the restoration of histo -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Sep '18

Fintan O’Toole: It is insane to look to developers to solve housing crisis

Nama said that “if the receiver for the project had decided that the best way to maximise the value of the asset was through an open sale process . . . the agency was powerless to intervene”. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Sep '18

How high can they go? Six factors affecting Irish house prices

“Are there any warning signs? I don’t think so. It seems to be that we’re in for a period of continued price and rent inflation,” says John McCartney, director of Savills Ireland Research. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Sep '18

New agency in talks with State bodies to find sites for 7,000 homes

John Coleman, the agency’s interim chief executive, confirmed it was in talks with several Government bodies on acquiring sites for 7,000 homes. This second group will make up the 10,000 dwellings t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Sep '18

Investors with €5bn to spend eye up Irish rental sector

In a new analysis by CBRE Research of the so-called “build-to-rent” sector, which comprises the development of properties specifically for the rental market, the authors note that the sector has b -  Subscribe
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