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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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© Irish Independent 03 May '18

Paul McNeive: Brexit fallout sees UK developers looking for opportunities in Ireland

It is names such as U + I Group PLC, Brookfield, Quintain and others that are cropping up — and particularly in pursuit of large-scale urban regeneration schemes. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 03 May '18

Wealthy Irish dominate sales at Lansdowne Place

Spokesperson for Chartered Land: "All of our buyers to date, bar one, are Irish citizens, either resident here in Ireland, or Irish diaspora. Lansdowne Place is built to the highest of international s -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 May '18

State needs to build ‘tens of thousands’ of apartments, Minister says

Mr Murphy will introduce new planning guidelines in July, which will allow for higher apartment blocks with fewer windows, in a bid to promote higher-density building in urban areas. “We have the -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 03 May '18

State owns enough zoned land to build 114,000 homes

The figures have been collated by architect and housing policy expert Mel Reynolds. Drawing on Nama and local authorities’ data, Mr Reynolds calculates the State controls 3,008 hectares of land zone -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 May '18

Stamp duty and shortage of workers put pressure on building industry

A report by Joanne Kelly, partner with accountants PwC and Áine Myler, director general of the Society of Chartered Surveyors, says the Dublin market absorbed the tax increase. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 May '18

Park Place in Dublin 2 set to expand into old Eircom exchange

The developer has lodged plans with Dublin City Council to build Four Park Place, a top-of-the-range office building that will replace a former telephone exchange building on Adelaide Road. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 02 May '18

DEAL: JD Sports to pay €2.15m for Jervis Shopping Centre flagship store

JD will pay an annual rent of €2.15 million for its extensive outlet, which will also incorporate the adjoining 427sq m (4,600sq ft) currently occupied by Next. That trader is to be compensated for -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 01 May '18

'Serious concerns' over Goodman-backed office block

Dublin City Council has flagged "very serious concerns" over plans by the Goodman family for a €100m city centre office development and put them on hold. The planning authority has delayed the am -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 May '18

DEAL: Tenants in Elysian face rent hikes following sale to Kennedy Wilson

The California-based landlord confirmed on Monday it has bought the Elysian Tower for €87.5 million from previous owner, another US fund, Blackstone. Mary Ricks, Kennedy Wilson Europe’s chief e -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 May '18

HRI and council in row over levy on €79m land at Leopardstown

State agency Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) is weighing plans for housing, a hotel and a school on land it owns at Leopardstown in Dublin that a local council has classed as a vacant site. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 May '18

21 years to save for a deposit in Dublin as housing crisis deepens

Research carried out by Prosperous Financial has found that Dubliners earning the average wage (€36,919 a year) are left with just €127.24 per month after covering rent and living expenses. This i -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 01 May '18

Is the negative equity era over? Depends on where - and what - you bought

Property prices on a national basis are now back at levels last seen in May 2005. Figures from the Central Statistics Office confirm the property price index is standing at 102.5 – just behind the f -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Apr '18

[Needs SBP sub] Karl Deeter: The Airbnb malaise is a symptom, not a cause

Blaming the website for a lack of housing supply is like putting your fever down to your thermometer -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Apr '18

[Needs SBP sub] The housing market finally swings into action

The spring new homes market got off to a slow and patchy start this year, thanks in great part to late spring snowstorms prolonging a seemingly endless winter season. That inclement weather, coupled w -  Subscribe
© Business Post 30 Apr '18

[Needs SBP sub] A market of moderation: New homes moving smoothly but not swiftly

The success or failure of our sensitive new homes market is at the whim of an extraordinary number of moving parts and remains in dire straits. And while things are improving in terms of an increase i -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Apr '18

What sold for €320k or less in Dún Laoghaire, Crumlin, East Wall and Tramore

Apartment 6, 19 Summerhill Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin ... 326 Kildare Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12 ... 139 Pearse Park, Sallynoggin, Co Dublin ... 2 Forth Road, East Wall, Dublin 3 -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Apr '18

Davy seeks to double size of Irish property fund

Davy’s Irish Property Fund, where holdings include a controlling stake in the Nutgrove Shopping Centre in Rathfarnham in south Dublin, is understood to be seeking fresh investment as it plans to dou -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 30 Apr '18

Numbers getting mortgage approval falls by 8% in year to March

According to figures published on Monday by the Banking and Payments Federation, the value of mortgage approvals fell by 3 per cent in the year to March 2018, down to €763 million, and on a volume b -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 27 Apr '18

Major docklands revival driving Cork City growth

At Albert Quay in the city centre, the first phase of O'Callaghan Properties' Navigation Square amounting to 148,500 sq ft is due to be completed in November. Clearstream, a division of Deutsche Börs -  Subscribe
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