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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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© The Irish Times 29 Aug '17

Rent pressure zone landlords ‘imposed illegal price hikes’

Rosalind Carroll, director of the RTB, said the increases in applications reflected the severe pressure felt by tenants in the market, but warned against a rush to introduce new protections. -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 29 Aug '17

Cork CIF: Help fund builders in the regions

The difficulties for small housebuilders to secure finance outside of Dublin could “derail” the Government’s housing strategy, the Cork branch of the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has s -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Aug '17

Property developer Noel Smyth plans 9-storey hotel in Dublin city centre

His company, Fitzwilliam Real Estate Properties, plans to demolish several building on Liffey Street and Middle Abbey Street on the north side of the city. Motel One, a leading budget hotel chain in -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Aug '17

BNP Paribas: Dublin suburban offices drive Q2 investment

While that level of transactional activity was low compared to previous quarters, the head of research at BNP Paribas, Joan Henry, said it reflected a "maturing" of the Irish investment market cycle. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Aug '17

Proximity to school now a priority for a third of young housebuyers

Mark Stafford: "Across our branches we estimate school catchment is in the top two priorities for purchase in about 60pc of cases in the 25 to 45 age group. We would think schools take top precedent i -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 29 Aug '17

High Court challenge launched to block €15m Lidl development

The challenge has been brought by company director Donal Daly, of London, England, who owns a property known as Glenmalure, Castleknock, which adjoins the site which Lidl wants to develop. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Aug '17

Times editorial: Planning is key to good housing

Comprehensive planning has never been a strong point in the Irish political system. Under pressure, a “sure t’will do” approach is frequently adopted, with predictable consequences. That is why -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Aug '17

Local property tax must be based on new valuations says think tank

Public Policy, an independent think tank chaired by Professor Frank Convery and funded by Atlantic Philanthropies, in a recent paper says that using current valuations is “important in sustaining pu -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Aug '17

Low-density development levy needed, says Housing Agency head

John O’Connor says development levies should be proportionate to the density of housing schemes being produced, meaning builders providing higher-density accommodation would pay a lower levy. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 29 Aug '17

Scrapping Help-to-Buy would be a mistake, says housing official

An independent review of the scheme is currently being carried out by consultancy firm Indecon after both the current Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar expressed concerns t -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Aug '17

Adamstown: Better transport network needed to clear congestion

Senior council planner Brian Keaney concedes traffic is an issue for west Dublin. “There’ll be 8,000 new homes in Clonburris, and that will generate traffic, there’s no two ways about it. But n -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Aug '17

Adamstown restarts after a decade in the doldrums

For the first time since the economic crash, house building in Adamstown has at last become “viable” again, according to developers , with almost 70 per cent of homes selling for under €300,000, -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 28 Aug '17

Plans for over 8,000 new Dublin homes to be published in weeks

Approximately 280 hectares of land at Clonburris, to the east of Adamstown along the Dublin-Kildare railway line, has been designated a strategic development zone (SDZ) to tackle the capital’s housi -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 24 Aug '17

Carrigaline has lowest Cork commercial vacancy rate

The research from economic consultants DKM and GeoDirectory — a body jointly established by An Post and Ordnance Survey Ireland — found Carrigaline had a commercial vacancy of 8.3% in the second q -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 24 Aug '17

Dublin office market records strongest take-up since 2008: Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield expect that as the year progresses, pre-lets will increase further and approach 50pc. Of the space due for delivery before year end 2017 alone, 42pc is either pre-let or reserved. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Aug '17

Dublin City Council scheme shines light on housing costs

Since the 1980s, successive Irish governments have moved away from funding large-scale social housing projects, deeming the private market a more efficient model for dealing with the State’s housing -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Aug '17

Short-term lets that flout planning law will be tackled, says Minister

Mr Murphy said his department is close to agreeing a memorandum of understanding with Airbnb which will ensure the online accommodation service is being used appropriately by homeowners. He said ther -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Aug '17

Rising rents: ‘The search has been shocking and stressful’

I’m happy to see the work that Ronan Lyons is doing, but .. his reports never account for the quality of accommodation being offered or the conditions landlords are setting - I’ve seen landlords a -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Aug '17

Rising rents: ‘I feel betrayed. I’ve taken care of their home like it was mine’

“This is truly another banking issue with landlords as the scapegoat. If banks had better mortgage laws it would give people a better opportunity to either own a home or find somewhere to rent.” -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Aug '17

High-end barges to help house students left at sea in the accommodation crisis

A Galway-based letting agency is planning to use high-end barges to accommodate hundreds of students who are unable to find somewhere to live. The housing crisis has prompted Winters Property Manageme -  Subscribe
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