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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 25 Oct '18

U+I chief: US tech giants driving Dublin market

Matthew Weiner: "You've seen the data coming out on the number of banks and other companies applying for licences in Dublin. It's not going to be a two million square foot [requirement], but a 100,000 -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Oct '18

New mortgage lending at Bank of Ireland jumps by a quarter

Overall and customer loan volumes were €76.6bn at the end of September, an increase of €0.5bn since the end of December 2017, according to an interim management statement from the group. Custom -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Oct '18

How more than 10,000 social houses are under-occupied as crisis deepens

In an extreme example, there are 195 four and five-bedroom homes across the city which are occupied by just one person. At the same time, larger households are forced to live in over-crowded condition -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 25 Oct '18

Landlords face new Airbnb ban from next June

Professional landlords will have to secure a commercial planning permission to lease their properties on a short-term basis on sites including Airbnb - which is unlikely to be granted in areas of high -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 25 Oct '18

Sports Direct takes full control of House of Fraser in Dundrum

Retail sources said Mr Ashley’s company, which in August paid £90 million (€102 million) to buy the entire House of Fraser group out of insolvency proceedings overseen by EY, took immediate posse -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Oct '18

Davy Irish Property Fund wins European investment award

Davy Real Estate’s Davy Irish Property Fund (DIPF) has won the MSCI European Property Investment Award 2018 for best performing fund in the Irish market over the three-year period 2015–2017. This -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 24 Oct '18

‘New heart for old city’: Galway’s massive regeneration scheme

Creating a seamless link between Galway city centre and the Atlantic in its back garden is a theme of developer Gerry Barrett’s plans for “Ceannt Quarter”, the CIÉ-owned 8.2-acre site around Ce -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 23 Oct '18

'Time to re-imagine our cities - we need to build up, not semi-Ds' - Dermot Bannon

"The very obvious thing is that our city isn't dense enough," said Bannon. "You can live in apartments, if you had proper storage and a green place or parks for kids to play. We tend to build three -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Oct '18

Dublin council raises concerns over €35m Dawson Street project

Plans for a €35 million extension of the Dawson Hotel in central Dublin and refurbishment of the Royal Irish Automobile Club (RIAC) private members club next door have received a setback. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Oct '18

Johnny Ronan group acquires 4.6 acres Project Waterfront docklands site for €180m

A joint venture company formed by the Irish property developer Johnny Ronan and US investment group Colony Capital has bought a 4.6 acre site in the heart of Dublin’s docklands for a price in excess -  Subscribe
© The Property Week 22 Oct '18

Myles Clarke appointed managing director of CBRE in Ireland

CBRE has today announced the appointment of Myles Clarke as Managing Director of its Ireland business based in Dublin. Myles will join CBRE in mid-November having had a successful career with RBS wher -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 21 Oct '18

Johnny Ronan will appeal again as tower plan for Tara Street is rejected

"We are very disappointed by this decision. The height of our proposal is fully compliant with Dublin City Council's own Local Area Plan (LAP) for the site. We will appeal this decision to An Bord Ple -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 21 Oct '18

Just 33 affordable mortgages drawn down in Dublin city

According to Dublin City Council, 33 loans, worth €7 million, or an average loan of €212,840, have been drawn down by the end of September. Given a deposit of 10 per cent, this would indicate an a -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 19 Oct '18

Airbnb shut out of rent-a-room relief

"Rent a Room was aimed particularly at the student digs market. The new ‘28-day rule’ confirms the Revenue interpretation that Airbnb lettings were not exempt from tax,” said Brian Keegan, direc -  Subscribe
© Irish Examiner 19 Oct '18

Warning ‘warehoused mortgages’ is next crisis

Pádraic Kissane: "I am at meetings with clients and the bank cannot tell me who has the keys, nobody knows who has the keys, and the property is empty. It is astonishing,” -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Oct '18

Wild geese to return early - but it's not clear where we are going to put them

Given that 55pc of enquiries for properties being made from the UK are from those born in Ireland and based in Britain, they are the generation that likely left in the 80s recession and more latterly -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 19 Oct '18

Families to save in home loan and health shake-up

The mortgage market is in line for a shake-up as Finance Ireland signalled its intention to become a key player with the purchase of the home-loans business of Pepper Money. It plans to grow the Pe -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Oct '18

Dublin office market set for ‘remarkable year’: Cushman & Wakefield

Ronan Corbett, head of offices at Cushman & Wakefield: “The level of take-up represents a strong and growing market that looks like it will continue into 2019. Large technology companies dominate de -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 18 Oct '18

Ronan Lyons: Housing outmuscled by health

We have actually had a corporate tax windfall of nearly the same amount - €11bn. But instead of spending it on getting the social housing system we need, we have largely spent it on propping up the -  Subscribe
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