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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 17 Nov '17

Limerick secures EU funds for multi-million euro office project

Yesterday, European Investment Bank (EIB) vice president Andrew McDowell signed an €85m loan contract for the scheme, and the separate Council of Europe Bank is to provide a matching loan. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 09 Nov '17

Dublin 2 is Ireland’s most affluent area, census analysis shows: Pobal

The index scores areas using indicators such as unemployment rates, educational attainment , housing tenure and lone-parent ratio, applying these to small areas, local electoral divisions and counties -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 09 Nov '17

Tale of two suburbs: Deprived in Darndale, croquet in Ballsbridge

The area, 9km from the city centre, is the most disadvantaged area in Dublin, according to Pobal. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 26 Oct '17

Largest number of residential property sales recorded in Dublin 15

Angela Keegan, managing director of said that while the increase in the number of sales was positive the continuing sprawl of the city up to and beyond the M50 was a concern. -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Oct '17

Plans for College Green area make it a magnet for investors

Butlers Chocolates has begun fitting out its new premises at 117 Grafton Street, a high-profile unit located near the street’s intersection with College Green. Extending to 68sq m (732sq ft) across -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 22 Oct '17

Row over Long Stone pub could delay Apollo House sale

That redevelopment is due to be “imminently commenced” and it is “imperative”, for the development to be done in line with planning permission, including demolition works the receivers want to -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 19 Oct '17

Priced out of Harold’s Cross? Consider Crumlin

“Many families in the area are buying the two-beds and adding on extensions to turn them into four-beds, while keeping garden space,” says Eoin Gorry, an estate agent with DNG Terenure. -  Subscribe
© Irish Independent 11 Oct '17

'Innovation corridor' to include Diageo site

Dublin City Council and the IDA are working on plans for an 'innovation corridor' in Dublin 8, which will include a newly-developed site at Diageo's St James's Gate, St James's Hospital and the Nation -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 08 Oct '17

Priced out of Glasnevin? Consider Finglas

Aidan Horan, director of Horan Estates: "We’re also seeing professionals with young families buying because they can’t afford to buy in other parts of the city. Many of these buyers are looking to -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 18 Sep '17

Council urged to reopen 16 empty bedsits on St Laurence’s Park in Stillorgan

The continued dereliction and vacancy of almost 16 units of social housing, in the heart of Stillorgan, Co Dublin, is a “disgrace,” “scandalous” and “very sad”, according to residents and -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 17 Sep '17

Priced out of Clontarf or Sutton? There’s value in Raheny

Wayne O’Brien, manger local DNG branch: "“All Saints properties are being bought as starter family homes. Young families trying to get a foothold in the property market. Then a step up from that y -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Sep '17

Fingal estate agents say saleable housing is hard to come by

While Mr Robertson said his agency had a consistent flow of 14 or 15 properties available for sale at any one time, Terry O’Reilly, an estate agent in Portmarnock, said he only had half the amount o -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 13 Sep '17

CIÉ seeks partner to develop Connolly Station site

The site, which could accommodate a major mixed-use scheme of 68,284sq m (735,000sq ft), is being offered by way of a development agreement subject to an annual site licence fee, followed by the highe -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 05 Sep '17

Clontarf residents and council trade insults in homeless hub row

A row broke out between Dublin Regional Homeless Executive and residents of Clontarf after the Housing Agency bought a former bed and breakfast in a pair of red-brick Victorian houses on St Lawrence R -  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 26 Jun '17

Wetherspoon to spend €15m on Dublin ‘superpub’ and hotel

Some 200 jobs will be created at the site, which is currently a row of derelict properties on Camden Street. “We are looking forward to developing the site into a fantastic pub and hotel,” said W -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 26 Jun '17

Home-owners near new Dublin runway to be offered 30% extra to sell

Owners of homes near the future second runway at Dublin Airport are to be offered 30 per cent above market value to sell up. Last year Dublin airport management (DAA) proposed a premium of 20 per cen -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 23 Jun '17

Clonkeen College in Deansgrange threatens action against Brothers over sale of pitches

It emerged earlier this month the school had been told on May 3rd a “legally binding” contract had been entered into with Durkan Residential, to sell the playing fields for a reported €18 millio -  Subscribe
© The Irish Times 14 Jun '17

Foxrock facing ‘existential threat,’ residents’ group claims

“This is the place of Samuel Beckett. We’ve got Georgian houses, we’ve got low density, one of the highest concentrations of trees in any village, we have stone walls, we have a village feel, we -  Subscribe
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