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Government Infrastructure Spending Needs to Get More Bang for its Buck

#PPP

Posted Wednesday, 20th of September

The government has responded to the country’s critical infrastructure deficit in housing and other sectors by committing to increase public investment over the next few years but given the scale […]

Architecture

C+W O’Brien Achieve Third Straight Notification of Grant of Planning with DCC

#CWOBRIEN #OrmondQuay

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C+ W O’Brien are delighted to have achieved their third straight notification of grant of planning with Dublin City Council for Ormond Quay Aparthotel development. A straight notification of grant […]

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CIS – Celebrating 45 Years in Business

#AMEN #CIS #ConstructionBible

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2017 represents a milestone for Construction Information Services (CIS) as it celebrates 45 years since the 1st issue of the CIS Report was produced. Since then it has become the […]

Commercial Property

Ireland’s Most Dynamic Workspace Announced for Iconic Dublin Location

#iconic

Posted Monday, 18th of September

Iconic Offices today announced they are set to open Ireland’s most dynamic state-of-the-art flexible workspace on Dublin’s ‘Iconic’ square, St. Stephen’s Green. Conveniently located opposite St. Stephen’s Green park in […]

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ISIF to Potentially Assist in Funding Housing Crisis

#rebuildingireland

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Cash from the old National Pension Reserve Fund could pay for a ramp-up in housebuilding, according to draft proposals drawn up for Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy and circulated to the […]

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Host in Ireland to Explore Economic Impact of Regional Data Hosting at Datacloud Ireland

#datacloudireland

Posted Friday, 15th of September

Host in Ireland Founder and President, Garry Connolly, to Discuss the Role of Data Centres on the Growth of the Irish Economy Host in Ireland, a strategic global initiative created […]

Commercial Property

New 520-Seat Venue Planned for Pearse Street

Posted Thursday, 14th of September

Developers are bidding to construct a new entertainment venue on the site of the old Screen cinema on Pearse Street in Dublin. In the application, the Marlet Property Group, led […]

Construction

One of Largest Housing Developments in South Dublin Launches

#savills

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The first phase of Clay Farm, Leopardstown, Dublin 18, comes to the market this weekend. Clay Farm is one of the largest housing developments to launch in Dublin 18 since […]

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CIF Women in Construction Breakfast Briefing

#WIC

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The CIF will host our second Women in Construction Breakfast Briefing event #BuildingEquality from 8am to 10am on Tuesday 26th of September at Construction House. This is event follows on […]

Construction

‘Guaranteed Irish’ Highlights Key Challenges for Construction Sector

#constructionmonth #guaranteedIrish

Posted Monday, 11th of September

Brexit, skilled labour shortages, and the slow progress in implementing sustainable housing policies are key challenges facing suppliers to the construction sector, according to Guaranteed Irish. The business membership organisation held […]

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Irish Construction Sector Slowed for a Third Consecutive Month

#construction #PMI

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The construction sector continued to experience solid, though slightly slower, growth in August according to the latest results of the Ulster Bank Construction PMI survey – a monthly barometer of […]

Architecture

London’s Nova Victoria crowned UK’s Ugliest building

#Carbunclecup

Posted Thursday, 7th of September

A London office block described as a “bright red hideous mess” has been named the UK’s worst building. Nova, a pair of London office buildings developed by Land Securities Group […]