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Over 30,000 Visits to During Open House Festival Weekend

Posted Monday, 14th of October

Buildings across Dublin attracted over 30,000 visits from interested members of the public this weekend, as the annual Open House architectural festival saw iconic landmarks, historic houses and private homes […]


Construction Activity Falls for First Time in Six Years



Construction activity fell last month for the first time in six years. The Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for September published today finds that activity slumped to 48.3 […]


Irish Construction Firm Townmore Opens New Office in Cork


Posted Monday, 7th of October

Irish construction firm Townmore has opened new offices in Cork to support its growing pipeline of work in the region. Headquartered in Offaly, with offices in Dublin and London, Irish-owned […]


Housing and Infrastructure Gaps will Exacerbate Brexit Fallout

#CIF #CIFConference #SBP

Posted Thursday, 3rd of October

The housing crisis and infrastructure gaps were the focus at the CIF Annual Conference yesterday in Croke Park.  The event was attended by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Housing Minister […]

Commercial Property

Colliers International Dublin Announce Senior Appointment



Colliers International Dublin have announced the recent appointment of Aoife Murray as Associate Director to its Capital Markets Team. Aoife, an established Chartered Surveyor with over 13 year’s experience in the […]

Commercial Property

New Office Block on Pembroke Row Guiding €55 per sq.ft.



6 Pembroke Row, a new Grade A Dublin 2 office building – extending to 26,716 sq ft – will accommodate up to 300 office workers upon its completion in Q3 […]

Commercial Property

Investment Spend Set to Exceed €5Billion by Year End



CBRE Ireland has released figures for the volume and value of investment properties traded in the Irish market in the first nine months of 2019, which shows that 109 investment […]


Shares in Cairn Decline as House Prices Fall for 3rd Consecutive Quarter

Posted Tuesday, 1st of October

SHARES in stock market-listed home builders Cairn and Glenveagh were hit yesterday after a report showed residential prices were falling in Dublin. A house price index from the Irish Independent […]


Rachel Kenny Urges Public Representatives to be More Responsible in Approach to High-Density



One of Ireland’s most senior planners has urged public representatives to be more “responsible” in their approach to high-density housing and resist “nimby” attitudes to sustainable developments. Rachel Kenny, director […]

Commercial Property

€8.4m for Development Land Next to Liffey Valley Shopping Centre


Posted Wednesday, 25th of September

7.44 acres of land ripe for development adjacent to Liffey Valley Shopping Centre – one of Ireland’s leading retail destinations – have been placed on the market with a combined […]


CyrusOne Begins Construction of Largest Colocation Data Centre in Ireland


Posted Monday, 23rd of September

CyrusOne has officially broken ground on its first data centre campus in Dublin, Ireland named Dublin I. The new facility will be located in Grange Castle Business Park South with […]

Commercial Property

1,000 Brexit-Related Public Sector Jobs have been Created in Ireland

#Brexit #savills


1,000 public sector jobs have been created as a direct result of Brexit, according to a new report from property advisor, Savills Ireland. The report finds that public administration has […]