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Planning Granted for Cairn Homes Development at Montrose


Posted Thursday, 17th of September

Cairn Homes have been granted planning permission by An Bord Pleanala for the residential development of its 8.7 acre site at Montrose, Dublin 4. The planning grant will enable Cairn […]


Castlehaven Finance Backs Cork Developer’s Exit from NAMA


Posted Tuesday, 15th of September

Castlehaven Finance has agreed to advance a loan facility of over €30 million to companies controlled by Cork developers Denis O’Flynn to refinance a portfolio of the developer’s properties previously […]


Full-Year Operating Profit at Cairn Homes slides to €20m


Posted Thursday, 10th of September

Cairn Homes said on Thursday it has agreed to buy a 1.35-acre site in Dublin from a company linked to one of its founding directors, Scottish accountant Alan McIntosh, for […]


Gemino Systems Announce Partnership with SIG Ireland


Posted Friday, 4th of September

Gemino System is an exclusive Italian modular fully integrated partition company that is entering the Irish market with a storm.  The Gemino GX partitions offer a flexible modular workspace partition […]

Commercial Property

Diageo Partner with Ballymore for St James Gate

Posted Thursday, 3rd of September

Sean Mulryan’s property development company Ballymore has been chosen by Diageo to develop part of the Guinness Brewery as a new urban centre. Guinness’s parent, Diageo, announced plans in 2017 to redevelop […]


Castlehaven Finance Backs Eastwise’s Hartfield Place Development


Posted Friday, 28th of August

Castlehaven Finance have agreed to loan a development facility of €65.8 million to Eastwise Group to finance the construction of a large residential development on a key site on Swords […]


Cogent Associates Appointed Project Manager on €200M Opera Site

#Cogent #limerick2030

Posted Thursday, 27th of August

The commencement of works at Limerick’s Opera Site will trigger the most important and timely economic stimulant of modern times in the city, Limerick Twenty Thirty (LTT) has stated today. […]


Hammerson Appoint Design Team for Dublin Central Project


Posted Wednesday, 26th of August

Irish architects Grafton, RKD and MOLA join Acme to advance ambitious regeneration Hammerson has announced the appointment of a design team for its planned regeneration project in Dublin’s north inner-city […]


Is there a need for new financial and construction housing models in Ireland?


Posted Tuesday, 25th of August

As cost consultants and experts in residential, Duke McCaffrey have seen an increase in new-build apartments which aligns with the changing household model in Ireland.  For many in our sector, […]


Employee Mental Wellbeing Major Safety Concern for Construction Companies


Posted Monday, 24th of August

A survey carried out by Empathy Research on behalf of the Construction Industry Federation has shown that mental well-being has become a significant safety concern for construction companies. Commenting on […]


Ireland’s Growth Rate Expected to Slow During 20/21 Before Rebounding in 2022

Posted Wednesday, 12th of August

Although Ireland has moved into Phase 3 of post-COVID-19 recovery, the risk of disruption remains, with delayed project starts and completions, increased fixed costs and uncertainty around workload making future […]


Goodbody Raises Forcast for Housing Completions

Posted Friday, 7th of August

The slump in home building because of Covid-19 has been much less severe than feared, particularly in rural areas where one-off house construction is the norm. Stockbroker Goodbody previously warned […]