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Limerick City Launches Major new Programme of Compulsory Purchase Orders on Derelict Sites Across Limerick

Posted Wednesday, 5th of December

Limerick City and County Council has this week signalled a significant intensification of its ongoing efforts to tackle dereliction in the city and county, with the publication of notice of […]


Dublin Landing PRS Scheme Set to Reach €200m in Sale


Posted Tuesday, 4th of December

Upwards of a dozen parties are understood to have expressed an interest in the 268 luxury apartments being offered for sale at ‘Dublin Landings Residential’, the exclusive private rented sector […]


Bartra Awarded Planning Permission for 20 Apartments in Dublin 4

Posted Monday, 3rd of December

Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital has been given the green light to demolish a guesthouse on one of the country’s most exclusive roads to build a luxury apartment complex in its […]


Construction Industry Continues to Battle with Skills Shortages


Posted Thursday, 22nd of November

Lingering doubts about the long-term sustainability of the Irish construction sector is thwarting efforts to recruit overseas workers, a major building company has said. The Economic and Social Research Institute […]

Commercial Property

Capital Dock Development Reaches Completion


Posted Monday, 19th of November

Kennedy Wilson and its equity partners reached a new milestone with the completion of Capital Dock, one of the largest mixed-use developments ever built that is transforming Dublin’s South Docklands. […]


Rebuilding Semi-detached Home Soars to €227,440


Posted Thursday, 15th of November

The costs of rebuilding a home after a fire or a major flood — yardsticks used by insurance firms — is at least €227,440 in some areas, up 5.5% in […]


Continued Growth in Construction Industry – Ulsterbank PMI

Posted Monday, 12th of November

Growth in construction continued in October, but the pace of expansion slowed to its lowest rate in more than three years, the latest figures show. Ulster Bank’s construction purchasing managers’ index […]

Commercial Property

Office Space for Busy Bees in Sandyford’s New Hive Block

Posted Wednesday, 7th of November

Construction is under way on another substantial office block in Sandyford, Dublin 18. The Hive, which will be ready for occupation in the second quarter of 2019, extends to 6,780sq m […]


Property Bridges launches Ireland’s first Peer to Peer Property loans

Posted Tuesday, 30th of October – a new Irish owned Peer to Peer Property development company have officially opened for business with the launch of Ireland’s first Peer to Peer property development investment opportunity. […]


Turner & Townsend Market Intelligence Survey

Posted Wednesday, 24th of October

The construction sector in the Republic of Ireland is currently experiencing increased levels of activity and overall the market looks with positivity towards the future. Results from Turner Townsend’s latest […]


Huge Expansion Plans for Intel Leixlip Campus Imminent


Posted Monday, 22nd of October

US semiconductor giant Intel is to expand production capacity at its Leixlip campus to meet growing demand for its computer chips. In a letter seen by the Sunday Independent, Intel […]


Hike in Stamp Duty Likely for BTR Market

Posted Thursday, 18th of October

The publication of the Finance Bill today will be closely watched by investors in Ireland’s fast-growing Private Rented Sector (PRS) market to see if Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe decides to increase the […]