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Housing Minister Backs Removal of Height Caps


Posted Friday, 7th of August

The new housing minister has backed scrapping building height restrictions in some areas and wants to see high-rise living in areas like Cork’s docklands. Fianna Fáil’s Darragh O’Brien told the Irish […]


Saint-Gobain Construction Appoints Pádraig Barry as Managing Director Ireland


Posted Thursday, 6th of August

Saint-Gobain Construction Products Ireland has today announced the appointment of Pádraig Barry as their new Managing Director. Pádraig has been appointed to the role following the retirement of Brian Dolan in June. Pádraig has […]


TiKToK Announce First European DC in Ireland


Popular short-video app TikTok, owned by China’s ByteDance, said on Thursday it plans to open its first European data center in Ireland with an investment of about 420 million euros. Under fire […]


Turner & Townsend: Construction Industry Feels Impact of Covid19


Turner & Townsend’s Republic of Ireland market intelligence report points to competitive conditions for contractors, with strong competition and moderate tender prices. Figures from surveyed firms show that 83 percent of […]


Construction Commences on Marlet’s South Docklands Development

#BAM #marlet

Posted Wednesday, 5th of August

Developer Pat Crean’s Marlet Property Group is to press ahead with the construction of 216 apartments in Dublin’s south docklands. The commencement of works at Marlet’s One Lime Street scheme follows the appointment of BAM […]


Quintain to Seek Planning for 1000 Units in Cherrywood



Quintain Ireland, the homebuilder owned by US private equity giant Lone Star, will seek planning permission for 1,000 new homes before year end on its land in Cherrywood in south Dublin, […]


19,500 Units Forecast for Delivery in 2021


There will be 16,500 new homes built this year and 19,500 new units in 2021, according to forecasts by Goodbody chief economist Dermot O’Leary.  The new forecasts are up from […]


Government’s Emphasis on Social Housing will not Solve Crisis

Posted Friday, 31st of July

The national response to the Covid-19 emergency shows how a small, close-knit country like Ireland can lead the world in dealing with a severe crisis. By coming together, and staying apart, and […]


Development partner sought for St. Vincent’s Hospital, Fairview


Posted Wednesday, 29th of July

St. Vincent’s Hospital in Fairview, Dublin 3, is seeking a partner to develop a new purpose built hospital facility of 100 beds, in exchange for a significant undeveloped landholding, and […]

Commercial Property

RGRE & Colony Lead Bid for Glass Bottle Site


Posted Friday, 24th of July

RGRE and US investment firm Colony Capital submitted the top bid to Nama for a controlling stake in the former Irish Glass Bottle site in Dublin’s Ringsend, raising the prospect of former adversaries joining […]


MODULE Deliver RAW Inspired Donnybrook Gym


Spaced over two floors and 20,000sq. ft, a large commercial unit nestled in the suburbs of Dublin required the expertise of one of Ireland’s leading multidisciplinary practices MODULE to deliver […]


Ardmac Acquire Stake in Modular Manufacturing Company

Posted Monday, 20th of July

Ardmac, the international construction specialist headquartered in Dublin, has taken a significant equity investment in Cental, a leading and fast-growth provider of advanced modular infrastructure to the Data Centre, Utilities and […]