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Delayed Delivery of New Warehouse Space to Cause Supply Shortages

Posted Monday, 27th of April

The delayed delivery of new Grade A warehousing space in Ireland will create supply shortages for logistics companies, according to property advisor, Savills Ireland. With approximately 44,000 sq m (475,000 […]


Kildare County Council Welcome the Handover of 18 New Houses


Posted Friday, 24th of April

Kildare County Council have welomed the handover of 18 new houses in Rathangan.   The houses were delivered under the Rebuilding Ireland: Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness, which sets out […]


Initiative Ireland Launches Housing 2020 Report


Posted Thursday, 23rd of April

Initiative Ireland has published its third annual housing report, entitled Housing 2020. The report highlights that there was an 18% increase in new housing delivered in Ireland during 2019, which is […]


Lunch with Tom Parlon CIF


Posted Wednesday, 22nd of April

The Director General of the Construction Industry Federation for 13 years, Tom Parlon is one of the most recognisable personalities in the Irish construction industry and is the ideal person […]


Ardmac launches MediPods in Irish and UK healthcare market


Posted Tuesday, 21st of April

Ardmac, the leading international construction specialist headquartered in Swords, Dublin, has launched MediPods in Ireland & UK. The new offering provides a fast, flexible solution for modular, on-demand and high […]


150,000 Workers Due to Return to Work in May



Almost 150,000 building workers laid off in March could be back at work as early as next month as the Government looks to kickstart the economy. Plans by the construction […]


Work to Commence on 35 Social Housing Sites

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Work is to commence shortly on finishing over 1,000 homes on 35 social housing sites which are currently near completion. Contractors are being notified by the Housing Agency that this work is […]


Construction Sector Prepares for Return to Site


Posted Friday, 17th of April

The construction sector should be able to gradually reopen in the first phase of the economy getting restarted, but new measures to combat coronavirus, also know as Covid-19, will inevitably […]

Commercial Property

Yew Grove ‘Insulated’ from Covid-19 Impact


Posted Thursday, 16th of April

Yew Grove Reit said the majority of its tenants are either insulated from, or well able to get through, the impact of government restrictions aimed at controlling the spread of […]

Commercial Property

Hines Lodge Plans for €135m Liffey Valley Extension


Posted Wednesday, 15th of April

Property group Hines has lodged a €135m plan for a major extension to the Liffey Valley Centre in Dublin. According to consultants for Hines, the new plan is to provide […]


Complex Disputes on Horizon Post Covid-19


Posted Tuesday, 14th of April

Building contractors could end up in complex disputes with clients following the suspension of most construction across the State as a result of Covid-19. Work on big projects – including […]


Activity in Construction Industry Collapses Against Covid-19 Restrictions


Posted Monday, 6th of April

Construction collapsed at record speed to its lowest level in 11 years as Covid-19 restrictions halted building across the Republic last month, the latest figures show. Work on big projects […]