Tag Archive for "scsi" - Construction Network Ireland
Retail Property

Retail Rents Set to Rise Despite Sector Uncertainty, SCSI Report Finds


Posted Thursday, 1st of March

Prime retail rents in Dublin are expected to rise by 6 per cent this year, despite the impact online shopping is having on the sector, a survey has found. While […]


“The Real Costs of New Apartment Delivery” Report


Posted Wednesday, 25th of October

The cost of delivering a low rise apartment in suburban Dublin is €293K Delivery cost of medium rise apartments in the city ranges from €470K to €578K Report finds delivery […]

Commercial Property

Brexit Inquiries Continue to Rise

#Brexit #scsi

Posted Tuesday, 2nd of May

The volume of enquiries from UK-based businesses seeking to relocate to Dublin is on the rise, according to the findings of the latest quarterly commercial property monitor from the Society […]


Rents Predicted to Rise by Between 8 and 10% Outside of Rent Control Areas

#outlook2017 #scsi

Posted Wednesday, 25th of January

National property prices are set to rise by an average of 7% in 2017 with even higher price increases predicted for the Leinster region according to the Society of Chartered […]


Global Construction Industry Unites to Enhance Consistency


Posted Monday, 21st of November

Against a backdrop of tightening public purse strings and growing investment demand, construction industry leaders have joined together to set out a radical new approach to calculating costs for the […]

Commercial Property

A World Class Juggling Act-Meet Claire Solon

#Friendsfirst #scsi #Womeninconstruction

Posted Thursday, 3rd of November

Having taken on two huge roles in the last year, as head of property at Friends First, and President of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI), Claire Solon is […]


New President of Chartered Surveyors plans to tackle skills shortage

#clairesolon #scsi

Posted Friday, 17th of June

The newly elected President of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) has said one of the main priorities of her presidency will be to address the skills shortages within […]