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Prospects for the Irish Commercial Property Market in 2021

Posted Tuesday, 12th of January

Commercial property specialists CBRE today released their OUTLOOK 2021 annual report containing their predictions for each sector of the Irish property market in the year ahead. The property consultants say […]


Resident Loses Bid to Overturn Permission for 512 Apartments in Howth


A local resident has lost his High Court challenge aimed at overturning permission for a development of more than 500 apartments in Howth, Co Dublin. Christian Morris had challenged An […]


CIF Response to Government Restrictions on Construction

Posted Friday, 8th of January

Due to the deteriorating situation of Covid-19, the Government has decided to restrict construction activity to restrict people’s movement across the country.  It’s widely acknowledged at all levels of government […]


Ardmac Announce two Senior Appointments


Ardmac, the leading Ireland headquartered and international construction specialist, has announced two senior internal management appointments for its Cleanrooms and Data Centre Divisions. Enda Murphy has been appointed Managing Director […]


Idea that only councils should build social housing is nonsense

Posted Monday, 21st of December

The recent rejection by Dublin City councillors of proposals to build new homes at Oscar Traynor Road was a significant setback to efforts to tackle one of the biggest housing challenges this […]

Commercial Property

Vaccine Injects Some Confidence in Office Market


Progress on the development of Covid-19 vaccines helped boost inquiries about space to let in Dublin’s office market in recent weeks. This comes as lettings in the final quarter increased […]


CSG Innovation and Digital Adoption Group Webinar

Posted Friday, 11th of December

The Construction Sector Group (CSG) was established in 2018 by The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER)  to ensure regular and open dialogue between government and industry on how […]

Commercial Property

First Look: Inside Dublin’s new Clerys Quarter

Posted Friday, 4th of December

At this time of year, back before its closure, the staff at Clerys’ landmark premises on O’Connell Street in Dublin would have been gearing up for the annual December 8th […]


Castle in Kerry Sold for €4.5m after 13 Years on Market

Posted Wednesday, 2nd of December

Savills has today, Wednesday 2 December, confirmed the sale of An Culu – a luxurious castle property situated on the edge of Kenmare Bay in County Kerry, Ireland. The sale, […]

Commercial Property

Rabobank Choose 76 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay as their New Dublin HQ



Rabobank, the leading bank headquartered in Utrecht in the Netherlands, has leased 3 floors in 76 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay for its Dublin office. The recently completed building was developed […]


Western Hands Over 60-Bed Block at University Hospital Limerick

Posted Thursday, 26th of November

Specialist building contractor, Western Building Systems, has successfully handed over a new 60-bed medical block at University Hospital Limerick. The new block comprises four storeys, with three inpatient wards of […]


Ireland’s Economy Buoyed by Data Centre Industry in 2020

Posted Tuesday, 24th of November

A new biannual report from Host in Ireland, in association with Bitpower, features the essential economic role data centres are playing during the pandemic thanks to €117B in computer service […]

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