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CIF: Southern Region is Essential to Economic Recovery from Covid-19

#CIF #Southernconstruct

Posted Wednesday, 18th of November

The CIF Southern Region conference will hear that Government strategies for economic recovery post-Covid 19 and its long-term vision Project Ireland 2040 is entirely dependent on rapid growth in the […]

Commercial Property

Castlehaven Finance and Relm back Cosgrave’s Exit from NAMA

#CastlehavenFinance #Cosgrave

Posted Thursday, 5th of November

Castlehaven Finance and Relm Finance have agreed to advance loan facilities to the Cosgrave Property Group to fund the developer’s exit from NAMA. The deal refinances the portfolio of commercial […]

Construction

Top 50 Contractors Generated €6.7bn Domestically and €3.3bn in Exports in 2019

#CIF

Posted Wednesday, 4th of November

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) Top 50 Contractors 2020 had a combined turnover of just over €10bn in 2019, according to a survey carried by Construction magazine on behalf of CIF. The […]

Construction

Availability of Affordable Accommodation Contracted Since June

#LockedoutReport

Posted Monday, 2nd of November

The availability of affordable accommodation has contracted since June 2020, with single people and areas outside Dublin particularly impacted, according to a Simon Communities report. The report indicates that supply […]

Commercial Property

Impact of Covid-19 means ‘hotel should be stripped from Ronan 22-storey tower plan’

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A property expert warned that for Johnny Ronan’s 22-storey Aqua Vetro tower to commence on Dublin’s quays, the hotel part of the plans must be removed due to the further […]

Construction

Apprentice Intake up 100% at Kirby Group

#KirbyGroup

Posted Friday, 30th of October

Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris has welcomed the announcement from Kirby Group Engineering that the firm has doubled its apprentice intake in 2020. The Limerick-based, privately owned company has […]

Construction

John Paul Construction Announce New Appointments

#johnpaul

Posted Thursday, 29th of October

John Paul Construction is pleased to announce a further strengthening of its senior leadership team, in line with its strategy of sustainable growth and expansion, through the following appointments; Mark […]

Construction

CIF and CEF Call for Companies to Redouble Covid-19 Safety Measures

#CIF #Covid19

Posted Monday, 19th of October

The Construction Industry Federation and the Construction Employers Federation have jointly called on their members to collaborate on a cross border basis on tackling Covid-19.  The construction industry straddles both […]

Construction

Respond Housing Welcomes Affordable Rental Measures in Budget 2021

Posted Wednesday, 14th of October

Respond, an Approved Housing Body and service provider welcomed today’s Budget 2021 measures addressing housing and homelessness. The organisation said it is positive to see the Government take a counter-cyclical […]

Construction

Lack of Industrial & Logistics Space Results in All-Time Low Vacancy Rate of Just 1.9%

#savills

Posted Monday, 12th of October

New research from property advisor, Savills Ireland has revealed that 56,824 sqm of industrial & logistics space was taken up in Dublin during Q3 – up 5.5% on the same […]

Construction

Round Hill Capital and NBK Capital Acquire €10.3m PBSA Site

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Round Hill Capital, a leading global real estate investment, development and asset management firm, announces that funds advised by Round Hill Capital and NBK Capital have acquired a 1.5 acre […]

Construction

Minister Darragh O’Brien visits Irish Water’s Blanchardstown Regional Drainage Scheme construction site

Posted Monday, 5th of October

Irish Water’s Managing Director, Niall Gleeson welcomed Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, to the Blanchardstown Regional Drainage Scheme site to see first-hand this strategically important €88 […]