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Construction in Ireland – Key Trends and Opportunities to 2025

Posted Friday, 9th of April

The publisher expects the Irish construction industry to expand by 10.9% in real terms in 2021 – up from a decline of 12.7% in 2020. The industry’s output was affected […]

Construction

Irish Construction Industry Remains Strong in the Face of Covid Challenges

Posted Tuesday, 30th of March

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 90 percent […]

Architecture

Planning Approved for Ireland’s Tallest Building

Posted Wednesday, 24th of March

An Bord Pleanála has granted planning permission for what will be the country’s tallest building. The green light for the €140m development at Custom House Quay in Cork City centre was […]

Construction

Q&A with DCT Group’s Argentinian Operations Manager

Posted Friday, 19th of March

Irish owned, DCT Group’s Argentinian office has been in the midst of developing one of South America’s largest commercial buildings in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The project which sits at 150.000 […]

Construction

€175m in Urban Development Funding for Dublin’s North Inner City

Posted Monday, 8th of March

The Minister for Finance and Fine Gael TD for Dublin Central, Paschal Donohoe, has welcomed the announcement of almost €174.3 million in funding from the Department of Housing, Local Government […]

Commercial Property

Tallaght Site with Planning for 196 Apartments seeks €7.35m

Posted Wednesday, 3rd of March

A wide range of developers and investors are expected to express their interest in the sale of a “ready-to-go” residential development site at Cookstown in Tallaght. Located just 13km from […]

Construction

CIF Statement: Evidence Shows Construction Industry can Operate Safely

#CIF #Covid19

Posted Wednesday, 24th of February

The CIF is deeply disappointed with the Government’s decision to extend its lockdown of parts of the construction industry.  HSE monitoring of the construction industry has consistently shown no negligible […]

Architecture

The Rise of Modular Construction

Posted Sunday, 21st of February

Modular construction is a way of building through the use of modules that are constructed in a factory and assembled on-site. Modular units can be used for any type of […]

Construction

Major Transformational Projects Proposed for Limerick

Posted Thursday, 11th of February

Limerick City and County Council has announced a major transformational development proposal across three key sites in Limerick City in an investment in the region of €400m, including a new […]

Construction

Blackstone Purchase Colony’s Stake in Burlington Plaza and 28/29 SJRQ

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US private equity giant Blackstone has been given the green light by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) to proceed with the purchase of a majority interest in two of Dublin’s […]

Construction

Respond Housing Welcome Approval of First Cost Rental Homes in Ireland

Posted Wednesday, 10th of February

Respond, Approved Housing Body (AHB) and service provider, said they are very pleased to be selected for participation in the Cost Rental Equity Loan (CREL) Scheme. They are also involved […]

Construction

Quintain Secure Planning for First Phase of New Homes at Cherrywood

#Quintain

Posted Tuesday, 2nd of February

House-builder, Quintain has secured the green light for the first phase of its plan to deliver 1,300 new homes for its planned Cherrywood Village by 2025. This follows Dun Laoghaire Rathdown […]