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Councillors vote paves the way for 1,200 social, affordable and private homes in Ballymastone

Posted Wednesday, 26th of May

At a special four-hour meeting of Fingal County Council tonight councillors voted by 31 votes to nine to approve the disposal of 28 hectares of land at Ballymastone, Donabate, which […]


Cost Rental Homes to Rent in South Dublin


Posted Friday, 21st of May

Minister for Housing, Darragh O’ Brien was on site yesterday at Kilcarbery Grange in Clondalkin which will provide 74 affordable, cost rental homes with rents over 30% lower than open […]

Residential Property

Dublin Social Housing Portfolio Guiding €21m

Posted Wednesday, 28th of April

The prospect of immediate rental income copper-fastened by the security of a 25-year government lease is expected to see strong interest from investors in the sale of Project Haven, a […]

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 […]

Residential Property

Clonsilla Residential Site Sells for 43pc Over its Guide Price

Posted Thursday, 11th of February

Irish property developer Torca Homes has purchased a development site in Clonsilla, West Dublin for €2,150,000. That amount is 43pc over the €1.5m asking price quoted by the joint sales […]


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 […]


Resident Loses Bid to Overturn Permission for 512 Apartments in Howth

Posted Tuesday, 12th of January

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 […]


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 […]


Availability of Affordable Accommodation Contracted Since June


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

CBRE Europe Co-Living Report: Residential’s Sociable Living Experience Gains Momentum

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Posted Thursday, 22nd of October

As the discussion on the concept of co-living gathers momentum in the Irish market, new research by property advisors CBRE provides insights on the co-living sector in the UK and […]


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 […]


Institutional Investors Playing Key Role In Housing Recovery

Posted Wednesday, 30th of September

Institutional investors have been instrumental in enabling and funding the construction of nearly 5,500 new apartments and houses in Dublin since 2016. Also, 10 per cent of each new scheme […]