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Construction Confidence Reaches 2 Year High – PMI

#UlsterbankPMI

Posted Monday, 12th of April

The latest results of the Ulster Bank Construction PMI point to a further significant contraction in Irish construction activity in March.  The headline PMI remained considerably below the 50 no-change […]

Construction

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

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 […]

Commercial Property

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

#CBRE #CoLiving

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 […]

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South Dublin County Council Initiate €1 billion Investment Plan to kick-start Building of 4,500 New Homes

#SDCC

Posted Tuesday, 9th of July

South Dublin County Council are considering proposals that could deliver up to 4,500 new homes to the area. The total investment envisaged under the ambitious housing plan is in excess […]

Commercial Property

Kennedy Wilson Spends €36m Refurbishing Shelbourne Hotel

Posted Wednesday, 8th of May

Kennedy Wilson has spent $40 million (€35.7 million) in recent years refurbishing the five-star Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin, the Californian property group has said of its most profitable and most important asset. […]

Construction

Eco-innovation in Construction, an Evolution or Still a Challenge for Ireland?

#construction2020

Posted Wednesday, 3rd of April

The Irish construction sector is recovering after the crisis, with investments growing since 2013. With this positive dynamic, the question arises whether the revival is in line with the national […]

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Ballymore’s Dublin Landings BTR Scheme Comes to Market

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Posted Wednesday, 24th of October

The largest build-to-let apartment development planned for the Dublin docklands goes for sale later this week on the international market – nearly 12 months ahead of its expected completion date. Savills estate agency […]

Construction

Hike in Stamp Duty Likely for BTR Market

Posted Thursday, 18th of October

The publication of the Finance Bill today will be closely watched by investors in Ireland’s fast-growing Private Rented Sector (PRS) market to see if Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe decides to increase the […]