Tag Archive for "Brexit" - Construction Network Ireland
Commercial Property

1,000 Brexit-Related Public Sector Jobs have been Created in Ireland

#Brexit #savills

Posted Monday, 23rd of September

1,000 public sector jobs have been created as a direct result of Brexit, according to a new report from property advisor, Savills Ireland. The report finds that public administration has […]


Irish Companies Report Slower Growth as Brexit Risks Persist


Posted Monday, 20th of November

Irish companies continued to post solid gains in business volumes in recent months but the pace of growth in activity appears to have eased somewhat of late. The KBC Bank/Chartered Accountants Ireland […]

Residential Property

Brexit to Add Further Strain to Housing Market


Posted Wednesday, 2nd of August

Irish home prices will surge at the fastest pace in Europe in coming years, fueled in part by bankers moving to Dublin as the U.K. prepares to depart the European […]

Commercial Property

More Than a Dozen London Based Firms Have Confirmed Their Move to Dublin


Posted Tuesday, 18th of July

IDA say they have clinched deals with more than a dozen London-based banks and finance houses to move some of their operations to Dublin in preparation for Brexit. As Dublin continues […]

Commercial Property

Brexit Inquiries Continue to Rise

#Brexit #scsi

Posted Tuesday, 2nd of May

The volume of enquiries from UK-based businesses seeking to relocate to Dublin is on the rise, according to the findings of the latest quarterly commercial property monitor from the Society […]

Commercial Property

Dublin Office Market Continues to Grow

#Brexit #CBRE #JLL #Officemarket

Posted Wednesday, 12th of April

JLL has today released its results on the performance of the Dublin office market in Q1. The amount of office space that has been occupied in Dublin in the last […]

Commercial Property

London set for 20pc fall in top office values

#Brexit #Deutsche

Posted Tuesday, 7th of March

Office values in central London may plummet by up to a fifth this year thanks in part to Brexit, Deutsche Bank has warned. The German banking giant said having already […]


Brexit – what it means for Ireland’s Construction Industry


Posted Wednesday, 29th of June

The only certain outcome from the results of the Brexit referendum is total uncertainty in the medium term for both the UK and world economies. The outcome of the vote […]


Confidence in construction remains high despite challenges

#Brexit #PWC

Posted Tuesday, 14th of June

Confidence remains high amongst Irish construction industry leaders, despite the challenges presented by skills shortages in some areas and the securing of project finance, according to PwC’s Construction Industry Survey. […]