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# building-and-property - Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC 'I used to never switch off and work until 9pm. Having a daughter changed that' Services

'I used to never switch off and work until 9pm. Having a daughter changed that'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin designers Mortar & More.

From Business ETC Nearly 1,000 Limerick homes planned in 'one of Ireland's most ambitious projects' Building And Property

Nearly 1,000 Limerick homes planned in 'one of Ireland's most ambitious projects'

The first new houses in the Mungret development could be ready by 2021.

# building-and-property - Monday 16 October, 2017

From Business ETC Insurers say policies will NOT be void if people drive during a red alert Transport

Insurers say policies will NOT be void if people drive during a red alert

A post doing the rounds on social media is false, an industry group says.

# building-and-property - Sunday 15 October, 2017

Dublin's convention centre raked in a multimillion-euro profit last year

The facility was owned by boom-time builders Johnny Ronan, Richard Barrett and Harry Crosbie.

# building-and-property - Saturday 14 October, 2017

From Business ETC Why six-storey 'mansion apartments', not skyscrapers, could solve Dublin's housing crisis Building And Property

Why six-storey 'mansion apartments', not skyscrapers, could solve Dublin's housing crisis

Top UK architect Alison Brooks says Irish cities could copy classic London property design.

# building-and-property - Friday 13 October, 2017

From Business ETC A major hotel planned near Dublin Airport has been stopped at the gate Building And Property

A major hotel planned near Dublin Airport has been stopped at the gate

An Bord Pleanála said the 427-room project didn’t fit in with a local area scheme.

# building-and-property - Thursday 12 October, 2017

Dublin's convention centre raked in a multimillion-euro profit last year

The facility was owned by boom-time builders Johnny Ronan, Richard Barrett and Harry Crosbie.

'Out of touch with reality': Property firms slam major stamp duty hike

The tax on commercial property was tripled in this year’s Budget.

'There's a problem with Dublin. There's a danger it could self-destruct'

The head of Mayo County Council says investment needs to be better spread across Ireland.

The High Court has cleared the way for Apple's €850m Athenry data centre

The tech company has faced a near three-year wait for the development.

From Business ETC The High Court has cleared the way for Apple's €850m Athenry data centre Data And Security

The High Court has cleared the way for Apple's €850m Athenry data centre

The tech company has faced a near three-year wait for the development.

# building-and-property - Tuesday 10 October, 2017

From Business ETC 'Out of touch with reality': Property firms slam major stamp duty hike Building And Property

'Out of touch with reality': Property firms slam major stamp duty hike

The tax on commercial property was tripled in this year’s Budget.

From Business ETC Budget 2018 housing plans 'won't stop' Ireland's rising property prices Building And Property

Budget 2018 housing plans 'won't stop' Ireland's rising property prices

The government hopes it will be able to get developers building again in Ireland.

From Business ETC Dublin's convention centre raked in a multimillion-euro profit last year Services

Dublin's convention centre raked in a multimillion-euro profit last year

The facility was owned by boom-time builders Johnny Ronan, Richard Barrett and Harry Crosbie.

From Business ETC The scarcity of industrial property has led firms to settle for any Dublin location Building And Property

The scarcity of industrial property has led firms to settle for any Dublin location

Property specialists CBRE says there has been big jump in demand for warehouses and factories.

# building-and-property - Monday 9 October, 2017

From Business ETC How to fix one of the biggest obstacles to getting more building projects off the ground Policy

How to fix one of the biggest obstacles to getting more building projects off the ground

Access to finance is holding back many construction firms in Ireland – especially the smaller players.

From Business ETC Poll: Do you expect another property crash within the next decade? Building And Property This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you expect another property crash within the next decade?

One pundit has predicted a downturn somewhere between 2023 and 2026.

# building-and-property - Sunday 8 October, 2017

From Business ETC 'There's a problem with Dublin. There's a danger it could self-destruct' Policy

'There's a problem with Dublin. There's a danger it could self-destruct'

The head of Mayo County Council says investment needs to be better spread across Ireland.

'We wondered, would we die as a town?': How Westport was regenerated

Council architect Simon Wall now wants to make the area an adventure hotspot.

From Business ETC How Ireland could tackle its housing crisis in the Budget Building And Property

How Ireland could tackle its housing crisis in the Budget

Several property experts give their take on policies to alleviate the housing shortage.

# building-and-property - Saturday 7 October, 2017

A major housing development in Sandyford has been handed a 'mystifying' knock-back

Ires Reit was denied permission to build more than 450 apartments in south Dublin.

# building-and-property - Friday 6 October, 2017

From Business ETC Retailers want to revive a scheme where workers live above their shops Retail

Retailers want to revive a scheme where workers live above their shops

Retail Excellence believes the initiative would help ease the housing crisis.

From Business ETC Skyscrapers above Stephen's Green: How Dublin might look in 2050 Building And Property

Skyscrapers above Stephen's Green: How Dublin might look in 2050

Dublin Chamber has unveiled its vision for the capital by the middle of the century.

# building-and-property - Thursday 5 October, 2017

A major housing development in Sandyford has been handed a 'mystifying' knock-back

Ires Reit was denied permission to build more than 450 apartments in south Dublin.

'We wondered, would we die as a town?': How Westport was regenerated

Council architect Simon Wall now wants to make the area an adventure hotspot.

# building-and-property - Wednesday 4 October, 2017

From Business ETC Got a few million quid spare? This fancy Clonmel hotel is up for sale Building And Property

Got a few million quid spare? This fancy Clonmel hotel is up for sale

The property was once owned by hotelier Brian Brennan, who helped raise millions for tsunami relief.

From Business ETC How homeowners could be saved from a repeat of Ireland's pyrite disaster Building And Property

How homeowners could be saved from a repeat of Ireland's pyrite disaster

Latent defects insurance could help those who find problems with their homes years after building.

From Business ETC Diageo plans to build offices and hundreds of homes at Guinness's Dublin base Building And Property

Diageo plans to build offices and hundreds of homes at Guinness's Dublin base

A new ‘urban quarter’ has been flagged for the historic St James’s Gate site.

# building-and-property - Tuesday 3 October, 2017

From Business ETC A major housing development in Sandyford has been handed a 'mystifying' knock-back Building And Property

A major housing development in Sandyford has been handed a 'mystifying' knock-back

Ires Reit was denied permission to build more than 450 apartments in south Dublin.

# building-and-property - Monday 2 October, 2017

From Business ETC A vulture fund-backed housebuilder will capitalise on Ireland's 'immature' property market Building And Property

A vulture fund-backed housebuilder will capitalise on Ireland's 'immature' property market

Glenveagh Properties plans to build thousands of houses across the country.

From Business ETC Timeline: The 17-year battle over plans for a huge incinerator at Cork Harbour Building And Property

Timeline: The 17-year battle over plans for a huge incinerator at Cork Harbour

A Belgian company wants to burn waste in Ringaskiddy, but locals have fought every step of the way.

# building-and-property - Saturday 30 September, 2017

From Business ETC 'We wondered, would we die as a town?': How Westport was regenerated Building And Property

'We wondered, would we die as a town?': How Westport was regenerated

Council architect Simon Wall now wants to make the area an adventure hotspot.

# building-and-property - Friday 29 September, 2017

From Business ETC Ireland's master plan for the next 20 years 'has nothing to stop urban sprawl' Building And Property

Ireland's master plan for the next 20 years 'has nothing to stop urban sprawl'

The chair of An Bord Pleanála said we need to get cars out of cities.

From Business ETC A Temple Bar 'flying saucer' hotel could've been 'one of Europe's most extraordinary spaces' Building And Property

A Temple Bar 'flying saucer' hotel could've been 'one of Europe's most extraordinary spaces'

There was a plan to massively expand The Clarence Hotel, which is owned by Bono and The Edge.

# building-and-property - Thursday 28 September, 2017

From Business ETC A court has slapped down planners for letting 'irrelevant' details stop a Kildare wind farm Building And Property

A court has slapped down planners for letting 'irrelevant' details stop a Kildare wind farm

The 47-turbine ‘Maighne’ project was first put forward in 2015.

From Business ETC After nearly 50 years behind the bar, Gerry Chawke is selling his famous Clonmel pub Food And Drink

After nearly 50 years behind the bar, Gerry Chawke is selling his famous Clonmel pub

The 72-year-old has decided it’s time to pull his last pint.

# building-and-property - Wednesday 27 September, 2017

Ireland's biggest landlords could be the winners from a huge Cherrywood apartment project

More than 1,250 ‘built-to-rent’ homes are being planned for the south Dublin site.

This iconic Dublin coffee kiosk has shut after 38 years in business

The café is located on the junction of Leeson Street and Adelaide Road.

From Business ETC This iconic coffee kiosk in Dublin has shut after 38 years in business Food And Drink

This iconic coffee kiosk in Dublin has shut after 38 years in business

The café is located on the junction of Leeson Street and Adelaide Road.

From Business ETC Ireland's biggest landlords could be the winners from a huge Cherrywood apartment project Building And Property

Ireland's biggest landlords could be the winners from a huge Cherrywood apartment project

More than 1,250 ‘built-to-rent’ homes are being planned for the south Dublin site.

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