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# building-and-property - Yesterday’s News

Tayto Park wants to build a seven-storey hotel with sky bars and a slide

The hotel will have capacity for up to 1,000 guests.

From Business ETC Tayto Park is planning a seven-storey hotel with sky bars and a slide Building And Property

Tayto Park is planning a seven-storey hotel with sky bars and a slide

The hotel will have capacity for up to 1,000 guests.

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# building-and-property - Wednesday 24 May, 2017

From Business ETC Guinness-maker Diageo gets the go-ahead for its €25m Dublin whiskey distillery Food And Drink

Guinness-maker Diageo gets the go-ahead for its €25m Dublin whiskey distillery

The facility will produce its new premium Irish whiskey product Roe & Co.

# building-and-property - Tuesday 23 May, 2017

From Business ETC Johnny Ronan's planned Dublin skyscraper would 'help in the global war for talent' Building And Property

Johnny Ronan's planned Dublin skyscraper would 'help in the global war for talent'

Knight Frank claims the tower could be a ‘jewel in the crown’ for the south side.

From Business ETC A third challenge to Dublin Airport's €320m runway extension has been fast-tracked Transport

A third challenge to Dublin Airport's €320m runway extension has been fast-tracked

A Cork group says the build would breach EU environmental laws.

# building-and-property - Monday 22 May, 2017

The deluxe Dromoland Castle is getting a touch-up worth €20 million

The five-star hotel and golf course hosted the likes of Nelson Mandela and Muhammad Ali in the past.

From Business ETC The deluxe Dromoland Castle is getting a touch-up worth tens of millions of euro Tourism

The deluxe Dromoland Castle is getting a touch-up worth tens of millions of euro

The five-star hotel and golf course hosted the likes of Nelson Mandela and Muhammad Ali in the past.

Ireland's largest private landlord is appealing 'exaggerated claims' against a Sandyford project

Ires Reit had hoped to build more than 460 apartments at the partially developed Rockbrook site.

# building-and-property - Saturday 20 May, 2017

Ireland's largest private landlord is appealing 'exaggerated claims' against a Sandyford project

Ires Reit had hoped to build more than 460 apartments at the partially developed Rockbrook site.

From Business ETC 'Galway needs this': Business heavyweights back a €100m docks development Building And Property

'Galway needs this': Business heavyweights back a €100m docks development

But the plans to build offices for thousands of workers have run into local opposition.

# building-and-property - Friday 19 May, 2017

From Business ETC GIVEAWAY: We've got FREE passes to Dublin's Smart Cities Summit Hardware

GIVEAWAY: We've got FREE passes to Dublin's Smart Cities Summit

The event will feature many of the world’s top companies, like Microsoft, Tesla and Amazon.

# building-and-property - Thursday 18 May, 2017

The 'Clayton' brand spreads across Dublin as Ireland's biggest hotelier expands

Dalata is splashing out tens of millions to acquire part of two well-known Dublin hotels.

An Irish firm's €2bn offshore wind farm is clear to build after a major legal win

Eddie O’Connor’s Dublin-based Mainstream is leading development of the Scottish project.

Ireland's largest private landlord is appealing 'exaggerated claims' against a Sandyford project

Ires Reit had hoped to build more than 460 apartments at the partially developed Rockbrook site.

'I sold over £100m worth of property in 2006. Then MS wiped me out for four years'

This former estate agent battled multiple sclerosis but went on to set up two new companies.

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From Business ETC The 'Clayton' brand spreads across Dublin as Ireland's biggest hotelier expands Building And Property

The 'Clayton' brand spreads across Dublin as Ireland's biggest hotelier expands

Dalata is splashing out tens of millions to acquire part of two well-known Dublin hotels.

# building-and-property - Wednesday 17 May, 2017

From Business ETC Ireland's largest private landlord is appealing 'exaggerated claims' against a Sandyford project Building And Property

Ireland's largest private landlord is appealing 'exaggerated claims' against a Sandyford project

Ires Reit had hoped to build more than 460 apartments at the partially developed Rockbrook site.

# building-and-property - Tuesday 16 May, 2017

From Business ETC 'I sold over £100m worth of property in 2006. Then MS wiped me out for four years' Insights

'I sold over £100m worth of property in 2006. Then MS wiped me out for four years'

This former estate agent battled multiple sclerosis but went on to set up two new companies.

Dublin is one of the 10 most expensive cities worldwide in which to build

A new study found building costs are higher in the Irish capital than in Paris or Madrid.

From Business ETC An Irish firm's €2bn offshore wind farm is clear to build after a major legal win Resource And Energy

An Irish firm's €2bn offshore wind farm is clear to build after a major legal win

Eddie O’Connor’s Dublin-based Mainstream is leading development of the Scottish project.

From Business ETC Dublin is one of the 10 most expensive cities worldwide in which to build Building And Property

Dublin is one of the 10 most expensive cities worldwide in which to build

A new study found building costs are higher in the Irish capital than in Paris or Madrid.

# building-and-property - Sunday 14 May, 2017

Two state-backed bodies are doing battle over long-awaited sewerage plans for Kerry

The dispute hinges on the future of Lough Leane, a popular tourist and fishing spot.

Inside the growing furore between Limerick residents and Irish Cement... over dust

The local cement plant is owned by a subsidiary of CRH, one of Ireland’s biggest companies.

The curious case of a Kildare shopping centre and the 'great wall of Dunnes'

The barrier stands at around six feet – not quite as high as its Chinese counterpart.

# building-and-property - Friday 12 May, 2017

From Business ETC D4 residents launch their bid to block a Denis O'Brien-backed €50m apartment plan Building And Property

D4 residents launch their bid to block a Denis O'Brien-backed €50m apartment plan

The billionaire’s company, Purleigh, plans to build a 90-unit development in Donnybrook.

From Business ETC Nearly half of first-home buyers need help from family for deposits Building And Property

Nearly half of first-home buyers need help from family for deposits

New figures show that house prices are up by nearly 10% in the last year.

# building-and-property - Thursday 11 May, 2017

From Business ETC Credit unions may soon be able to help build social housing Building And Property

Credit unions may soon be able to help build social housing

The regulator is looking at relaxing the rules around what the financial bodies can invest in.

Two state-backed bodies are doing battle over long-awaited sewerage plans for Kerry

The dispute hinges on the future of Lough Leane, a popular tourist and fishing spot.

Inside the growing furore between Limerick residents and Irish Cement... over dust

The local cement plant is owned by a subsidiary of CRH, one of Ireland’s biggest companies.

The curious case of a Kildare shopping centre and the 'great wall of Dunnes'

The barrier stands at around six feet – not quite as high as its Chinese counterpart.

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A year after hauling a 767 up the Shannon, Sligo's glamping project has hit a funding snag

The funeral director behind the scheme says he may turn to crowdfunding for the €2.5 million plan.

# building-and-property - Wednesday 10 May, 2017

From Business ETC Savills has launched an Airbnb-style office booking site for Dublin Building And Property

Savills has launched an Airbnb-style office booking site for Dublin

The property colossus hopes to roll out Workthere nationwide, with Cork next in the queue.

# building-and-property - Tuesday 9 May, 2017

Ireland's largest private landlord gets ahead of rent caps with its €2,750-per-month units

But the company is apparently having no trouble finding tenants for its Dublin properties.

From Business ETC Ireland's largest private landlord gets ahead of rent caps with its €2,750-per-month units Building And Property

Ireland's largest private landlord gets ahead of rent caps with its €2,750-per-month units

But the company is apparently having no trouble finding tenants for its Dublin properties.

From Business ETC Rent controls are 'creating a two-tier system' as prices hit all-time highs Building And Property

Rent controls are 'creating a two-tier system' as prices hit all-time highs

The severe lack of properties means those looking for new homes are being forced to pay a premium.

# building-and-property - Monday 8 May, 2017

From Business ETC Two state-backed bodies are doing battle over long-awaited sewerage plans for Kerry Building And Property

Two state-backed bodies are doing battle over long-awaited sewerage plans for Kerry

The dispute hinges on the future of Lough Leane, a popular tourist and fishing spot.

# building-and-property - Sunday 7 May, 2017

From Business ETC A year after hauling a 767 up the Shannon, Sligo's glamping project has hit a funding snag Tourism

A year after hauling a 767 up the Shannon, Sligo's glamping project has hit a funding snag

The funeral director behind the scheme says he may turn to crowdfunding for the €2.5 million plan.

A 75-year-old diver is stalling waste-dumping plans from Ireland's largest company

CRH subsidiary Roadstone has been delayed from filling a disused quarry with construction refuse.

From Business ETC The curious case of a Kildare shopping centre and the 'great wall of Dunnes' Retail

The curious case of a Kildare shopping centre and the 'great wall of Dunnes'

The barrier stands at around six feet – not quite as high as its Chinese counterpart.

# building-and-property - Saturday 6 May, 2017

From Business ETC 'We don't trust them': Limerick residents fear Irish Cement dust emissions Resource And Energy

'We don't trust them': Limerick residents fear Irish Cement dust emissions

The local cement plant is owned by a subsidiary of CRH, one of Ireland’s biggest companies.

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