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# Construction

Last month
June 2024
Central Bank predicts lag in housing developments, urges govt to rein in core spending
This year
Planning: 'Proposed law designed to scare local groups off potential challenges'
Rose Wall & Gavin Elliott
Recovering heat from shower water and 3D printed homes: the future of house building in Ireland
Last year
Increased housing supply expected next year but construction costs continue to rise
50,000 new recruits needed in construction sector to meet Government's Housing for All targets
Debunked: Government has not forbidden business grants and modular homes for Irish people
Contractors on public works projects to be better protected by state from inflation
State's system of earmarking land for new housing is 'fundamentally flawed', TDs to be told
Dublin Fire Brigade to tell TDs that fire safety will be 'integral' to use of rapid-build homes
SIAC Construction: Appeals for builder to clarify future of 100 jobs as it enters High Court
FactFind: Was the 2008 crash caused by building too many houses?
Opinion: We could improve our planning law - instead the public is being excluded
Alison Hough & Gavin Elliott
Visitors to National Children's Hospital to pay maximum charge of €10 for 24-hour parking
All time
Rory Hearne: The housing game is rigged and it's time we called it out
Dr Rory Hearne
FactCheck: Is the State the ‘biggest player in housing’?
Construction company building hundreds of social housing units goes into examinership
Government still €2bn behind annual expenditure target for housing as end of year approaches
National Children's Hospital will cost more than €1.43 billion by 2024 completion date
Taoiseach dismisses concerns about investor funds selling homes between each other for €1.7m
Michael Flatley settles claim over alleged deficiencies during work on his Cork house
Builders' levy should help pay for works on thousands of defective apartments, says Bacik
Opinion: The last thing this housing market needs is a subsidy for developers
Cian O'Callaghan
Govt to pay up to 70% of inflation-related construction costs on State projects
Dr Lorcan Sirr: Ukrainian refugees can be housed quickly and easily if government acts now
Lorcan Sirr
'We've never seen increases like this': Pressure on builders over soaring timber and steel costs
Fewer new homes recorded in 2021 but increase in construction by end of year
'It came at a cost': Taoiseach regrets shutting down construction for four months
Liverpool set to start work on Anfield expansion
Mica and pyrite scandals - could it still happen today?
Larry Donnelly: Donegal takes a strident stand for justice over mica with Boston at its back
Larry Donnelly
Number of residential units sent for planning dropped by 29% in first quarter of this year
Contractor BAM takes High Court action against National Children's Hospital board
Phased return of construction from 12 April criticised as 'economic and societal own goal'
Building company launches High Court action against government's construction shutdown
Housing minister says construction sector is set to reopen on 5 March
Every week of lockdown between 700 and 800 houses will not be built, says minister
Level 5 lockdown to be reviewed next week, but government expected to extend restrictions to late February
'About 30%' of construction sites remaining open despite Level 5 shutdown
Construction workers face cost of restrictions as PUP recipients rise to nearly 400,000
Explainer: Here is how today's construction lockdown will impact building projects