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  • Property Week : A Valuation Tool For Professionals
    m of space at Bloom House on James Joyce Street Dublin 1 It is one of the largest office lettings agreed recently and is for a 20 year term with a Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 DEAL 5 574sq m Block G2 at Cherrywood let by Applied Process Consulting The rent is likely to be about â 215 a square metre in a 20 year lease from the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Council owned DLR Properties Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 DEAL 53 Merrion Square let by Ganly Walters at close to â 430 50 per sq m The four storey over basement building with 783sq m of space has now been let on a 20 year lease from January 2016 to Bespoke Serviced Offices which may refurbish the space before letting it to high e Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 DEAL 19 22 Lower Baggot Street in Dublin 2 have been sold for â 4 5 million They were acquired by Irish investment advisory firm Alway Consulting Ltd on behalf of the QIAIF Ballybunion Capital Ltd Alan Conway of Alway Consulting said the firm was delighted to add these Geor Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 Decision due on apartments on Cork site that flooded in 2009 Developers Gainstar Ltd Partnership applied for planning for 92 apartments on the site of the former Coca Cola bottling plant just west of Cork County Hall on the Carrigrohane Straight and 2 5km from Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 Gerry Gannon plans to build 84 apartments and townhouses in Clongriffin north Dublin Gannon Properties has just applied to Dublin City Council for permission to build a combination of one two and three bedroomed apartments 23 townhouses and two shops in two blocks at the site Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 Victoriaâ s Secret set to lease BT2 store on Grafton Street Other BT2 outlets in Dundrum and Blanchardstown are believed to be trading exceptionally well and are unlikely to be affected by the possible closure of the Grafton Street branch Subscribe Irish Independent 16 Feb 16 Cushman Wakefield switches tie up from Lisney to Sherry Fitzgerald James Nugent said that due to the global merger of Cushman Wakefield and DTZ we will no longer be Cushman Wakefield s affiliate partner in Ireland as through the merger of the two businesses C W Subscribe Irish Independent 16 Feb 16 UK property company Hammerson closes in on control of prime Dublin assets UK property group Hammerson expects to finalise its acquisition of 50pc of Dundrum Town Centre by the summer and continues to see the potential for a landmark of international importance in the hear Subscribe Irish Independent 16 Feb 16 Patricia Byron flags future shortage of Irish graduates across the surveying profession SCSI director general Patricia Byron said that at current rates Irish graduates will only be able to fill half of the new roles expected to be created by 2019 Subscribe The

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    at your offices contact Paul on the details below A demo will take only 10 minutes whereas subscription could save you hours every week Paul O Connor Sales Marketing The Property Week Ltd M 353 86 813 5672 E paul propertyweek ie W www propertyweek ie YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED What is Property Week ie Property Week ie is an online property comparables and research service accessible only to property professionals Our trade only service is designed to help improve the accuracy of residential valuations and provide comprehensive up to date property news as well as improving the efficiency of planning development land and commercial property research What does a subscriber have access to Full subscribers have access to all the tabs as seen below Property Week ie data is updated daily and weekly depending on location and has a dedicated support staff available to resolve any user difficulties This support staff also vets the data to minimise inaccuracies Where does Property Week ie obtain its data Property Week ie gleans its data from national and regional newspapers as well as from trawling property agents websites Are the prices displayed achieved or advertised prices Prices displayed on Property Week ie are at the moment advertised prices but we hope to be able to track achieved prices in the future What about gaps On request we also provide free additional research for subscribers updating our system with all relevant data available This means you can be sure that when you search the results are as complete as possible Does Property Week ie cover the whole country Property Week ie covers all the major markets throughout Ireland but data collection is most authoritative in the Greater Dublin Area including Kildare Meath and Wicklow as it has been collected in these areas the longest

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    and other advertised information not on actual sale prices and property details The data is intended as a guide only to the market and for use by or in consultation with professional property valuers The Property Week cannot guarantee or accept responsibility for the accuracy completeness suitability currency or otherwise of the the data or the results of our analysis All information is provided to you in good faith as

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  • Property Week : A Valuation Tool For Professionals
    m of space at Bloom House on James Joyce Street Dublin 1 It is one of the largest office lettings agreed recently and is for a 20 year term with a Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 DEAL 5 574sq m Block G2 at Cherrywood let by Applied Process Consulting The rent is likely to be about â 215 a square metre in a 20 year lease from the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Council owned DLR Properties Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 DEAL 53 Merrion Square let by Ganly Walters at close to â 430 50 per sq m The four storey over basement building with 783sq m of space has now been let on a 20 year lease from January 2016 to Bespoke Serviced Offices which may refurbish the space before letting it to high e Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 DEAL 19 22 Lower Baggot Street in Dublin 2 have been sold for â 4 5 million They were acquired by Irish investment advisory firm Alway Consulting Ltd on behalf of the QIAIF Ballybunion Capital Ltd Alan Conway of Alway Consulting said the firm was delighted to add these Geor Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 Decision due on apartments on Cork site that flooded in 2009 Developers Gainstar Ltd Partnership applied for planning for 92 apartments on the site of the former Coca Cola bottling plant just west of Cork County Hall on the Carrigrohane Straight and 2 5km from Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 Gerry Gannon plans to build 84 apartments and townhouses in Clongriffin north Dublin Gannon Properties has just applied to Dublin City Council for permission to build a combination of one two and three bedroomed apartments 23 townhouses and two shops in two blocks at the site Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Feb 16 Victoriaâ s Secret set to lease BT2 store on Grafton Street Other BT2 outlets in Dundrum and Blanchardstown are believed to be trading exceptionally well and are unlikely to be affected by the possible closure of the Grafton Street branch Subscribe Irish Independent 16 Feb 16 Cushman Wakefield switches tie up from Lisney to Sherry Fitzgerald James Nugent said that due to the global merger of Cushman Wakefield and DTZ we will no longer be Cushman Wakefield s affiliate partner in Ireland as through the merger of the two businesses C W Subscribe Irish Independent 16 Feb 16 UK property company Hammerson closes in on control of prime Dublin assets UK property group Hammerson expects to finalise its acquisition of 50pc of Dundrum Town Centre by the summer and continues to see the potential for a landmark of international importance in the hear Subscribe Irish Independent 16 Feb 16 Patricia Byron flags future shortage of Irish graduates across the surveying profession SCSI director general Patricia Byron said that at current rates Irish graduates will only be able to fill half of the new roles expected to be created by 2019 Subscribe The

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  • Property Week : News
    provide State aid up to â 6 000 for first time house buyers â Burton The â save to buyâ scheme will involve a top up of â 1 for every â 4 saved by a first time house buyer u Subscribe The Irish Times 31 Jan 16 Ulster Bank predicted fall of 20 in house prices before crash The review was written by Paddy Oâ Driscoll the bankâ s head of property credit in the Republic and Ronnie Hanna head of credit his opposite number in the bankâ s Northern Ireland operations Subscribe The Irish Times 31 Jan 16 RTÃ plans to sell part of its Dublin HQ Its property located in Donnybrook on the capitalâ s southside is said to be worth â 12 million to â 15 million a hectare implying that it will have to offload a significant portion of it to rai Subscribe The Irish Times 29 Jan 16 Dublin city centre has no new houses or flats for sale Numbers recently compiled by the four Dublin local authorities show that of 56 newly built housing schemes currently on sale in Dublin city and county only 15 have homes available for less than â 30 Subscribe Irish Examiner 28 Jan 16 Unfinished houses in the worst ghost estate in the country to be demolished as Liberty pays bond Tim Lucey said he was prepared to take legal action if necessary to draw down an insurance bond held by Liberty which could be recouped to finish off work not undertaken by the developer of Lios na Gr Subscribe The Irish Times 27 Jan 16 Limerick beats 366 cities on house affordability in mistaken US consultancy index A three bed semi in the city would cost â 175 000 to â 200 000 For the â 92 800 referenced by Demographia buyers would have to look in very rural parts of the county according to Des Oâ Malley Subscribe Irish Examiner 20 Jan 16 REA Almost one in six overseas enquiries about property in Ireland are coming from the US A survey of members of the Real Estate Alliance REA reveals US property buyers are flocking to buy homes and investment properties here It found enquiries from the US have increased from almost Subscribe Irish Independent 20 Jan 16 Starwood gets go ahead for D4 scheme Starwood reportedly bid around â 200m for Elm Park The purchase by Starwood of Elm Park the vast Dublin 4 office and residential development has been approved by the Competition and Consumer Prote Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Jan 16 Ross Oâ Carroll Kelly s approach to planning guidelines When the new planning guidelines were announced allowing for smaller apartments he sat down with one of our developer clients and he showed him how to turn his plans for a development of 27 apartment Subscribe The Irish Times 15 Jan 16 DEAL Village at Lyons goes sale agreed at â 6m It is not clear if the buyer is Irish or

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    200 million centre which is planned for a site in Clonee Co Meath is due to start construction in the next couple of months and will come online by early 2018 at the latest Subscribe The Irish Times 22 Jan 16 Dublin ranked world s third best city for innovation The City Momentum Index of innovation oriented cities compiled by global real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle JLL ranked London first followed by Silicon Valley Dublin Bangalore and Bos Subscribe The Irish Times 15 Jan 16 Dublin 4 residents battle underground cinema plan Residents on one of the countryâ s most exclusive roads in Dublin 4 are trying to block plans for an extension that includes an underground cinema Dublin City Council granted permission last No Subscribe The Irish Times 12 Jan 16 About 450 social housing units planned for Dublin sites Dublin City Council on Monday evening approved a plan to develop social private and a new model of â affordable rentalâ housing at sites the council owns at Oscar Traynor Road in Coolock Oâ Deva Subscribe Irish Independent 21 Dec 15 Another reversal of fortunes for prices in Tallaght Constantly increasing rents have made it almost impossible for first time buyers to save the deposit required said Anthony McGee of REA McGee Subscribe Irish Independent 03 Dec 15 Let s move to Sandymount Around the village green Mark McGrath of Bennett Up to around the â 900 000 mark things are still moving well but above that things have definitely slowed and I would say prices are down maybe 5 on earlier in the year Subscribe The Irish Times 02 Dec 15 Dún Laoghaire is being transformed The number of vacant retail premises excluding the shopping centre fell from 45 in April 2014 to 17 last August says BID chairman Don McManus CBRE has named Danish lifestyle retailer Sostrene Gre Subscribe Irish Independent 12 Nov 15 Clontarf sea wall is cheap and nasty council is told by residents Mary Moriarty said she fears that the wall is going to attract anti social behaviour behind it Subscribe The Irish Times 12 Nov 15 Nama challenges Dunnes over delays to plans for The Square The High Court case filed this week marks the first time that the State property agency has directly challenged Irelandâ s biggest indigenous retailer in court Subscribe The Irish Times 05 Nov 15 Dún Laoghaire baths redevelopment plan gets go ahead The long awaited redevelopment of Dún Laoghaireâ s derelict Victorian baths got the green light on Monday after councillors voted for the go ahead of the â 2 5 million project which was approved b Subscribe The Irish Times 29 Oct 15 Five modular housing sites for homeless families identified The sites are in predominantly disadvantaged areas of the city with Ballymun Finglas and Darndale chosen on the northside and Crumlin and Ballyfermot selected on the southside of the city Subscribe The Irish Times 26 Oct 15 Oliver Plunkett Street in Cork Irelandâ s

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  • Property Week : News
    that allowing the agency to engage in home construction is illegal state aid and could slow the construction of the 120 000 new homes needed to end the shortage Subscribe The Irish Times 26 Jan 16 Industry criticises failure to test size of apartments Peter Stafford director of Property Industry Ireland Ibecâ s property division said he had urged the department to produce working models or â exemplar designsâ to test any new apartment sizes Subscribe The Irish Times 26 Jan 16 Irish Times editorial on apartment sizes Reductio ad absurdum It is now incumbent on the Minister to publish whatever research his department has done to underpin the latest set of guidelines Then the public would be in a better position to judge whether the ne Subscribe Irish Independent 26 Jan 16 Construction output 14pc but capacity shortage hurts recovery Aecom which produces a review of the construction market every year expects the market to post growth in the double digits in 2016 However Aecom Ireland director John O Regan warned that the lac Subscribe The Irish Times 25 Jan 16 Kellyâ s smaller apartment sizes cannot be built says RIAI RIAI vice president and housing spokesman John Oâ Mahony said it was â not possibleâ to design an apartment within the new minimum sizes because the smallest permissible rooms would not fit inside Subscribe The Irish Times 11 Jan 16 Building projects of over â 15bn in pipeline for 2016 The projects include a â 2 5 billion development of Cherrywood Co Dublin by its owner Hines development of the Ballsbridge hotels site formerly owned by Sean Dunne and acquired last year by Charter Subscribe Irish Examiner 18 Dec 15 â Irelandâ s smartest buildingâ One Albert Quay set to open in Cork Some 80 of the material used in the building was sourced in Ireland and all internal fitting was carried out by companies in the Cork and Kerry region Recycled material was used throughout and the Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Dec 15 Namaâ s Leitrim Longford assets unsuitable for social housing Properties deemed ineligible for reasons including size and poor construction standards Subscribe The Irish Times 26 Oct 15 Number of homes being built in Dublin falling About 20 000 homes need to be built every year including more than 8 000 in the Dublin region according to the Governmentâ s Housing Agency Subscribe Irish Independent 13 Oct 15 Developers face being blacklisted over defects Housing Minister Paudie Coffey wants to give the local authorities the legal power to block certain developers from engaging in construction for a certain period of time Subscribe The Irish Times 12 Oct 15 Building activity slows in September survey shows The Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managersâ Index PMI which tracks the sectorâ s performance on a monthly basis dropped to 55 8 in September from 56 5 in August indicating that while the Subscribe Irish Independent 09 Oct 15 Nama spent millions to fix second McNamara development The work

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    with Christmas lights in the coming weeks For some this will signify the start of the fe Subscribe The Irish Times 23 Sep 14 Work on new strategy for IFSC to commence â Given the contribution of the international financial services industry to the Irish economy it is vital that there is a coherent and up to date strategy to drive growth in the sector Subscribe The Irish Times 22 Aug 14 Missed Frankfurter Allgemeine worrying about Dublinâ s property market â an economic dwarf with a population and economic performance smaller than Hesseâ Subscribe The Irish Times 11 Aug 14 Times editorial A credit less recovery The imbalance between supply and demand unless rectified could serve to inflate house prices and erode some of the competitive advantage the economy has gained in recent years Subscribe The Irish Times 10 Jun 14 Variations in house prices have significant impact on the real economy The research paper Consumption and the Housing Market an Irish Perspective by Kieran McQuinn of the ESRI and Yvonne McCarthy of the Central Bank of Ireland examines the relationship between the Ir Subscribe The Irish Times 02 Apr 14 Why rising property prices are bad The best thing that can happen but probably won t is if house prices stabilise as both supply and demand come back in to balance Subscribe The Irish Times 17 Dec 13 Prospects look better than a year ago but we will be waiting for fruits of recovery Concerns that Dublin house prices are being protected by an illiquid market starved of supply may seem academic to homeowners But first time buyers are increasingly failing to bring mortgage approval Subscribe The Irish Times 28 Jun 13 Consensus about bank guarantee is wrong on so many levels By far the greatest policy error was to allow the property boom to continue while ignoring the risks Subscribe The Irish Times 28 May 13 Cantillon New jobs in Kells show that ConnectIreland is beginning to confound the sceptics There is more to come according to Terry Clune with three other projects ready to roll which will create another 70 jobs A further two projects which could bring 25 jobs are submitting business Subscribe The Irish Times 24 May 13 Ireland caught up in US tax loophole A number of the world s best known companies have opted to have an Irish registered company hold the IP for their sales outside North and South America Subscribe The Irish Times 24 May 13 CRH leads Irish Times Top 1 000 survey While there is a strong multi national presence amongst the lists s leaders Irish businesses including Kerry Group Musgrave Paddy Power and Ryanair all feature in the top 20 Subscribe The Irish Times 24 May 13 Global clampdown on multinational tax avoidance could get nasty It can safely be said such is the importance of the sector that if an exodus of multinationals located in this jurisdiction occurred in a short timeframe the ensuing decline in

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