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An Bord Pleanála gives green light for 899-bed student accommodation scheme in Dublin

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light for a 13-storey 899-student-bed scheme at Gowan House, on Dublin’s Naas Road.The appeal board’s granting of...

Dublin borrowers accounted for over 40pc of first-time buyer mortgages in Kildare, Wicklow and Meath last year

Borrowers from Dublin also accounted for a higher share of mortgages for new semi-detached or terraced homes, representing 55pc of these types of homes...

Housing developments unable to be approved due to poor water infrastructure, critical report finds

Building development applications in 100 areas across the north have been hampered by a lack of capacity in water infrastructure, a new report has...

Lack of investment in NI Water infrastructure is ‘restricting’ new housing developments

According to the report by the comptroller and auditor general of the Northern Ireland Audit Office, Dorinnia Carville, construction of new homes is among...

Simon and DCU study suggests vacant units above shops could alleviate Ireland’s housing crisis

Vacant apartments above shops could play a key role in providing housing in Ireland, according to a new report.The study published on Tuesday —...

Ireland needs to deliver on housing, planning reform and university funding to continue winning foreign investment

The Irish economy has held up well in spite of challenging global events but headwinds suggest we will be operating within an increasingly uncertain...

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