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Sunday Property Round-Up, September 10th

The big property news stories of the week – on the residential side at least – came out of Minister Eoghan Murphy’s housing summit (and that’s without comment on any person changed to the railings of the Custom House).   Most of that news has been shared through […]

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Rent a Room: Survival Guide for Owners and Tenants

  This week many people’s lives are going to change; university students will leave home for the first time, parents will feel the nest emptying and for brave home-owners  who answered the crisis call to rent out a room, they will learn what it is like to […]

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Sunday Property Round-Up, September 3rd

It has been another busy property week, with the new selling season definitely upon us but before we get carried away, it’s important to reflect on what is still broken within the system.  Over the past week, three people who were classified as homeless in different parts […]

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CIF Women in Construction, Breakfast Briefing

    CIF Women in Construction Breakfast Briefing – September 26th. #BuildingEquality   The Construction Industry Federation is hosting a breakfast briefing for women in construction on Tuesday, September 26th at their offices on Canal Road in Dublin. Under the theme of #BuildingEquality this event highlights the […]

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Using #Proptech to Manage Major Road Bridge via ARUP

  I came across the following interesting article from ARUP recently entitled: How do you use technology to better manage a major new road bridge? We have featured many AI-empowered sensor systems to enhance, or rather pre-empt, routine maintenance within facilities management; however, this is the best […]

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Sunday Property Round-Up, August 27th

  With September 1st just around the corner, construction and housing news is starting to ramp up again after the summer lull.  Here’s a quick round-up of the industry news you might have missed this week: The Sunday Times   On the front page, Valerie Flynn writes […]

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Sunday Property Round-Up, August 20th

The weekend broadsheets are rightly dominated by the terror attacks across Europe and the riots in Charlottesville, our deepest sympathies go to all of the families affected. Closer to home, most people appear to be back at work and gearing up for September after a few quiet […]

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Sunday Property Round-Up, August 13th,

It has been a quiet few weeks on the construction and housing front as most firms shut down for the holidays.  It’s back to business next Monday for most, so, if you have been relaxing on a beach or holidaying with in-laws for the last few weeks, […]

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Understanding AI (kind of) for #proptech

AI, or artificial intelligence, is behind much of the digital transformation taking place within the property industry at the moment as proptech innovators start to structure and use the mountains of data being generated daily.   We know that by 2012, more data was being created annually […]

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Sunday Property Round-Up, July 30th

  As we approach August, the property supplements slow or stop altogether for the summer months and property news itself is slowing down.  The next four weeks are very likely to be a rehashing of existing stories but, sometimes, that is where the best analysis is to […]

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