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Sunday Property Round Up: June 4, 2017

The expectation for today’s broadsheets was a full analysis of our Housing Minister’s keenly fought battle for Fine Gael leadership, which he lost out on to Leo Varadkar. Instead, all the Sunday papers, broadsheet and tabloid (with the noted exception of The Sunday Business Post) are dominated […]

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#Proptech Tuesday, 30-05-17

~ Originally published on www.prop-tech.ie, May 30th, 2017 Proptech News The last few weeks have been busy on the proptech front with conferences, expos and summits in London and Dublin.  Also, low-cost hotdesking space for proptech start-ups launched on Dawson Street (Dublin 2) and the summer proptech […]

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RTE Radio 1: The Business with Richard Curran

Listen back to the RIPPLE story and hear about the evolution of shipping container homes and business popping up all around Ireland with Ireland’s property bloggers:  

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Sunday Property Round Up, May 28

Date for your diary: Bloom, in the Phoenix Park runs from Thursday June 1st to Monday June 5th. The Sunday Business Post Property Plus The property section leads with an extensive – and colourful – feature on this year’s Chelsea Flower Show by Ros Drinkwater. This gardening […]

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Sunday Property Round Up: May 21, 2017

They say you never forget your first, and as the State’s first (non-junior) Minister for Housing, Simon Coveney has proven himself to be dogged and resourceful.  Most importantly, he is not afraid to build on the ideas of other.  This is a rare thing in partisan politics […]

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Sunday Property Round Up, May 14th

Today’s offering is not quite as chunky as last week, all of the property sections/supplements feel a bit lighter today (in property news, features and advertising). The Sunday Business Post has an excellent front page (of the Money Plus section) piece by the infinitely sensible Karl Deeter […]

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House hunters’ relationship status with the Dublin market? It’s complicated

We now have twice as many house-hunters across Ireland as we have available homes For would-be property buyers in Ireland right now, it is fair to say that the goalposts have shifted,  regularly.  In the last week we learned that despite the yoyo Central Bank lending rules, […]

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Sunday Property Round-Up

Johnny Ronan on the need for Dublin to build upwards; why can’t we solve a problem that everyone agrees on & rats in Dublin’s emergency accommodation facilities… Good news for property watchers with plenty of time on their hands and very patient spouses, there is a lot […]

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Ireland’s Latest Property & Development News

Sunday Property Round-Up Never let it be said that Irish newspapers don’t offer value for money; today’s line-up is jam-packed with the best property commentary I’ve read for months.  Plenty to keep you going through the long weekend.  If you only have time for one paper today, […]

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What I learned as a non-planner in a room full of planners

Originally published on www.thejournal.ie , April 16, 2017 Last week I was invited to speak at the Irish Planning Institute AGM in beautiful Westport.  Knowing that IPI membership is made up of planners from the public and private sector, I had to work to keep an open […]

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