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CIF is calling for an extension of the Help to Buy scheme as a top priority in their recent Pre-Budget 2020 Submission. Many house builders have reported that between 40% and 80% of homes sold to... Read Full Story At:  https://www.3dpersonnel.com/blog/2019/09/cif-proposes-extension-of-the-help-to-buy-scheme
A social housing development in Moycullen has been awarded €14.6 million in funding to deliver 46 social homes in the area. Galway West TD Seán Kyne confirmed that the money has been allocated to…  https://buff.ly/2N7NY8O    
It is oft repeated as a quick solution to the housing crisis: Dublin needs to build up, not out. Dublin’s skyline is too low, we’re not making the most of the space that we have. The average height…   Read The full story at:  https://www.3dpersonnel.com/blog/2019/07/should-dublin-get-a-high-rise-skyline-maybe-but-not-to-solve-the-housing-crisis  
The archdiocese of Dublin is to receive around €95 million from the GAA in return for 19.12 acres it owns on the site of the old Holy Cross seminary in Drumcondra, Dublin. The GAA has moved to the… Read The Full Story at:  https://www.3dpersonnel.com/blog/2019/07/gaa-agrees-eu95m-deal-with-dublin-archdiocese-for-clonliffe-lands  
The Dyke Road carpark and Black Box site could be set for a €170 million development to start in 2022 made up of student accommodation units, office space, a ground-floor retail area and a… Read Full Story At:  https://www.3dpersonnel.com/blog/2019/07/eu170m-regeneration-plan-for-dyke-road  
Works on a major centre that will form a “new destination” for students at University of Limerick have started. The new Student Centre, a 3,529 square metre building set over three storeys, is in a… Read Full Story At:  https://www.3dpersonnel.com/blog/2019/06/construction-work-starts-on-new-eu20m-student-centre-at-university-of-limerick
LIMERICK City and County Council has launched a programme that could potentially kick-start inactive planning permissions of almost 1,000 new homes across the city and county. The Turnkey programme… Read Full Story At:  https://www.3dpersonnel.com/blog/2019/06/new-programme-could-kick-start-building-of-1000-new-houses-in-limerick View Full List Of 3D Personnel Jobs Across Ireland
Richard Barrett's Bartra has secured the green light for a new high-rise scheme of 200,000 sq ft of office space at the Boston Sidings site in Dublin's Docklands. Dublin City Council has granted… Read Full Story at:  https://www.3dpersonnel.com/blog/2019/06/on-track-cie-boston-sidings-plan-secures-go-ahead
An Bord Pleanála has given the go-ahead for the construction of nearly 700 new student bed spaces on NUIG lands at Dangan – which will help relieve pressure on the city’s private rental accommodation market. And Galway City Council believes the development will help to “reduce nuisance”.... Read Full Story at: ...
Ireland’s construction sector continues to grow, though the rate of expansion eased last month, figures have indicated. The Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index, a benchmarked measure for assessing economic activity, also recorded a surging rate of job creation in March. The PMI found that house building was the fastest growing area within the wider construction sector. Readings below 50 on the index...
It was the tie that gave it away. I was near the headquarters of Anglo Irish Bank in 2008 when I bumped into Paddy Kelly, one of Ireland’s biggest developers, and his son Simon. The Irish property market was in meltdown, but it wasn’t clear yet that we were heading into Western Europe’s biggest real estate crash “Things must be bad if you’re wearing a tie,” I joked to Paddy, who was famous for avoiding...
A total of 534 new homes will be built in counties Dublin, Louth, Wicklow and Kildare in the first phase of Ireland’s first social housing Public-Private Partnership following agreement for €120m of new investment  total of 534 new homes will be built in counties Dublin, Louth, Wicklow and Kildare in the first phase of Ireland’s first social housing Public-Private Partnership following agreement for €120 million...