Donal Buckley

Donal Buckley

Surveyors’ body calls for fund to deal with defective apartment schemes

Surveyors’ body calls for fund to deal with defective apartment schemes

Call made to housing minister following a number of recent high-profile cases concerning building defects

Work paying off at former Sandyford industrial estate

Work paying off at former Sandyford industrial estate

Planning permission has been granted for more than 110,000 square metres of new office developments following the launch of the Sandyford Business Improvement District Company

Luxury retailers: if you build it, will they come?

Luxury retailers: if you build it, will they come?

Can the retail developments on Dublin’s Dawson St attract the big-name international brands?

Dublin office market still European hotspot

Dublin office market still European hotspot

Slipping in the rankings to fifth most expensive European city means the capital is proving more competitive and the pace of rents will continue to increase, albeit at a slower pace

Dig deep on Dawson Street

Dig deep on Dawson Street

Developers are rushing to catch the new Luas line at Dawson Street, with over 40,000 square metres of new commercial space expected to command some of the highest rents in Ireland

Managing properties – now there’s an app

Managing properties – now there’s an app

Not only does the software monitor mechanical and electrical functions, it also monitors health and safety issues

New Reits expected after tax changes

New Reits expected after tax changes

More real estate investment trusts could be welcomed by smaller investors as an opportunity to invest in diverse portfolios while limiting personal risk

Office space demand precipitates a Smithfield regeneration

Office space demand precipitates a Smithfield regeneration

Rising rents and a dearth of available property mean that new office development is coming down the tracks

Demand spikes for pubs in Dublin

Demand spikes for pubs in Dublin

Bar sales, including coffee shop and juice bars, increased by 5 per cent in the first 11 months of 2016 and 11 per cent since 2012

Ireland’s seafood sector has potential to be the international catch of the day

Ireland’s seafood sector has potential to be the international catch of the day

Donal Buckley talks about Bord Iascaigh Mhara’s plans to get more people in Ireland to eat fish, to improve our trade links with Asia and to process the catches caught by other countries off our coasts

Getting bang for your buck with buy-to-let

Getting bang for your buck with buy-to-let

Most of the areas with the lowest yields are those where properties attract the strongest competing bids between home buyers and investors

Towering strength: Dublin’s two-year commercial property growth spurt

Towering strength: Dublin’s two-year commercial property growth spurt

Analysis by Construction Information Services shows that 600,000 square metres of commercial property will be built in Dublin over the next two years

Market sees healthy demand for multi-family properties

Market sees healthy demand for multi-family properties

Best prices are likely for new multi-family developments, or ones which have undergone significant refurbishment

International players piling into Dublin student accommodation

International players piling into Dublin student accommodation

180,000 students need housing in Dublin every year

Allsop’s is looking to online for the future

Allsop’s is looking to online for the future

Slow start to commercial market this year, but 60 commercial assets and 120 homes are on offer in next month’s Allsop’s catalogue