Cheaper rents than the capital and a talented supply of graduates from its university and third-level colleges make Limerick city a ripe opportunity
Prices are on the up for restaurants and cafés in salubrious (and even not-so-salubrious) locales around Dublin
Call made to housing minister following a number of recent high-profile cases concerning building defects
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
Can the retail developments on Dublin’s Dawson St attract the big-name international brands?
Rising rents and a dearth of available property mean that new office development is coming down the tracks
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