Is 2021 an inflection point for green lending?
Greenwashed loans will soon become limited due to intervention at EU level and advancements in the valuation process, so the competitive edge will be with those who invest in sustainable buildings
With global leaders facing criticism following Cop26 of being self-interested, disjointed and delivering watered down commitments on climate action, an unlikely contrast is apparent in the capital markets where a common sense of purpose is developing between the world’s largest asset managers when it comes to the ‘green agenda’.
To date, 220 organisations representing over $57 trillion assets under management, or AUM, (which represents more than half of global AUM)...
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City centre development opportunity in Dublin’s ‘coolest neighbourhood’
A substantial corner block of offices in Blackpitts in Dublin 8, which could be redeveloped as residential accommodation, is on the market for €5.75 million
Talbot Hotel Group acquires the Clonmel Park Hotel in Tipperary
The four-star hotel, which was built in 2006 and comprises 99 bedrooms, a leisure centre and conference facilities, has undergone significant refurbishment
Ready-to-go site for six homes in Citywest for €450k
Development land at the entrance to the Silken Park estate is within walking distance of shops, schools and restaurants as well as transport links to Dublin city centre