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Why does it take so long to build social housing?

Why does it take so long to build social housing?

Plenty of expensive and cumbersome obstacles stand in the way of getting homes built, writes Fiona Cormican of Clúid Housing

A lifetime collection from a king of couture

A lifetime collection from a king of couture

Lavery and Scott among Bonham’s sale gems

Lavery and Scott among Bonham’s sale gems

Object of desire

Object of desire

Events calendar & Auction Results

Events calendar & Auction Results

Classy vintage cars dominate a Brexit-themed auction

Classy vintage cars dominate a Brexit-themed auction

On the market

On the market

Our round-up of the best homes currently on offer

This Land is his Land

This Land is his Land

At 73, abstract master Sean Scully’s calendar is as crowded as ever. A new exhibition in Dublin, The Land/The Line, celebrates his gifts

Top-dollar toys make biggest auction splash

Top-dollar toys make biggest auction splash

Object of desire

Object of desire

Events Calendar

Events Calendar

Building blocks of a solid housing  strategy

Building blocks of a solid housing strategy

Close followers of the government’s housing strategy will probably agree that the allocation of €2.3 billion to the housing programme for 2019 is a significant investment

A classic period residence that’s only 12 years old

A classic period residence that’s only 12 years old

Built at the height of the boom, Ratholdren is a sprawling delight in a serene rural location outside Navan town, and is on the market for €795,000

Revamped home in south Dublin suburb for €675,000

Revamped home in south Dublin suburb for €675,000

No 5 Carrickmines Chase on Brennanstown Road in Dublin 18 is the type of family home that will not stay on the market for long

A quirky period Blackrock terrace asking €1.1 million

A quirky period Blackrock terrace asking €1.1 million

The three-storey end-of-terrace home, the first residence at the Blackrock end of the avenue, extends to 204 square metres