Monday January 27, 2020

New homes from old bricks

Industry groups are hoping that the government will introduce new measures to revitalise old urban buildings

2nd October, 2016
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Mountjoy Square in Dublin 1: a possible site for regeneration

Fresh incentives to refurbish and convert old properties in urban centres look set to be introduced in the near future, as part of a package of government measures to increase the supply of residential accommodation.

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) is among the groups hoping that the forthcoming budget, or at the latest the finance bill, will see a revamp of the Living City Initiative (LCI), which even the government now acknowledges was...

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