Growth of activity slows further amid fall in new orders

New orders down for second month running as prices rise sharplyActivity up at slowest pace in 13 monthsBusiness confidence weakest since October 2020

Ireland’s Construction Leaders Come Together to Champion Modern Methods of Construction

“Collaboration at this scale has the potential to have a huge impact on MMC adoption across Ireland”
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Weekly Irish property market news and insights – for the industry, by the industry

Before we get stuck into the general property news of the week, today's Sunday Property Round-Up carries a few negative/insolvency stories across the industry, which...
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Consortia Sought to Deliver Build Digital Project for Ireland’s Construction Sector

Earlier this week Geospatial World published an article entitled ‘Irish Government Seeks Consortia to Deliver Build Digital Project for Construction Sector’. The article reports on...
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 Sunday Property Round-Up September 25th, 2022

Weekly Irish property market news and insights - for the industry, by the industry       Before we get stuck...

City centre apartment with Dublin quay views on market for €285,000

A double-balconied city-centre apartment with views over Dublin’s quays is being brought to the market by REA Grimes in Clontarf with an asking price of...

Stylish two-bed duplex with stunning views of Dublin Bay on market for €375k

3 Seaview Court, Clontarf, two-bed duplex with stunning views of Dublin Bay 3 Seaview Court, Clontarf -...

DESIGN POP PROGRAMME ANNOUNCEMENT

Seven pavilions announced featuring collaborators Maser, Currabinny Foods, CCAE, Ballymaloe, PlayNice Studio, The River Lee + many many more….  Happening across Cork...

Two ‘fixer-up’ family homes near Clontarf seafront on market

Two ‘fixer-up’ family homes located less than two minutes’ walk from the landmark Wooden Bridge at the seafront in Clontarf, Dublin, are being brought to...

Work begins on one of Ireland’s most sustainable large buildings

The new Martin Naughton E3 Learning Foundry brings together  Engineering, Environment and Emerging Technologies on Trinity College Dublin’s campus in Dublin city centre

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