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  • Apartments plan for former Cork city pub approved: Plans proposed the demolition of the rear annex and public house extension and the construction of a new two-storey extension to the rear of the existing building, to develop six one-bedroom apartments.
  • Main construction works on Midleton wastewater pumping station set to start this month: The project, which commenced in 2022 and is expected to be completed in 2025, represents a €24m investment by Uisce Éireann.

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‘Industry/Academia Innovation Partnerships & Sustainability in Real Estate’

Joining us on the ‘Breaking Ground’ show on iProperty Radio this week is Emer Byrne, Chartered Surveyor, Chair of the SCSI – Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland Sustainability working group and lecturer in Technological University Dublin to discuss how to professionalise the construction industry, real estate sustainability and opportunities for innovation and research industry partnerships with TU Dublin.

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*County Clare Property Market Update*

This week on #PropertyRoundup on iProperty, we are joined by Diarmuid McMahon, Managing Director of Sherry FitzGerald McMahon in Ennis, Co. Clare to give us a market update, share a few insights and discuss the pipeline for new and second homes in Ennis and West Clare.

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*Fractional Real Estate: How to get started*

In the Proptech Hot Seat on iProperty Radio this week is Duncan Kreeger, CEO and Founder of TAB. Duncan joins us to discuss how to get started with fractional real estate investment, the biggest challenges facing property buyers today and self managed portfolios. Listen back to the full interview to hear Duncans top tips for those getting started in the real estate industry.

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