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Crown Square Development Worth €200 million Creates 250 Construction Jobs

At the junction of Monivea Road and Joyce’s Road in Mervue, east of Galway city, lies the unused 12.6 acre Crown Square site. It was abandoned in September 2008 following the economic crash, and it fell under receivership with NAMA in 2012 until Padraic Rhatigan of JJ Rhatigan recently signed a deal to take over the site once more. The Development Plan The developer has plans to build five th...
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Enda McGuane to Speak at National Construction Summit

Enda McGuane, MD of Winters Property will be a speaker at the National Construction Summit that takes place tomorrow, 14th of March.  This will be the 5th Annual National Construction Summit. It takes place in Citywest Dublin and expects to have over 3,000 people in attendance.  The key themes for this year's conference are: Brexit Foreign Direct Investment Jobs, ski...
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What Type of Landlord are You?

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The Sky’s the Limit for Building Heights following Report

It’s onwards and upwards in urban development as limits on building heights are scrapped. As part of Project Ireland 2040 and the National Planning Framework, new measures were published in December 2018, prepared by the Department of Housing Planning and Local Government.  The report is titled ‘Urban Development and Building Heights Guidelines’ and presents a new, forward way of think...
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New ghost estates are in store due to overestimating demand

Leading economists warn that overestimating how many new homes are needed in Ireland will lead to a very real danger of more new 'ghost estates' being built.  Savills has conducted new research that shows demand for new houses may have been overestimated by as much as 13,000 units. This is roughly a third of the overall estimation. This may result in a whole new range of ghost estates ...
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