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Irish Construction Industry Magazine: Strong Upward Trend For Housing

The CSO Quarter 1 2019 new dwellings completion report confirms a strong upward trend across all housing construction activity dat

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Irish Examiner: Mortgage Expert: Extend Help-To-Buy

The help-to-buy scheme should be extended “sooner rather than later” to help first-time buyers being priced out, a mor

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Industry leaders: Housing and labour biggest barriers to growth in Cork

Cork cannot let housing shortages, public transport problems and a lack of construction workers undermine its burgeoning position

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The Echo: Ireland ‘must triple housing output’

Ireland needs to triple its total new homes output in 2018 for the next three years if the country is to catch up with the dire ho

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Cork Beo:Housing Crisis will suffocate Cork’s recovery warn builders

Cork risks losing its greatest opportunity for growth in decades if the city – and county – fails to tackle the housin

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The Irish Examiner: Blend of mixed-use schemes using new tech needed to ramp up housing

A blend of mixed-use developments, and embracing new build technologies and AI, will be needed to ramp up Ireland’s housing

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The Irish Sun: Property Prices Up 80% on 2013 Low

Property prices have increased by 82 per cent since the economic crash, according to the latest CSO figures.   The Central St

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The Irish Times:Slowdown in property price growth

House price growth has slowed again, rising by just under 4 per cent in the year to March the lowest annual increase since 2013. &

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Limerick Post: Dearth of apprenticeships and trades training in the construction industry

The construction company GPD is calling on the Government for more initiatives opening up the number of apprenticeship places and

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The Times (Ireland): House price rises slow, but first-timers still struggle

By Aaron Rogan   House prices have increased by 82 percent since their trough in 2013 but the rate of growth has started to s

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