Troubled Caffe Nero rejects last-minute takeover bid – BreakingNews.ie

The billionaire brothers behind petrol forecourt giant EG Group have had a last gasp attempt to snap up Caffe Nero rejected as lenders for the cafe chain prepare to vote on a major restructuring deal. On Monday afternoon, Caffe Nero creditors will vote on a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) plan aimed to secure better terms

QRE Advisers combine with Cork agents O'Connor Murphy – EchoLive.ie

QRE Real Estate Advisers has announced a strategic partnership with the commercial division of Limerick and Cork-based commercial real estate agents O’Connor Murphy. Based in Limerick, the expanded division of QRE will provide clients with a wide range of professional property services in Limerick, Cork and Galway. The partnership will also offer investment analysis and

Judge considers order deferring sale of home of abused mother of two – BreakingNews.ie

A High Court judge is considering making an order deferring for several years the sale of the home of a woman and her two young children. The sale order was obtained by the woman’s estranged and previously abusive husband from the Circuit Court, so he could buy a house for himself, his new partner and

Man who stole more than €95,000 in social welfare under false names jailed – The Irish Times

A Ukrainian national who stole more than €95,000 in social welfare under two false names has been jailed for 2½ years. Viktor Voloshin (51) obtained false Lithuanian documentation for two separate aliases which he used to claim jobseeker’s allowance and rent supplement over an eight-year period. Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that Voloshin was not

OECD countries ill-equipped to meet Covid-19 housing crisis – The Irish Times

The world’s wealthiest nations have halved public investment in housing development over the past 20 years, with Ireland “at the bottom of the group”, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has told a Housing Agency conference. The Covid-19 pandemic will increase demand for social and affordable housing over the long term, said Willem

Man jailed for stealing over €95,000 in social welfare – Independent.ie

A Ukrainian national who stole over €95,000 in social welfare under two false names has been jailed for two-and-a-half years. iktor Voloshin (51) obtained false Lithuanian documentation for two separate aliases which he used to claim jobseeker’s allowance and rent supplement over an eight-year period between 2008 and 2016. Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that

Ukrainian jailed for stealing €95,000 in social welfare – BreakingNews.ie

A Ukrainian national who stole over €95,000 in social welfare under two false names has been jailed for two-and-a-half years. Viktor Voloshin (51) obtained false Lithuanian documentation for two separate aliases which he used to claim Jobseeker’s Allowance and Rent Supplement over an eight-year period between 2008 and 2016. Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that

In brief: real estate acquisitions and leases in Ireland – Lexology

Acquisitions and leases Ownership and occupancy Describe the various categories of legal ownership, leasehold or other occupancy interests in real estate customarily used and recognised in your jurisdiction. The two most common legal interests for the purpose of ‘good marketable title’ in Ireland are freehold and leasehold (with an unexpired term of at least 70

Man jailed for stealing over €95k in social welfare under two false names – Leinster Express

A Ukrainian national who stole over €95,000 in social welfare under two false names has been jailed for two-and-a-half years. Viktor Voloshin (51) obtained false Lithuanian documentation for two separate aliases which he used to claim Jobseeker’s Allowance and Rent Supplement over an eight year period between 2008 and 2016. Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that Voloshin was

70% of Airbnbs back on long-term rental market says Dublin City Council – BreakingNews.ie

The majority of Dublin’s Airbnb lettings have returned to the long-term rental market according to Dublin City Council. They claim almost 70 percent of properties suspected of operating illegally in the city have provided them with new tenancy agreements since the pandemic began. As reported in the Irish Times, the Council is continuing to investigate