Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust Announces Notice of Termination of IRES Management Agreement – Canada NewsWire

TORONTO, March 31, 2021 /CNW/ – Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX: CAR.UN) (“CAPREIT”) announced today that  IRES Fund Management Limited (the “Investment Manager”),  a wholly-owned subsidiary of CAPREIT, today provided twelve (12) months’ notice of termination of its management agreement (the “Management Agreement”) with Irish Residential Properties REIT plc (“IRES REIT”), which will

Gardaí warn against Easter gatherings as 30 fines issued to Cork house party guests – Irish Examiner

Gardaí have warned against the holding of Easter bank holiday house parties after they issued 30 on-the-spot fines to people attending a party at a rented house on the southside of Cork city. They dished out several €150 fines to people  attending the party, and €500 fines to those who were identified as the organisers

Designer Paul Costelloe leads a slew of famous faces who’ve donated art to the Jack & Jill Foundation’s Inc… – The Irish Sun

HE might be living in the UK for over 20 years, but Paul Costelloe has said he is “100 per cent Irish” and has never even considered a UK passport. Covid-19 and the pandemic have made Brexit seem like something forgotten but it continues to cause issues in the UK for imports and exports. 5

Money Talks: I am in my mid-thirties and don't think I will ever be able to buy a house – Irish Examiner

I am 35 and single. I work full time in a good job and I am well paid, but I am finding it next to impossible to save anything once my monthly outgoings flow out of my account. I am currently renting, and I am beginning to think that I will never own my own

Sculptures, harps, and royal entertainment among Foreign Affairs costs in 2020 – Irish Examiner

A €17,650 sculpture, a €13,970 bill for decorative harps outside Irish embassies, and €17,541 in catering for Prince William and Kate Middleton were among the costs incurred in keeping the country’s Department of Foreign Affairs running last year. The department also forked out €13,274 for catering during a visit to Ireland by the president of

Strong jobs growth underpins office sector – Savills –

Property advisor Savills Ireland said the total take-up of Dublin office space in the first quarter was over 100,000 square feet. Savills said that while this is low by historic standards, it is not surprising given the Covid-19 restrictions in place.  It noted that a total of 15 individual transactions were completed during the quarter. 

How much tax will I pay if buying property with savings in the UK? – The Irish Times

I plan to invest in a buy to rent, max price €225,000. I already have a share-owned home with my brother, no mortgage, would be a cash buyer; the majority of my savings are in the UK. I have lived and worked there for many years but am now retired and have moved to Ireland permanently.

Mystery new firm may be on way to Northern Ireland retail park – Belfast Telegraph

A mystery new retailer may be on their way to Northern Ireland, despite the economic woes caused by the pandemic. t has emerged that a retailer with no presence in Northern Ireland is considering occupying the last remaining unit at the Holywood Exchange Retail Park. The 4,000 sq ft unit, which is between Burger King

YMCA Sandymount site primed for housing seeks €10m – The Irish Times

Developers engaged in the delivery of accommodation aimed towards the upper end of both the traditional owner-occupier and private rented sector markets will be interested in the sale of a site on Claremont Road in Sandymount, Dublin 4. Extending to an area of 2.6 hectares (6.6 acres), the subject property is zoned for the delivery

As Deliveroo Workers Push for Better Work Conditions, There's Debate About How to Organise – Dublin Inquirer

Photo by Som Senior. Sub-letting a Deliveroo account can take a chunk out of a delivery rider’s weekly earnings. How much you pay depends on how fast your bike is, says Eddine Maddouri, who became a rider a year ago after the pub he was working at shuttered due to Covid-19. It’s about €20 to