The implications of NAP banding on Irish dairy farms – Agriland

Under the current proposed Nitrates Action Programme (NAP), dairy farmers may see the introduction of banding. Currently the excretion rate for all dairy cows is 89kg of organic nitrogen (N)/cow. But under the proposed NAP revisions, higher yielding cows will be given a higher level of N excretion due to their larger feed intake requirements. 

Pair of modern Sandyford office blocks could bring a 7.5pc return – Independent.ie

Two suburban modern office blocks in Sandyford Business District have been brought to the market and agent Quinn Agnew is seeking offers in excess of €5.65m for the pair. oth Elm House and Oak House are detached units extending to 11,200 sq ft and 10,700 sq ft respectively and are laid out over three storeys. Currently four

Monopoly board: Entire Cork 'street' with hotel skips past its €9.5m guide – Irish Examiner

AN entire street, in Cork’s affluent Douglas suburb, has just been sold, for about €11 million, as other strong Munster retail complexes in Tralee and Waterford also come to market with far larger, multi-million euro price tags. Changing hands in quick time, as the impact of Covid-19 on the economy and the retail market recedes,

‘I’ve had two replies since March’ — distraught mum of five’s race against time to find a home – Extra.ie

A distraught mother of five has revealed how she is desperately trying to find a home for her family before they reach the end of their tenancy. Joanne told Joe Duffy on Wednesday afternoon that, although both she and her partner work full time and can afford Ireland’s extortionate rent prices, no landlord seems to

College students commuting up to four hours because of accommodation – The Irish Times

Unaffordable accommodation has resulted in record levels of homelessness among students who are sleeping on couches or forced to commute up to four hours a day, the Dáil has been told. People Before Profit TD Richard Boyd Barrett said the situation was “absolutely dire” for students who are being forced to stay in hotels where

Inbhear's inroad into meeting Clare town's demand for housing – Clare Champion

LAST week saw the official launch of Inbhear na Sionna, the new 47-unit estate, which has been delivered by approved housing body Co-operative Housing Ireland. The houses are one, two, three and four-bed units, each one with a BER rating of A3. Pearse O’Sheil is chairman of Co-Operative Housing Ireland and speaking about the organisation’s

Taoiseach says he doesn't want to see students staying in hotels due to lack of accommodation – TheJournal.ie

Taoiseach takes his first Leaders’ Questions in the Dail today after more than a year of sittings being held in the Convention Centre. Taoiseach takes his first Leaders’ Questions in the Dail today after more than a year of sittings being held in the Convention Centre. TAOISEACH MICHEÁL MARTIN has said he doesn’t want students

Taoiseach: Govt to 'keep close eye' on college rents – RTE.ie

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has that the Government would keep a “close eye on third level colleges to make sure they don’t charge exorbitant rents”. Mr Martin was responding to People Before Profit Solidarity TD Richard Boyd Barrett who told the Dail students were being priced out of student accommodation. He said that University College Dublin

The cost of buying a house in Ireland has gone up another 8.6% – TheJournal.ie

Image: Leah Farrell via RollingNews.ie Image: Leah Farrell via RollingNews.ie STATS RELEASED TODAY by the CSO have shown that the cost of buying a house in Ireland has increased by 8.6% in the last year. The Residential Property Price Index (RPPI) found that prices in Dublin have risen by 8.1% and prices outside Dublin have

How can letting agents help tenants with rent arrears… – Estate Agent Today

Almost a million tenants have built up rent arrears since March 2020, according to research by National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA). The alarming statistic is part of an investigation NRLA has been conducting into the state of the rental market in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it makes for disturbing reading. Some 7%