The winners and losers of the pandemic – The Irish Times

With retail, hospitality and beauty and grooming services closed for much of the year, it’s no surprise that businesses in this sector have struggled. However, as with most things in life, if one sector is floundering, another may be booming. Here we take a look at some of the sectors and businesses that have thrived

QuotedData's Real Estate Roundup – June 2021 – QuotedData

Kindly sponsored by Aberdeen Standard Investments Performance data May’s biggest movers in price terms are shown in the chart below. Unsurprisingly, St Modwen Properties saw a big rise in its share price in May having received a cash offer for the business (logistics developments and a housebuilding arm) from Blackstone, valuing it at a big

Developer's change of direction on Sextant site steers us to causes of housing crisis – Irish Examiner

IT was hard for some to swallow – the demolition of a historic quayside pub loved by many. Oozing charm and character, The Sextant and its striking facade had stood at the gateway to the city’s southern docks since 1877.  The sadness felt as the demolition crews moved in last August was eased somewhat by

Alone: Government must act to prevent homelessness among elderly – Irish Examiner

The Government should provide secure, long-term rental tenure and increase social housing to prevent older people from entering homelessness, a charity has said. In its submission to the Department of Housing on the new housing strategy, Alone said it was important to reduce the “catastrophic effects” the current housing situation has on the existing older

Government urged to improve housing options for single people – Laois Nationalist

James Cox National housing charity Threshold has highlighted the lack of affordable housing options for single people living in Ireland, as the Department of Housing today published its homelessness data for April. The data shows that a total of 5,889 adults accessed emergency accommodation in April (compared to 5,894 in March) with a total of

Slight Increase In Number Of People Homeless – 98FM

There’s been a slight increase in the number of people recorded as homeless. 8,082 people were registered as homeless last month — up by 20. 69% of Ireland’s homeless population are based in Dublin. The Department of Housing says 2,193 children were in emergency accommodation in April, which is 27 more than March. “Unacceptable” Focus

Demand for rental accommodation highest on record for April – ARLA Propertymark

Propertymark’s latest Private Rented Sector Report continues to show no sign of demand slowing down in the rental market with a record-breaking number of new prospective tenants for the month of April. New tenants New prospective tenants registered per branch dropped slightly to 82 from March’s figure of 84, but despite this, it is still the highest figure on record for the month

Hibernia REIT plc: Preliminary results for the -36- – Marketscreener.com

Cash passing rent is the gross property rent receivable on a cash basis as at the reporting date. It includes sundry items such as car parks rent and estimates of rents in respect of unsettled rent reviews. CBD is Central Business District. CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project) is a not-for-profit organisation that runs the

One in six working families 'face poverty amid high housing and childcare costs' – Belfast Telegraph

Around one in six working households face living in poverty, fuelled by rapid house price growth and a lack of affordable childcare, according to a think tank. he UK’s relative poverty rate among working households hit a new high of 17% before the coronavirus pandemic took hold in early 2020, the IPPR (Institute for Public

One in six working families 'face poverty amid high housing and childcare costs' – Independent.ie

Around one in six working households face living in poverty, fuelled by rapid house price growth and a lack of affordable childcare, according to a think tank. he UK’s relative poverty rate among working households hit a new high of 17% before the coronavirus pandemic took hold in early 2020, the IPPR (Institute for Public