People starting new roles with Abtran, Stryve, Grayling Properties, TEKenable, Sedgwick and MediaCom – Irish Examiner

Here is a selection of people starting new roles with Abtran, Stryve, Grayling Properties, TEKenable, Sedgwick and MediaCom. Aisling Deasy has been appointed as group CEO of Abtran, the outsourced services provider which employs 1,400 people in Cork and Sligo. With Abtran since 2013, most recently as chief performance officer, she has led strategic programme

February 2021 | Private Rented Sector Report – ARLA Propertymark

Our latest figures clearly show that the rental market isn’t indicating any signs of slowing down as demand for rental properties surged last month. Letting agents are continuing to support landlords and their tenants during these ongoing difficult times, and it is imperative that tenancies are maintained to keep the rent flowing. Now have a

Aoife Gaffney named new managing director of Grayling's lettings division – Business Post

Grayling Properties has appointed Aoife Gaffney as the new managing director of its letting division, Grayling Property Management. With more than 13 years’ experience in the residential property industry, Gaffney has extensive experience in managing large-scale investments while increasing capital growth. Specialising in Dublin’s private rented sector and having worked in some of Ireland’s leading

New and notable appointments at Expleo Ireland, Strike, Docutec and Grayling Property Management | Business & Finance – Business & Finance

Pictured: Cathal Murphy, Client Director for Life Sciences, Healthcare and Manufacturing, Expleo Ireland This week sees new and notable appointments at Expleo Ireland, Strike, Docutec and Grayling Property Management Cathal Murphy, Client Director for Life Sciences, Healthcare and ManufacturingExpleo Ireland Expleo, the technology partner for innovative companies, today announces the appointment of Cathal Murphy as Client Director for

Who benefits when the government pumps the housing market? – New Statesman

On Monday 19 April, the government launched a new mortgage guarantee scheme, that was announced in this year’s budget, to encourage lenders to offer mortgages to buyers with deposits covering as little as 5 per cent of the property’s value. Under the terms of the scheme, the government will compensate banks and building societies if houses

Prince Philip: how the property landscape changed during his century – Estate Agent Today

At that time, as Britain was recovering from the loss of life and economic effects of the First World War, some 80 per cent of people rented their homes from private landlords. The scale of poverty and poor conditions prevailing in the rental sector at that time, and the bad health of many who went

Developers eye potential €50m sale of Royal Liver Retail Park – The Irish Times

Just over two years after it was sold for €25 million, the Royal Liver Park on Dublin’s Naas Road looks set for a potential return to the market at a new asking price of around €50 million. But while the well-known retail park’s owners, Allied Real Estate Group (AREG), are understood to be considering its

Peter McVerry Delivers Powerful Message About Homelessness On Tommy Tiernan Show – Balls.ie

Peter McVerry says there’s a constant anger within him due to the failure of the political system to help the lives of the poor and homeless in Ireland. “I’m very angry because this is not the way it should be,” the priest and homelessness activist said on The Tommy Tiernan Show. “It could be different

Rent controls are not the answer – ARLA Propertymark

On 6 April, Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan announced his manifesto ahead of the local elections in May 2021 with some key policy announcements that impact the housing sector, including proposals to introduce rent controls in the private rented sector. Rent control In order to ‘get to grips with the inequalities in the rental market’

Long term financial plan needed for greener property sector – ARLA Propertymark

The UK Government announced that the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme launched last year will close to new applications on 31 March 2021, twelve months earlier than originally planned. The Scheme opened in September 2020 to allow homeowners and landlords in England to apply for vouchers from a £2 billion pot to fund at least