Bringing South Dublin's life science opportunity to life – The Irish Times

Ireland has a unique opportunity to build on its life science reputation garnered through 50+ years of FDI related pharma and medical device manufacturing. The reasons for Ireland’s success in life sciences are multi-faceted, and involve a broad alignment between collaborative stakeholders. The access to a well-educated and highly motivated workforce is at the core of

West Midlands sees highest tenant demand in the country – Birmingham Live

Demand for rental homes in September was highest in the West Midlands, according to new figures from ARLA Propertymark. Its Private Rented Sector (PRS) Report found the region recorded the highest number of new tenants registering for properties per letting agency branch for September, with an average of 106. This compares with the number of

Number of housing starts passes 30000 as construction hits its fastest pace since 2008 –

The number of housing units started in the past year has reached 30,500, the strongest reading since July 2008. t is the clearest sign yet that construction is finally accelerating toward meeting demand.   The numbers, compiled by Davy Stockbrokers, are based on 12 months of official New Building Control Management System Commencements. The data for September show

Nearly 100 households are made homeless every day, shocking data reveals: 'This is what we feared' – Yahoo News UK

91 families are being made homeless each week in England (PA Images) The scale of England’s homelessness crisis has been laid bare after new data released by the government reveals almost 100 households are being made homeless each day in England.  The figures reveal more than 180,000 households have been pushed into homelessness since the

Focus on Northern Ireland – Shoosmiths legal updates

As with other parts of the UK, the last 18 months have seen a period of exceptional market activity in the living sector in Northern Ireland, despite the economic challenges of Covid. Much of that activity has in fact been driven by the societal challenges and behavioural shifts brought about by the pandemic. Northern Irish

Tenant demand highest in West Midlands – Property Reporter

The West Midlands had the highest number of new tenants registered per branch for September, according to newly released figures from ARLA Propertymark. The membership body for property agents revealed that, during September, new prospective tenant numbers reached 83 per branch and despite falling from 107 against the previous month, this remains the highest figure

Tenant demand outstripping supply – Propertymark – Property Industry Eye – Property Industry Eye

ARLA Propertymark has issued its Private Rented Sector (PRS) Report for September 2021. The published data comes from a survey of 175 ARLA Propertymark members by Opinium Research. The members represent an average of 4 branches each, with 39% in South East and London and 61% in the rest of the country. Highlights of the

Latest scheme at £33 million business park expansion to create 100 jobs – Cheshire Live

Developers have been given the green light to build the second phase of a £33 million expansion at a business park. And the scheme at the Novus scheme in Knutsford’s Parkgate Industrial Estate is set to create up to 100 jobs. Industrial developer Chancerygate received permission for phase two of its overall 207,000 sq ft

Tenant demand slows but it's still a record for Autumn – Letting Agent Today

ARLA Propertymark has released its latest lettings market snapshot showing demand reducing – but even so still being a record for the time of year. The average number of new prospective tenants registered per branch fell in September to 83, from August’s figure of 107. This still remains the highest figure on record for the

Renter Group Calls For 'landlord License' To Crack Down On Unsafe Homes – Todayuknews – Todayuknews

A body representing renters has called for a ‘national landlord register’ in England to help weed out bad landlords and unsafe homes. Generation Rent has said that forcing buy-to-let landlords to get a license to rent out properties, which is already required in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, would make it easier for councils to