One of three accused in connection with Regency Hotel shooting granted bail – BreakingNews.ie

One of three Dublin men accused of helping a crime gang murder David Byrne at the Regency Hotel five years ago has been granted bail by the Special Criminal Court today. Mr Byrne was shot dead at the hotel in Swords, Co Dublin, in February 2016 after five men, three disguised as armed gardaí, stormed

Lack of rental properties for those on HAP payments – RTE.ie

Only 72 rental properties were within the reach of those on standard HAP payments according to a survey of urban areas by the Simon Communities of Ireland. The housing charity says supply is down by 9% on last year in a study of 16 areas and has expressed concern at the ending of the eviction

London BTR operator Fizzy Living to offer short-term rentals – Short Term Rentalz

UK: Professional landlord Fizzy Living has become the first build-to-rent [BTR] operator in London to offer short-term rentals, in light of the pandemic and evolving priorities for renters. The company, which owns and operates seven locations in and around London – Epsom, Canning Town, Hayes, Lewisham, Poplar, Stepney Green and Walthamshow – has typically offered flexible

Eddie Irvine sells luxury Dublin pad for £3m – Belfast Telegraph

They called him Fast Eddie when he was zipping around a Formula One racetrack in the 1990s. ut Eddie Irvine has taken a long, long time — 18 years to be precise — to find a suitable buyer for his stunning luxury home near Dublin. The playboy mansion in upmarket Dalkey, where Hollywood movie star

Accessible Ireland: A guide to a wheelchair-friendly holiday – Irish Examiner

When it comes to holiday planning, sometimes we all need a reality check-in. And if you thought booking a summer getaway this summer was proving a mission — put yourself in the place of one of Ireland’s 40,000 wheelchair users who face considerable holiday difficulties before they even click ‘book’. This week, I spoke to

A guide to boiler maintenance, servicing and tips for landlords – Simply Business knowledge

Boiler maintenance should be a priority for landlords – one slip-up and you’ll either fall on the wrong side of the law, or the boiler will break down. Read our guide to landlord heating obligations in the UK, including your responsibilities when it comes to boilers and top tips for boiler maintenance. Landlord boiler service

Scottish landlords 'frustrated' by lack of government support – Scottish Housing News

Scottish landlords ‘frustrated’ by lack of government support Published 22 April 2021 Hundreds of landlords and property professionals have hit out at a lack of Scottish Government support as a range of measures are called on to help protect this critical part of the nation’s housing stock. Ross MacDonald More than two-thirds of landlords and

Property prices far exceeding the asking price as people look to move to Lovely Leitrim – Leitrim Observer

The property market is an ever changing sector, continuously going through many ups and downs. We have gone from the halcyon days of the Celtic Tiger to the fallout resulting in ghost estates to the present time where prices are far exceeding their asking price but with very limited supply.The last year however, with the

How New Zealand's much-admired Covid-19 response helped fuel a housing crisis – BreakingNews.ie

For many, life in New Zealand’s capital Wellington is largely back to normal. Its windswept streets are crowded with maskless shoppers and office workers, bars are packed and the economy is humming along. In the distinctive “Beehive” parliament building, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her government have garnered lavish global praise for controlling the Covid-19

Killultagh Holdings: Losses rise to £25m for leading Northern Ireland property firm – Belfast Telegraph

One of Northern Ireland’s biggest property companies has reported a £25m loss for the year to the end of March 2020. osses at Killultagh Holdings – which owns assets including east Belfast’s Connswater Shopping Centre & Retail Park and Hillview Retail Park in the north of the city – rose from £18m the year before.