Hundreds of luxury apartments controlled by US fund lie vacant in capital – Business Post

Hundreds of luxury apartments lie vacant at two of Dublin’s most prominent rental blocks controlled by a billion-dollar US fund. A detailed analysis of the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) register by the Business Post has shown nearly four-fifths of the 246 apartments in phase three of Clancy Quay in Dublin 8 are empty. Nearly half

Residents seek to overturn permission for Rathcoole development – The Irish Times

Four groups of local residents have taken a legal challenge aimed at overturning planning approval for a development including 204 residential units in Rathcoole, Co Dublin. At the High Court on Thursday, Mr Justice Richard Humphreys granted permission for the action to be brought against An Bord Pleanála and the State, with the developer, Homeville

Substitute Consent Procedure Enacted – Lexology

The Substitute Consent process allows developers to apply to An Bord Pleanála, Ireland’s planning authority (the Board), for permission to regularise permission for certain developments. Developments that come within the scope of the process are those that are found or considered to be non-compliant with provisions of EU law. The Substitute Consent process was thrown

Environmental group wins leave to challenge Trim planning permission – The Irish Times

An environmental group has obtained leave to bring a legal challenge aimed at overturning planning permission for a development of 320 residential units in Trim, Co Meath. Having admitted the action by Eco Advocacy to the High Court’s strategic infrastructure list on Thursday, Mr Justice Richard Humphreys fixed a hearing date in late February. An

Environmental group seeks to overturn approval for 320 housing units in Trim – BreakingNews.ie

An environmental group has obtained leave to bring a legal challenge aimed at overturning planning permission for a development of 320 residential units in Trim, Co Meath. Having admitted the action by Eco Advocacy to the High Court’s strategic infrastructure list on Thursday, Mr Justice Richard Humphreys fixed a hearing date in late February. An

Rathcoole residents challenge approval for 204 housing units – BreakingNews.ie

Local residents in Rathcoole, Co Dublin have taken a legal challenge aimed at overturning planning approval for a development that includes 204 residential units. At the High Court today, Mr Justice Richard Humphreys granted permission for the action to be brought against An Bord Pleanála and the State, with the developer, Homeville Devlopments Ltd, as

The money doctor's top 100 ways to save your cash in 2021 – Independent.ie

Are you having trouble making ends meet? Do you run out of money before pay day? Are you extravagant with your money? Do your current financial circumstances require you to do a complete overhaul on your lifestyle and spending? What are the areas that will allow economies in your spending? lmost every item of expenditure

Housing Minister confirms ban on evictions has returned under Level 5 lockdown – BreakingNews.ie

The Housing Minister has confirmed that the eviction ban has returned alongside level 5. Darragh O’Brien also says his Department is currently working on a package to cover commercial rates for impacted businesses during the first few months of 2021. While construction will remain an essential service, and is set to continue during the lockdown.

Rents in Galway city overtake Cork city as second highest nationwide – Connacht Tribune Group

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Rents in Galway city have over taken those in Cork city as the second highest on average in the country. Figures released by the Residential Tenancies Board show rents in Galway city have increased by 8.5 % quarter-to-quarter: Between Q2 and Q3 of 2020, average rents in Galway city increased

Rents grew at slowest rate in almost eight years in last quarter – The Irish Times

Average rents increased by 1.4 per cent, or €17 per month, in the last quarter, which was the slowest national annual growth rate in almost eight years. The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) published the quarterly Rent Index for the July to September period on Monday. It showed the average rent during the period rose to