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Coveney announces €32 Million for Repair and Leasing Scheme

    Coveney announces €32 Million for Repair and Leasing Scheme

The Minister for Housing, Planning, Community & Local Government Simon Coveney announced on Thursday that the pilot scheme that targets vacant properties and secures them for social housing, by financing the cost of repairs, is to be rolled out on a national basis. An additional €26 million is being provided to fund the scheme in […]

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€20 Million Office Development Launched in Cork City

    €20 Million Office Development Launched in Cork City

A €20 million office development at Camden Place will provide 150 construction jobs with up to 500 jobs coming on-stream in Cork city centre on completion, the Cork Chamber of Commerce announced on Thursday. Demolition will commence in February, with work on the 65,000 square foot of lettable floor space expected to take 12 months.
Award-winning […]

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Nine Fatal Construction Accidents in 2016

    Nine Fatal Construction Accidents in 2016

There were 44 people killed in workplaces in 2016, representing a 21% reduction of the 56 reported in 2015, according to figures released by the Health and Safety Authority on Thursday.
Construction fatalities were down to nine in 2016, from 11 in 2015.
The number of deaths on farms remained high, with 21 reported in 2016, compared […]

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House Price Inflation May Hit Double-Digit Levels in 2017

    House Price Inflation May Hit Double-Digit Levels in 2017

Irish house price inflation is set to accelerate in 2017, potentially reaching double-digit levels, according to the MyHome.ie property report for the final quarter of 2016.
“Clearly low stock levels will be the main driver of what’s happening in the market and will be for the foreseeable future,” MyHome.ie Managing Director Angela Keegan said. “Our report […]

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25% of Homes That Qualify for the First-Time Buyers Scheme Located In Dublin

    25% of Homes That Qualify for the First-Time Buyers Scheme Located In Dublin

Research conducted by Daft.ie has found that 25% of available projects that qualify for the first-time buyers scheme are located in Dublin County. The research, published on Friday, November 25, found that the largest share of qualifying houses were in Dublin, followed by Kildare (14%), Meath (13%) and Cork (6%).
Daft.ie Public Relations and Communications Manager […]

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Irish Water to invest €228m in upgrading water and wastewater infrastructure in Cork.

    Irish Water to invest €228m in upgrading water and wastewater infrastructure in Cork.

The wastewater network is to undergo a €180m upgrade, while a further €48m will be spent on improving drinking water quality and supply.
The Cork Lower Harbour Main Drainage Scheme will provide a new wastewater treatment plant to serve Cobh, Carrigaline, Crosshaven, Passage West/Monkstown (including Glenbrook and Raffeen) and Ringaskiddy (including Shanbally and Coolmore).
Work is underway […]

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ESB opens new €33m Woodhouse Wind Farm in County Waterford

Pictured officially opening ESB’s €33m Woodhouse Wind Farm in Co.Waterford today  is Paddy Hayes ESB Executive Director Generation and Wholesale Markets and  Minister for Energy Alex White T.D.
Minister for Energy Alex White TD  today opened the new €33m Woodhouse Wind Farm in County Waterford, a key part of ESB’s Wind Development programme.
The new renewable energy […]

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Dalata planning to build up to seven hotels around Dublin

    Dalata planning to build up to seven hotels around Dublin

Hotels firm Dalata is in discussions to buy as many as seven sites in central Dublin to build hotels as it seeks to take advantage of the shortage of rooms in the capital.
Speaking after an extraordinary general meeting which saw shareholders sign-off on a €160m fundraising for new projects, Dalata boss Pat McCann said his […]

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Nimbus researchers secure €1.5m in EU funding for energy efficient buildings projects

    Nimbus researchers secure €1.5m in EU funding for energy efficient buildings projects

Researchers from the Nimbus Centre at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) have secured €1.5m in EU funding as part of the development of two international projects.

The Horizon 2020 projects are in the ICT for Energy Efficient Buildings call for 2015.
The first is called ‘Tools for Continuous Building Performance Auditing’ led by Dr Susan Rea and […]

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All-abilities playground in Cork starts build

    All-abilities playground in Cork starts build

It is hoped that the major facility in Fitzgerald’s Park, which will enable children with disabilities to play alongside able-bodied children, will be open by August.
City Hall said the timing of the work during the summer was unavoidable, given the long lead-in to the design and tendering process.
When the project was announced last year, a […]

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Cork tech firm to create 80 new jobs

    Cork tech firm to create 80 new jobs

Cork-based technology firm Global Shares has announced a major expansion plan which will create 80 new jobs over the next three years.
The company which develops software for managing employee equity plans currently employs 60 people in Clonakilty and has offices in New York, California and London.
It clients include big international companies like Cargill, Morningstar, Living […]

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Job boom for Cork City as it is set to benefit from €500 million investment

    Job boom for Cork City as it is set to benefit from €500 million investment

Some 8,000 jobs could be created in Cork City as details emerge that €500 million has been earmarked for its redevelopment.
Why Weight?
After more than a decade of neglect, Ireland’s ‘second capital’ is set to see almost half a billion pumped into strategic development projects around the city centre and its surrounding areas.
At a briefing in […]

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Free Seminar on ‘Building a Business on Your Ideas’ comes to Kerry

    Free Seminar on ‘Building a Business on Your Ideas’ comes to Kerry

Minister for Skills, Research and Innovation, Damien English TD, has urged businesses to avail of the opportunity to attend a Government-sponsored free seminar, ‘Building a Business on Your Ideas’ which will take place in Solas Building,Tralee Institute of Technology on Thursday 16th April, 2015.
This seminar will provide an insight into intellectual property rights (patents, trade […]

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New social housing units to be delivered in Cork

    New social housing units to be delivered in Cork

The housing lists in Cork City and County are set to reduce with news that 69 social housing units will be delivered by the local authorities by the end of 2017.
The move has been confirmed this morning by Ciarán Lynch.
Overall, a total of €204,946,289 is to be invested in the two Cork local authorities from […]

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3,300 Jobs on way for Limerick in massive city centre development – 300 in construction stage

    3,300 Jobs on way for Limerick in massive city centre development – 300 in construction stage

The biggest city centre real estate project outside of Dublin over the next 10 years has received the green light today.
The project based in Limerick city centre looks set to employ up to 3,300 people.
Limerick City and County Council today invited expressions of interest in the €80-€100m strategic Opera Centre site, which triggered the go […]

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Limerick City and County Council has given a go to the €80 Opera Centre site development.

    Limerick City and County Council has given a go to the €80 Opera Centre site development.

The re-developed 50,000sq metre project should create around 3,000 jobs with 300 additional jobs supported during the construction stage.
The 2.8 hectare site will provide for a mix of office, educational, retail and residential uses over a five-year period.

 The publication by Limerick City and County Council of an invitation for expressions of interest in the site has triggered […]

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