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Almost 1,000 homes planned for Dundrum hospital site under scaled-down scheme

Plans for almost 1,000 social and affordable homes at the Central Mental Hospital in Dundrum, south Dublin, have been lodged

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Building new gas terminals would cost householders more in energy bills long term, environmentalists warn

Buliding import terminals for liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a response to the energy crisis would risk even higher prices

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Level of debt taken on by Approved Housing Bodies too high, Oireachtas will hear

The level of debt being taken on by Approved Housing Bodies (AHBs) is too high, with organisations unable to take

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Galway Independent TD warns of job losses in Construction Industry unless Government allows some flexibility into the market.

Galway Bay FM Newsroom – Construction chiefs are warning that the ‘National Development Plan’ and ‘Housing for All’ are both

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Plans for 190 apartments on Monahan Rd in Cork

Plans for 190 apartments in a complex ranging from one to 12 storeys high have been lodged for a site

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Stormont department criticised for building Derry park-and-ride which breaches planning rules

  The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) has been strongly criticised for building a second park-and-ride facility on the outskirts of

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Janssen to expand Cork facility with possible creation of 180 jobs

  Janssen Sciences Ireland is expanding its biopharmaceutical supply chain facility in Ringaskiddy, Co Cork. The facility, which is part

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Plans for Port Investment in Cork Harbour Stalled by Objections to Develop former IFI Marino Plant Site

A major new port facility planned on the Cork Harbour site of the former Irish Fertiliser Industries (IFI) plant at

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Cork GAA cleared to lodge ‘fast track’ plans for residential development on GAA lands

The way is now clear for the debt-laden Cork County GAA Board to lodge ‘fast track’ plans to An Bord

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Work on Charlemont metro station begins before planning application for line lodged

Construction work costing €12.5 million has gone ahead on the controversial Charlemont Metrolink station near Ranelagh, Dublin, even though transport

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Concerns grow over major Limerick road projects after construction company enter receivership

  A YEAR after work on a vital €58m road restarted, concern has now been expressed over the future of

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Ireland to get €12bn Intel investment, but not new European fabrication plants

  Intel will not be building a series of planned new huge European chip manufacturing facilities in Ireland, with the

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Court of Appeal dismisses businessman’s appeals relating to Naas property case

  The Court of Appeal has dismissed a businessman’s appeals in a case where he sought to assert a beneficial

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Civils contractor Roadbridge placed in receivership

  Irish civils contractor Roadbridge and its UK subsidiary have been placed in receivership with 215 UK jobs at risk.

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Up the Walls – Paul Clements on Hadrian’s Wall and the Mourne Wall

Two walls – one in the north of England and the other in the north of Ireland, separated in their

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Wage rises likely to add to construction cost pressures

Labour costs could be on course to rise in the construction industry as some firms in the sector report difficulties

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Wexford Arts Centre closing to allow for construction of €2.5m extension

  The doors of Wexford Arts Centre, the longest running regional arts centre in Ireland which was established in 1974,

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Daa gets approval for new paid drop-off and pick-up zone at Dublin airport

Dublin airport operator, daa has secured permission to install a new paid drop-off and pick-up zone for the country’s busiest

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Ultra Clean to create 100 jobs with new facility in Cavan

Ultra Clean today announced that it is establishing an Advanced Technology Cleaning Centre (ATCC) in Cavan. This investment represents a

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Irish building materials supplier CRH to withdraw from Russia

Ireland’s CRH will cease operating what it described as “infinitesimally small” Russian operations and has temporarily shut its much larger

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Treetop walk will open soon at Avondale Forest Park

  THE highly anticipated next chapter of Avondale House and Forest Park will unfold in early summer with the opening

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Archaeological works at ‘colossal’ data centre site are unauthorised, residents claim

  The High Court is being asked to declare as unauthorised what are claimed to have been archaeological and agricultural

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Denis O’Brien firm secures permission for Dublin docklands office block

Billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien’s Jepview has secured planning permission for a 15-storey office block in Dublin’s docklands. Jepview Ltd has

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The number of residential commencement notices lodged in Ireland in 2021 was above pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report from Deloitte.

  Deloitte Ireland’s latest Real Estate Planning & Development Statistics report shows that commencement notices were lodged on 24,304 units

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Key role for well known Longford company as 100 new jobs to be created in midlands

A well known Longford company will play a key role as construction work is poised to commence in the coming

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Northern Ireland seeks to fix longstanding productivity problem

Beside a main road close to Northern Ireland’s only Unesco world heritage site, the Giant’s Causeway, lies an empty field

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Profits surge to €7.2m at Irish timber group Brooks

Profits at the company behind Brooks timber suppliers and merchants soared 71pc to €7.2m in its last financial year even

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100 new jobs as construction work set to commence on Offaly factory expansion

Construction work will commence in the coming weeks on the expansion of the Zoetis production facility on the IDA Ireland

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Multi-million pound floating wind farm proposed off Northern Ireland coast

Work is under way on a bid to open a multi-million pound offshore floating wind farm off the coast of

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Sky’s the limit: Young crane driver scales new heights

It is a sector that is crying out for skilled professionals, and a Galway teenager, said to be the country’s

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