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15 Acre Drogheda Development Site

A residential 15.09 acre development site in Drogheda is being brought to the market by agents Bannon. The lands are zoned “Residential New” under the Drogheda Borough Council Development Plan 2011 – 2017.

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30.75 Acre Development Site in Limerick City

A major mixed use development site on the edge of Limerick City is being brought to the market by development land consultant Cian McMorrow of Bannon. The site is located close to the Dock Road/M7 Interchange, 4 kms south-west of Limerick City centre.

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DCC gives go-ahead for multi-million euro docklands development

The first of the fast-track developments planned for Dublin’s docklands has been given the go ahead by the city council. The planning permission for the site on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay will involve 58 apartments and 9,000 square metres of office space.

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DAA begins €10m office development at Dublin airport

Dublin Airport Authority is to spend an estimated €10 million on the redevelopment of the former Aer Lingus head office at the airport. The six-storey over basement building with a floor area of 8,300 sq.m (89,400 sq.ft) will in future be known as One, Dublin Airport Central.

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Docklands Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) for the City is launched

Dublin City Council will officially launch The North Lotts and Grand Canal Dock Planning Scheme on Wednesday 10th December at 11am at the Dublin Docklands Development Authority Offices at Custom House Quay, Dublin 1. The publication marks the beginning of a new process of implementation of the Docklands Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) Scheme for the City, and a new era of investment and development in the Docklands area.

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Central Bank’s new €140m headquarters Project

The Central Bank is expected to submit a planning application for its new headquarters which will be built on the Dublin Docklands site once earmarked as a head office for the former Anglo Irish Bank, which will cost an estimated €140 million, reports the Irish Times.

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Irish Construction Sector monitors fastest rise in a decade

The Ulster Bank construction purchasing managers’ index (PMI), which monitors the health of the sector, rose from 61.5 in September to 64.9 last month with commercial activity expanding at a strong pace from 62.7 to 66.8 and the civil engineering facet of the index rising from 45.1 to 50.6. This was the second highest reading since the survey began in June 2000, only behind the reading seen in November 2004.

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Development land for sale in Drogheda, Co. Louth

Approximately 12.9 ha. (31.87 acres) of development land for sale in Newtown, Drogheda, Co. Louth. Planning permission is until July 2017 on part of the site for 260 units. One of the last major greenfield development sites in Drogheda.

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Hibernia Reit acquires 0.75 acre freehold site in Dublin’s South Docks

Property investment company Hibernia Reit has exchanged contracts to acquire a 0.75 acre freehold site at 1-6 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2 for € 17.75 million in an off-market transaction.

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New partnership in Northside Shopping Centre

Patron Capital Partners has formed a new retail and residential partnership with Brian O’Callaghan, the son of well-known Cork developer Owen O’Callaghan. Patron has already begun working on its first joint project with Mr O’Callaghan to operate and expand the Northside Shopping Centre on the northern fringe of the M50 in Coolock, Co Dublin.