Marie Hunt, CBRE head of research: said   16 office schemes were under construction in Dubin at the moment,  opening the opportunity for pre-letting space.

Prime office rents in Dublin are up 25 per cent at more than €530 a sq m, according to figures released by one property agency. A total of 126 office(...)

Growth will be driven by recovery in both residential (up 14 per cent to 2017) and nonresidential (up 12 per cent) construction, albeit from an exceptionally low base. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Irish construction market is expected to record the strongest rate of growth across 19 European countries up to 2017, according to a new foreca(...)

The number of new homes on which building work began in 2014 rose by 1,498 to 6,524  in 2013

Pent-up demand and increased confidence combined to boost the number of new houses built in 2014, although the rate of growth slowed sharply in the se(...)

 In the first eight months of the year the number of new planning applications in Dublin increased by 35 per cent. There were also large increases in planning applications in Meath, Wicklow, Kerry, Clare and Cavan.

The recovery in the housing sector continues to gather momentum, according to newly published data. The National Housing Construction Index, co(...)

Overall, there was a 4 per cent national decrease in project commencements last year compared to 2012. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/Irish Times

The number of new homes and extensions being built is expected to rise this year with an increase in planning applications recorded in at least(...)

There were 624 new builds at the start of 2013 nationwide, compared to 726 a year earlier. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The recent bad weather could be to blame for a 14 per cent drop in the number of new homes and extensions being built. The national (...)