Artists’ impressions of the latest plans for the pedestrianisation of College Green in Dublin.

Dublin City Council’s plan to create a piazza in front of Bank of Ireland on College Green – effectively blocking traffic from moving through the area(...)

Andrew Smyth joined Savills in 2013 and is now responsible for the firm’s internal and external communications

Andrew Smyth has been appointed head communications at Savills Ireland. Smyth joined Savills as PR manager in 2013 and he is now responsible for the (...)

Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Dublin 18. Ires Reit: average monthly rent is €1,479.

They’re slowly changing the landscape of the Irish rental market, promising professional service levels, offering screening rooms, gyms and kitchens (...)

Savills says that 67 per cent of the industrial market  take-up in the third quarter was acquired through outright purchases, as sales have now outstripped lettings for seven consecutive quarters in the sector

There has been a dramatic increase in transactions in the industrial market over the past year, according to Savills. “Gross transactions in the indus(...)

‘Those who bought property in the south east of England before the housing boom are clearly in the best position as they will benefit from all three windfalls.’ Photograph: Getty Images

Almost half a million people left Ireland between 2008 and 2014 as our economy faltered, then collapsed, and eventually began to claw its way out o(...)

Strong demand for space has pushed up prime industrial rents by around 6 per cent so far in 2015

Take-up of space at the mid-year point in the industrial market is over twice that of 2014, according to fresh research from agent Savills. It (...)

A recent surge in the registration of goods vehicles has been cited as further evidence of recovery in the consumer economy. Figures from the Central(...)

The take-up of industrial space in the first quarter of 2015 was the highest Q1 figure recorded since 2008

Take-up of industrial space in the first quarter of 2015 was more than 107,000sq m (1.152 million sq ft), a 72,000sq m (775,000sq ft) increase on the (...)

Looking ahead: The obvious release valve on price pressure will be the construction of new homes in desirable areas in 2015

The new year brings with it fresh speculation as to how the property market will perform in 2015. But if anything was learned last year, it’s that (...)

Dublin property prices have risen by almost a quarter in the past year figures from the Central Statistics Office show. Property prices continue to cl(...)