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Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien has again defended the proposed Affordable Purchase Shared Equity scheme. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Details of regional price caps attached to a contentious shared equity scheme for private home purchases will be published soon, Minister for Housing (...)

The figures are contained in the HSE’s weekly Covid-19 schools mass testing report based on figures collected last week between November 15th and November 21st. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

The risk of transmission of Covid-19 virus within schools remains low despite a number of high-profile clusters of cases in schools, according to publ(...)

On foot of complaints, the Department of Education contacted a number of schools in the non fee-paying sector, advising them that admissions charges are illegal. Photograph: iStock

Some schools have been charging parents up to hundreds of euro in enrolment fees despite legislation prohibiting the practice. Between October 2019 a(...)

Michael Hynes. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Eddie Byrne and Michael Hynes may not quite finish each other’s sentences. But they’re not far off. The joint managing partners of residential develop(...)

Clare Holohan and Sharon Van Sinderen take up the roles of senior development manager and senior counsel respectively

UK-headquartered developer Quintain has announced the appointment of two senior team members as the company continues its expansion in the Irish marke(...)

A computer generated image of the Tandy’s Lane development in Lucan.

Construction will begin later this year on a a site that has been granted planning permission for 245 new homes in Lucan, Co Dublin. UK developer Qu(...)

Preparation of a masterplan for the Cherrywood lands, which were acquired last year from investment firms Hines and King Street Capital for more than €120 million, are said to be at an advanced stage.

US private equity group Lone Star’s Quintain Ireland property development arm has secured planning permission to build 153 homes in Portmarnock in nor(...)

South Dublin County Council plans to build homes priced below €300,000 at three sites in the west and southwest of the city, with the first homes expected to go on sale from next year. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

More than 2,000 first-time buyers have lodged an interest in buying the first 500 affordable homes planned for south Dublin in more than a decade. So(...)

Adamstown, Ireland’s newest town and one of its most multicultural, turns 15 this month. Has it lived up to the dream for its growing population? (...)

Cairn will issue a 2019 trading statement next week. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

House builder Cairn Homes has sold more than 220 dwellings in Dublin to an investment-firm backed landlord for €78 million. Cairn said on Friday that(...)

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