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The Department of Housing last month sought applications from local authorities for the first €50 million of the fund. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters

Local authorities have sought €600 million in Government funding to help developers build homes on lands needing major infrastructural work. This is 1(...)

Piper’s Hill in Naas: the first of 120 three-, four- and five-bed houses costing from €335,000 will go on sale though Savills in early 2017

The new homes market is looking lively, with an increase in the number of launches of new developments this autumn over previous years. Some developer(...)

Patrick Crean and Greg Kavanagh: their firm has ivated about €300 million on suitable sites. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Builders are no strangers to planning disputes. Just ask Greg Kavanagh and Pat Crean of New Generation Homes, which has withdrawn its application for (...)

The chief executive of Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has welcomed the Government’s Help-to-Buy scheme for first time buyers, saying it represented the the best way to stimulate construction in the short term. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

The chief executive of Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has welcomed the Government’s Help-to-Buy scheme for first time buyers, saying it represented th(...)

Minister for Housing Simon Coveney at Dolphin’s Barn flats. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

New houses costing in the region of €250,000 to €260,000 are expected to become available in the Dublin area as a result of Government initiatives, Mi(...)

 Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform: South Dublin County Council has written to him and Minister for Transport Shane Ross asking them to “reinstate” the Dart Underground plan. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

The provision of up to 17,000 homes in Dublin is at risk if the Dart Underground project is not given the go ahead by Government, South Dublin county (...)

The land is being sold as part of the distressed assets held by the late Liam Maye, one of developers of Dundrum Town Centre

The debate on the potential for a wind farm in the Dublin mountains seems set to be reopened with the pending sale of 4,900 acres (1,983 hectares) alo(...)

Circuit Court president Mr Justice Raymond Groarke heard the settlement offer had been made by Giraffe Childcare without admission of liability. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A five-year-old girl who suffered stress and psychological abuse when she attended a creche which figured in an RTÉ exposé of the mistreatment of chil(...)

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