Pat Farrell

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The Beacon Hospital in Sandyford, Co Dublin made a loss of €2 million last year. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

The Beacon private hospital in Sandyford recorded a 7 per cent increase in its revenue last year but slipped into the red due to higher costs associat(...)

A third of those who participated in the research said they would like to be able to access every essential type of amenity within a 15-minute walk from home but only 10 per cent said they can at present.

Irish cities have unique potential to embrace the “15-minute city” concept intended to increase liveability and put urban centres on a sustainable foo(...)

It is expected that as many as 8,000 families a year might buy homes on the shared-equity scheme in the first two years. Photograph: Alan Betson

It is one of the curious things about life in Ireland that property developers and the construction industry here openly tell us that it’s just not fi(...)

“Irish cities are highly responsive in terms of supply and . . . there are more than 40,000 outstanding permissions in most cases ready to be acted on.” Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The faux outrage generated in relation to a shared-equity approach to housing falls into an all-too-familiar pattern that has come to characterise wh(...)

‘It seems that some of those who opine on the state of the housing market will clutch at straws to prove that the State can deliver housing much more cheaply than the private sector.’ Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

The recent rejection by Dublin City councillors of proposals to build new homes at Oscar Traynor Road was a significant setback to efforts to tackle o(...)

Turn right out of Norwich railway station, take the number 12 bus, change at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, ride eight stops on the number f(...)

One of the charges incorrectly levelled at institutional investors is that we are so-called “cuckoo funds” that prevent first-time buyers from getting on to the property ladder. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Government has outlined how it will carefully and on a staged basis reopen Ireland. With clarity, comes purpose. The economic predictions outlined(...)

Pat Farrell, chief executive of Irish Institutional Property, at his office in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A body representing a number of the country’s biggest residential landlords including Ires Reit and Kennedy Wilson has committed to the introduction o(...)

‘IIP landlords are encouraging tenants who are significantly impacted as a result of this crisis situation to make contact with them as soon as possible.’ Photograph: iStock

Tenants experiencing financial stress resulting from coronavirus may have their rents deferred and will not be served notice to leave, at least during(...)

The Irish Institutional Property report puts the cost of delivering a basic two-bed apartment in Dublin at €463,000. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The cost of delivering new homes in Dublin ranges from €330,000 for a two-bed townhouse to more than €463,000 for a two-bed apartment, a report by the(...)

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