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Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy:  will signal a number of changes to planning and development laws at the Irish Planning Institute conference in Dublin on Friday morning. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Shared accommodation aimed at young professionals is to be developed in cities as part of a Government effort to reduce the cost of renting. Minister(...)

According to a European Buy-To-Let league table from payments company WorldFirst, the average yield on an Irish property stood at 7.08 per cent in August 2017, up from 6.54 per cent in 2016, and far ahead of the rest of the EU-28.

Ireland has topped a European buy-to-let league table for the second year in a row, as soaring rents across the country means it offers the best retu(...)

According to the latest Goodbody tracker, in the year to August, 5,393 units were completed, up 77 per cent versus the previous year but coming from a low base.

Housebuilding activity in Ireland is “substantially below” what official data suggests, according to a new report casting further doubt on the accurac(...)

The proposed new UCD student accommodation  in the Roebuck Castle and Roebuck Precinct.

An application for a €300 million on-campus accommodation complex for 3,000 more students at University College Dublin (UCD) has been submitted to An (...)

Trinity student Lily Brennan (22) who is unable to find accommodation and is living on friend’s couches. Photograph: Jack Power

Students unable to find rental accommodation have been left sleeping on friend’s couches and staying in tourist hostels in Dublin as the college term (...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy, speaks to the media about the Residential Tenancies Boardâ’ s latest Quarterly Rent Index Report on the opening day of the National Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Co Offaly. Photograph: Laura Hutton/Collins Photo Agency

Greystones in Co Wicklow and Drogheda Co Louth have been added to the Government’s list of rent pressure zones, Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy ann(...)

For many, the bedsit was a way of life and The Irish Times would like to hear your memories of single-room living.

For four years bedsits were banned in the State, but Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy is soon to announce that they are returning as a means of tack(...)

A wreck of a market - a post-crash ghost estate

For Ann, it was a bunk in a hostel or the loss of a new, permanent job. That was her choice. She has spent weeks looking for a place to rent in Dubl(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy.

The Minister for Housing has said he is in negotiations with Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe about plans to “scale up” their “ambition” in terms (...)

Rental opportunities in Ireland are limited. Photo: Getty

The State is rushing to adopt a European-style rental accommodation strategy, but without the legislative or policy frameworks that would provide reas(...)

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