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Trinity College Dublin Led €1bn Scheme Approved

The Government has approved the development of the €1bn Grand Canal Innovation District- a national initiative, spearheaded by Trinity College Dublin in collaboration with other universities. Located in the heart of the city, the District aims to be a hub for innovation and excellence, world class university research facilities and a thriving start up ecosystem, […]

Posted by: Nathan Spencer

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Regeneration of Cork Town Revealed

The Pork of Cork has outlined an ambitious vision for Bantry Bay which will act as a catalyst for future development in the town. The plans propose a water-sports park, boardwalks and a new tidal water feature. Brendan Keating, CEO of Pork of Cork and speaker at the upcoming Ireland Development Conference, said: “It’s hoped […]

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Irish Housing Developer Announces Plans to Build 1,400+ Homes

Circle – a voluntary housing association – is set to build more than 1,400 new homes over the next two years having secured a €51m AIB loan. The house builder, who’ll be speaking at our Ireland Development Conference, are expected to build the homes across the Republic of Ireland in locations such as Greater Dublin, […]

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UK Construction & Property Events Worth Attending in 2020

The construction and property industry is in a fascinating place. On one side there is major disruption and uncertainty with skills, housing, Brexit and more creating massive challenges which need to be overcome. On the other hand innovative smart solutions are offering ways to combat barriers, whilst ambitious infrastructure projects including HS2, Northern Powerhouse Rail […]

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Ballymore Lodge Plans For Dublin’s Tallest Tower

Developer Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore Group will submit a fast-track planning application to An Bord Pleanála today for the development of a 23-storey apartment block in Dublin city centre. Ballymore are speaking at our upcoming Ireland event. The proposed tower forms part of the wider Connolly Quarter mixed-use scheme, Ballymore and its Singapore-based partner, Oxley Holdings, are aiming to […]

Posted by: John Clark

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Video gaming helping to innovate the construction industry

Offsite manufacturers are hiring talent and adopting techniques from the video gaming industry to help design innovative new buildings, the firm behind the delivery of Dublin Airport’s €22m new passenger facility has said. Wayne Yeomans, Head of Business Development at The McAvoy Group, which delivered the new building at Dublin Airport using offsite manufacturing said: […]

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Airport growth to rely on additional revenue streams

Airports will need to rely more heavily on incomes from developments such as Airport Cities as revenues from flight fees and retail declines the Development Director for Dublin Airport Lorcan Tyrell has said. Speaking at our Airport Cities Development Conference in Manchester, Tyrell said that cuts to passenger landing charges from €9.50 to €7.50 were […]

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“We need your help”

As hosts of the leading built environment networking events, we are always looking at ways we can improve and modernise to ensure we are providing everyone with an outstanding experience. We have recently partnered with Constructing Rainbows to look at ways we can encourage a more diverse audience to our events. We know that by […]

Posted by: Nathan Spencer

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