Tighter lending and ‘stretched affordability’ moderating house prices – MyHome report
Residential property prices grew by 12.5% in the year to January, the highest annual growth rate since early 2015, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show.
New era for Ireland’s oldest city: Investment can unlock the potential of Waterford
Cork, Limerick and Waterford will dramatically expand over the next 22 years in a bid to act as strategic counterweights to Dublin. The dramatic expansion of the three Munster cities has been earmarked as a key priority for Project Ireland 2040 with the €1bn M20 Cork-Limerick motorway a key centre-piece of the plan. Waterford will
A special cabinet meeting this Friday (Feb 16th) in Sligo is expected to rubberstamp the funding for Waterford’s North Quays development.
Waterford’s stunning Greenway has been crowned Ireland’s ‘Best Tourism Initiative’ in the LAMA (Local Authority Members Association) All-Ireland Community and Council Tourism Awards 2018 competition. But, above and beyond that, it also won the overall best national award – the “Grand Prix Award for 2018” which is a one-off special commendation for outstanding excellence. It’s
Waterford Council takes over management of Mount Congreve estate
Strategic investment in Waterford’s North Quays will transform the region
PROPERTY IN SOME parts of the country could rise by as much as 20% over the course of this year, according to a new price guide due to be published this weekend. The Sunday Times Property Price Guide for 2018 will be published tomorrow and aims to provide an overview of the current state of
The Republic’s economy is on its strongest footing since the outset of the millennium, even though there are concerns about the impact of Brexit and US corporate tax reform, according to a senior National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) executive.