Future Analytics Consulting Ltd, in conjunction with commercial property specialists CBRE, released a very interesting report this week focusing on the increasing appetite in the Irish market for investment in alternative sectors.
On the 21st of June, Future Analytics Consulting hosted the final review of the HARMONISE project in Dublin, when the project consortium presented the research outputs and findings to representatives of the European Commission.
“We will consult on possible amendments to the planning guidelines to support the construction of… retirement villages for the elderly.’
The recently publishedA Programme for a Partnership Government document includes interesting policy initiatives, based on a five-year timeframe, such as the pledge to examine how the planning system may be used to develop housing for our ageing population.
The Resilient City – Future Proofing Our Urban Infrastructurewas the theme of the final event of the HARMONISE project final event, which took place in Genoa, Italy on 24th May 2016.
As coordinator of the project, Future Analytics Consulting director Dr William Hynes presented at the event, and was joined in Italy by director Stephen M. Purcell, and staff members Aoife Doyle and Maria Rochford who also contributed their knowledge of the project to the day.