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The Government announced a new scheme to make a greater number of mortgages available to first-time buyer (FTB) individuals and couples. The Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan scheme is a Government-backed mortgage-initiative allocated with €200 million to be made available to individuals earning up to €50,000 gross per annum, or couples earning up to €75,000 gross per annum.
National property prices are set to rise by an average of 8% this year, according to the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland.
A recent article in The Sunday Business Post focused on the growth of urban populations worldwide and how infrastructure in these rapidly growing cities must adapt and innovate in areas such as housing, transport, energy, pollution, migration, healthcare and more.
Dublin City Council this week officially opened Weaver Park– the culmination of concerted efforts by the local community including the ‘Cork Street Park Group’ and ‘Skate 8’ (working with Carson & Crushell Architects), who sought much-needed playspace for local children, teenagers and adults.
Speaking at the Irish Planning Institute’s Autumn Conference last Friday (6th October), Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy TD, gave a strong speech addressing what he sees as an imbalance between commercial and residential development.
The Housing Supply Coordination Task Force published the Quarter 1 2017 Returns report (Housing Supply Coordination Task Force for Dublin – Quarter 1, 2017 Returns).
On Friday, the new Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy, T.D. signed the Commencement Order and supporting Regulations to enable planning applications for large-scale housing developments of 100 units or more, and large-scale student accommodation projects, to be made directly to An Bord Pleanála.