Construction Information Services notes the housing sector saw a substantial increase in project volume in 2022, 23,751 residential unit completions in 2022
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The number of residential units submitted for planning in the first quarter of 2021 is down by 29% compared to the same period in 2020, according to a report from Deloitte.
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James Benson, Director, Development, Planning and Housing, CIF, writes that the country needs 36,000 homes each year for the next two decades to keep up with population growth, but current supply isn’t matching either the demand or realisable output.
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In November 2020, HBFI launched two new products to further its presence throughout the housebuilding finance market. These products closely support the market requirements and have been developed following extensive engagement with market participants. The two new products are:
• COSME Product
• Social Housing Product.
SEAI Deep Retrofit Conference Discusses Plans to Upgrade Ireland’s 1 Million Energy Inefficient Homes Over 200 building professionals, including architects, specifiers, builders, plumbers, engineers and researchers, gathered at SEAI’s second Annual Deep Retrofit Conference in the Aviva in Dublin. The conference brought together building energy efficiency experts from Ireland and Europe to discuss solutions to […]
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National Statement of Housing Supply & Demand and Outlook of 2017 – 2018. Key points New Builds Sufficient development land – Construction Growth – Progress in unfinished estate completions Sales Residential sales decline in 2016 – House price increases slower Rental Sector Rents rise across country – New rent highs in Dublin. Affordability problems in particular […]
Ten applications per hour as Help to Buy Scheme opens Help to Buy scheme gets off to a quick start with some 120 first time buyers submitting applications in first 12 hours of it opening, according to the Revenue Commissioners. The Government’s first time buyers Budget 2017 incentive came into legislation in the new year. […]
What Central Bank new mortgage measures mean for Irish construction industry Key changes designed “to improve the sustainability and effectiveness of the current framework” The Ceiling on the loan to value (LTV) ratio for all first time buyers to be set at 90%, from the current 90% for loans up to €220,000 and 80% for […]
The CIS Construction Opportunities Report 2017 reveals that there is an increase of €1bn in combined project values over 2016 in construction work planned for 2017 with €17bn worth of projects in planning for 2017. The CIS (Construction Information Services) Report includes comprehensive descriptions and contact details on the largest active and most lucrative projects […]
Tim Moore, IHS Markit UK Construction News: First growth since Brexit due to house-building In September, the UK construction industry has seen its first signs of growth since May. The Markit/CIPS Construction Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) reached 52.3 in September, up from 49.2 in August. UK House-building up This growth has been attributed to a […]