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New €48m Dublin Inland Port set to open next month

Irish Independent 15 Oct 2021
A unit of ferry group Irish Continental has secured the first licence to operate at the new €48m Dublin Inland Port, which has been developed near Dublin Airport by Dublin Port Company. The Irish Continental subsidiary Dublin Ferryport Terminals (DFT), already operates a container terminal at Dublin Port.
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Budget 2022, tax deal a win for Ireland but ‘loss for world’, and BoI’s Munster HQ for sale

The Irish Times 13 Oct 2021
The entire building is let to Bank of Ireland, which will remain as a blue-chip tenant on a full repairing and insuring lease with an unexpired term of more than 10 years ... And finally, Fiona Reddan reports that a number of prime properties on Gardiner Street Lower, Dublin, have come to market seeking €9 million.
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Residents start legal challenge over leave for 282 Crumlin apartments

The Irish Times 12 Oct 2021
Local residents have initiated a legal challenge aimed at overturning An Bord Pleanála’s permission for 282 apartments on the site of the former Eason warehouse in Crumlin, south Dublin ... As required, 28 of the apartments would be sold or leased to Dublin City Council for social housing.
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Residents intitate legal challenge over permission for Crumlin apartments

The Irish Times 12 Oct 2021
Local residents have initiated a legal challenge aimed at overturning An Bord Pleanála’s permission for 282 apartments on the site of the former Eason’s warehouse in Crumlin, south Dublin ... As required, 28 of the apartments would be sold or leased to Dublin City Council for social housing.
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Residents intitate legal challenge over plan for 282 Crumlin apartments

The Irish Times 12 Oct 2021
Local residents have initiated a legal challenge aimed at overturning An Bord Pleanála’s permission for 282 apartments on the site of the former Eason’s warehouse in Crumlin, south Dublin ... As required, 28 of the apartments would be sold or leased to Dublin City Council for social housing.
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Residents challenge plan for 282 apartments in Crumlin

The Irish Times 12 Oct 2021
Local residents have initiated a legal challenge aimed at overturning An Bord Pleanála’s permission for 282 apartments on the site of the former Eason’s warehouse in Crumlin, south Dublin ... As required, 28 of the apartments would be sold or leased to Dublin City Council for social housing.
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Long-term leasing for social housing being phased out, Minister says

The Irish Times 11 Oct 2021
Local authorities will no longer enter long-term leases of homes for social housing with investment funds by the end of the lifetime of the Government, Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien has said ... The leasing arrangements are so expensive to the taxpayer ... Seventy such homes were leased by South Dublin County Council in the last two months, he said.
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Bord Bia to move Dublin HQ to Ballsbridge

Irish Independent 10 Oct 2021
Bord Bia, the state agency for supporting and promoting Irish food at home and abroad, plans to move its Dublin headquarters to 140 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge ... Bord Bia said it had secured a lease for a new Dublin headquarters in 140 Pembroke Road ... It marked the return of Daly to the Dublin development sector.
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Dublin office market ‘back with a bang’ in third quarter

The Irish Times 06 Oct 2021
Meanwhile, in its latest quarterly bulletin commercial property specialist CBRE placed Dublin office leasing activity at 40,000sq m in 49 individual transactions in the third quarter, which it also said was the highest take-up since the first quarter of 2020, and showed the market was “now firmly in recovery mode”.
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Central Bank’s McEvoy to join US investments giant Pimco

The Irish Times 06 Oct 2021
The US group also has an Irish branch of its Pimco Europe GmbH operating from the same Dublin address ... The group is believed to have about 40 employees in Dublin, though its rented floor at the Harcourt Building, which it agreed to lease last year, gives it capacity to grow its office-based workforce to more than 100 people.
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IAI to be first ever to convert A330-300 jets to freighters

The Jerusalem Post 06 Oct 2021
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) announced on Monday it will convert 30 Airbus A330-300 jets from holding passengers to cargo, as part of an agreement with Dublin-based aircraft leasing company Avolon ... Avalon, the third-largest aircraft leasing company in the world, holds a fleet of 837 aircrafts as of June 2021 ... (credit. Courtesy) ... .
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Dublin office leasing activity picks up after long period of decline

The Irish Times 05 Oct 2021
Office leasing in Dublin has picked up amid the easing of restrictions. In its latest quarterly bulletin on the sector, commercial property specialist CBRE highlighted a higher level of leasing activity in the Dublin office market in the third quarter.
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Eagle-Tribune 05 Oct 2021
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Avolon eyes freight market as it inks cargo aircraft deal

Irish Independent 05 Oct 2021
Dublin-based aircraft leasing company Avolon is further expanding its operational footprint with its entry into the freighter market ... The deal marks the latest move by Avolon, whose chief executive is Dómhnal Slattery, to branch out from its traditional passenger aircraft leasing business.
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Worldwide Equipment Leasing Software Industry to 2026 - Ability to Analyze Leasing KPIs and Provide ...

MENA FN 05 Oct 2021
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