Sunday Property Roundup June 23rd 2024

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Below are the local and international stories that might be of particular interest







  • Homebuyers sleep outside Cork City development to buy first 30 of 193 houses going on sale: One man, who arrived at 2pm on Thursday to claim first spot in the queue, said it’s what has to be done to avoid a bidding war on second-hand homes












  • iProperty Radio was proud media partner to the inaugural Women in Construction Awards, which took place earlier this week – well done to all the worthy winners  🎉


@ipropertyradio What a night for the inaugural Women In Construction Awards 2024! Congratulations to all the finalist and winners- very well deserved 🏆 So many amazing women, initiatives, projects and female led companies showcased #ipropertyradio #construction #women #wicawardsirl #awards ♬ original sound – iProperty Radio


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  • Plans to repurpose office block into apartments in Cork city approved: Last August, Swiss Property Management Limited lodged a planning application seeking permission for the development of 17 apartments at the prominent Carbery House at 67-69 South Mall



















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  • D4 home at centre of long-running planning dispute sells for €4m: Next door neighbour, Mrs Pat Desmond had opposed the application when it was before Dublin City Council and appealed the Council grant to An Bord Pleanála.

























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