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2,578 new dwellings in Cork were added to the GeoDirectory database in the twelve months to June 2019, according to the latest GeoView Residential Buildings Report, prepared by EY-DKM Economic Advisory on behalf of GeoDirectory. Nationally, 24,773 new...
An update on progress regarding the old fire station in Fermoy was sought by Cllr Frank O'Flynn, at last Monday morning's County Council meeting in Mallow. Cork County Council intend building two apartments at the town...
“The inclusion of the Fermoy Electoral Area as a Rent Pressure Zone is a welcome announcement for those renting in the district, according to Pa O’Driscoll who will be a candidate in the next General Election. "The main...
The rent costs in the towns and villages within the Fermoy Local Electoral Area (LEA) cannot be increased by more than 4% per year now that Fermoy Electoral Area has been named as a Rent Pressure Zone.  The news was...
The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) Top 50 Construction Contractors for 2019 have been announced, with five Cork firms making the list with a combined turnover of €525.1 million.  The annual listing gives a snapshot of the overall growth in Irish...
The long awaited conclusion of the brexit didn’t take place as expected, and that’s an understatement. At first, it was expected that a deal will be reached and agreed upon very shortly in between the UK and...
In mid 2018, ALONE - the charity that supports older people to age at home - launched a report into housing for older people which called for the development of a spectrum of housing options to better cater for...
The Mitchelstown Business Association has applied for funding through Cork County Council to enhance the appearance of two derelict buildings on the main street. The properties, one at upper Cork Street, and the other at lower Cork Street, have been...
The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) National Crane Count has highlighted a concerningly low number of cranes located outside of the Dublin region. New figures showing that regional crane counts are not even 10% of those in Dublin, demonstrating a lack...
The derelict 59 Club at 59 Patrick Street Fermoy has been the source of concern locally, and particularly for the Fermoy Tidy Towns Committee who worry that the building will soon become a serious danger and that scaffolding will have...

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