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The construction industry responded positively to demand for housing in 2017, but the level of demand is still far greater than supply, according to figures revealed in the latest GeoView Residential Buildings Report, published by GeoDirectory. The report finds that...
Good news for Fermoy this week with plans afoot to build a primary healthcare centre for the HSE and a general medical doctors' premises at the Mill Island site at Mill Road, planning permission being sought by UHPC International Ltd from...
A new house price report from MyHome.ie has found that house prices are expected to continue to rise in 2018 but at a slightly slower pace due to a tightening of the Central Bank lending rules. The report, which is...
The Travellers North Cork (TNC) group held a protest outside Annabella House in Mallow on Wednesday to raise awareness of the housing crisis impacting on both travellers and the wider community. The group sang songs during a peaceful protest and...
Michael Flatley made national news this week as he initiated legal proceedings against his architect Peter Inston, at the High Court in Dublin last Thursday. Mr Inston was employed as artichitect and designer during the refurbishment of Castlehyde. There is still no sign...
Over 1,640 people are on the Fermoy Municipal housing waiting list but there are only 19 houses available. A meeting of the council heard that of the figure of 1,646 approved housing applicants, 524 people were waiting for a one-bedroom...
There was a warm welcome on Wednesday of the news that the former Paki Fitz Pub in Mitchelstown sold at an online auction on Wednesday for €172,000 - €22,000 over its reserve price of €150,000. The once popular pub which, some...
News of the sale of the historic Lismore House Hotel, reputed to be the oldest hotel in Ireland, has been greeted enthusiastically by the organisers of Lismore’s Immrama Festival of Travel Writing. Festival organiser Jan Rotte said the news that...
Even though Ireland is not included in the ING International study on Homes and Mortgages published earlier this week, there are some stark lessons contained within its pages which need to be heeded by the government and why the...
Cork County Council has outlined its proposals for additional housing at Beechfield Estate in Fermoy, which includes the construction of nine new housing units. The proposals, presented to members of the Fermoy Municipal Authority on Tuesday, also include transforming a number...
Cork County Council had received a detailed further information submission from the proposed developer of a large-scale residential housing estate in the Strawhall area of Fermoy. A planning application by Into the Future Ltd was submitted in March, seeking to...
"Banks involved in the manipulation of tracker mortgage applications have clearly engaged in predatory and ruthless behaviour," said Independent TD Mattie McGrath this week.  Deputy McGrath was speaking after he raised the issue during Leaders Questions in the Dáil and...
The lodgekeeper's house on the grounds of the old Mitchelstown Convent is to be restored to its former glory. Local businessman John Walsh, who owns the building, told The Avondhu that the restoration will be sensitive to the style of...
Fun Junction (Fermoy) Ltd has resubmitted an application seeking the change of use from existing ground floor unit to amusement arcade at Corrin Court, at the junction of Cork Road and Duntahane Road in Fermoy. The application was originally submitted...

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