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Cork County Council say they are optimistic that the number of unfinished estates in North Cork will reduce by at least half over the next 12 months. Currently there are 28 unfinished estates in North Cork, down from 39...
Katie Hamilton and Maegan Buckley were the prizewinners for this year's student architecture competition which was sponsored by Cork Age Friendly Alliance, in conjunction with Cork Centre for Architectural Education. The second year college students were asked to design an...
Once popular hostelry The Spinning Wheel located on Main Street, Castletownroche, will go under the hammer on Thursday, 27th July through Allsop Auctions. The substantial premises, comprising of a public house together with 4 bedroom residential accommodation and 4 x...
A planning application seeking to remove a number of partially constructed house bases within the An Gleann Ull estate in Ballyhooly and to construct six houses and eight residential serviced sites, has been submitted to Cork County Council. Submitted by...
Private sector rents continued to grow in the first quarter of 2017, increasing by 7.37%, according to the latest Quarterly Rent Index from the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) over the year from Quarter 1 2016 to Quarter 1 2017. The...
Construction work on two large-scale social housing developments in Fermoy are set to commence shortly in the Pike Road and Duntahane areas of the town and will result in a total of 98 new housing units. These two developments are expected...
The level of new apprentice registrations must rise from 1,700 to 4,000 by 2020 to deliver housing and infrastructure requirements.  Construction employment could rise to 213,000 by 2020 based on DKM and SOLAS analysis. However, Ireland’s economic recovery may be hampered by a potential...
Cork County Council is considering demolishing the former fire station building in Fermoy, located on Connolly Street and derelict since the opening of the new fire station on the Courthouse Road in the town, since 2003. Despite interest over...
Cork County Council is currently in the process of allocating houses within the new social housing development on Oliver Plunkett Hill in Fermoy, following hundreds of applications through the online Choice Based Letting System. The scheme was advertised online from...
Almost six months after the official opening of Forrest Hall following an extensive and very detailed refurbishment, the impressive building can host almost any event offering several rooms to rent whilst catering for the young and old. The building acts...
Cork County Council say there is as of yet no official start date for the construction of 52 social housing units within the Crann Ard estate in Fermoy, despite previously indicating that work on the new development would began...
A former mayor of Fermoy has called for a reduction in rates and rents and for business owners to avail of the grants available to ‘spruce up’ their buildings before they fall derelict. John Murphy said that The 59 Club...
There was great reason for celebration in Clogheen this week with the news that planning permission has been received for the construction of a hospice suite at St Theresa’s Hospital. After some difficult months the local group who worked tirelessly...
Local gardai in Mitchelstown are appealing for witnesses after vandals sprayed graffiti on the gates of a local business owner’s premises during the Easter bank holiday weekend. Jim Hyland who has been in business in Mitchelstown for 50 years noticed...

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