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The global economy continues to perform strongly with the IMF pencilling in GDP growth of 3.6% in 2017 and 3.7% in 2018. Inevitably this (...)
Ireland’s economy continues to perform well with total output expanding by 5.8% per annum – a considerably stronger growth rate than the 2% being (...)
Ireland’s economy continues to perform exceptionally well with output now rising at a rate of 5.8% per annum (compared with 2.0% across the EU (...)
In October 2016 Savills published A Rent Forecasting Model for the Private Rented Sector in Ireland. That report combined unpublished CSO statistics on housing (...)
Dublin’s office market continues to enjoy the support of a rapidly expanding economy. Output growth accelerated from 5.1% per annum in Q1 to 5.8% (...)
Last year’s economic momentum has carried into the opening half of 2017. GDP growth has accelerated to 6.1% per annum – compared with 2.4% (...)
Recent data underscore the increasingly dominant role of Dublin as a driver of economic growth in Ireland. Census figures reveal that the capital’s population (...)
Ireland’s economy continued its strong run in 2016 with growth of 5.2% making it the best performing economy in the EU for the third (...)
For the 3rd year in a row Ireland remained the EU's fastest growing economy in 2016 and latest figures show that output is expanding (...)
Despite increased political uncertainty across the world Ireland’s economy has continued to perform well since our last report. Total employment is rising by 2.9 (...)
Despite increased political uncertainty across the world, Ireland’s economy continues to perform well. Total employment is now rising by 2.9% per annum – the (...)
Ireland’s economy has continued to outperform since our last report. Employment is now rising by 2.9 percent per annum – the third fastest growth (...)
Ireland’s economy has continued to go from strength to strength since our last report. GDP grew by 7.8% in 2015, leaving Ireland at the (...)
After a record year in 2014, the demand for Irish commercial property assets remained robust through 2015 and the opening months of 2016. This (...)
Ireland’s economy is advancing at a remarkable pace, with the latest National Accounts confirming GDP growth of 7.8% in 2015 – the strongest rate (...)
Ireland’s economy is growing at a blistering pace with the latest National Accounts showing annual GDP growth of 7.8%. Robust exports in recent years (...)
Ireland’s economy continues to outperform with the latest national accounts indicating GDP growth of 7% in the year to September. This momentum persisted in (...)
Ireland’s economy has continued on the front foot since our last report with real GDP growing at an annualised 6.7% in Q2. Favourable tailwinds, (...)
Ireland’s economy is now motoring very strongly with annual GDP growth of 6.7% in quarter two. Robust growth in Britain and America, continued weakness (...)
Strong exports and consumer-driven imports have combined to force more goods through the economy and this is driving the demand for warehousing space. Gross (...)
Ireland was Europe’s fastest growing economy in 2014 with GDP expanding by 4.8%. This was the sharpest rate of increase since 2007 and reflects (...)
Commercial property investment spending more then doubled in 2014 and the total turnover of €4.5 billion represents a 40% increase on the previous (...)
Ireland’s economy grew strongly in the first nine months of 2014 with GDP increasing by almost 5%. There has been positive growth in five (...)
The initial phase of the recovery was led by exports growth. However domestic demand is now also contributing positively to growth. Over 100,000 new (...)
Ireland’s economy expanded by almost 5% in the first three quarters of 2014 and GDP is now only 1.7% below the prerecession peak in (...)
Employment growth driving retail recovery.
Conditions to improve further in 2015.
Retail rents picking up in prime locations.
Recovery will be slower outside major towns and cities.
Recovery in full-time employment boosts economic momentum.
Rebound in larger purchases as confidence hits seven year high.
Improving sentiment and retail sales beginning to push prime (...)
Ireland’s economic recovery is now well established. The most recent national accounts show that the economy grew by 3.4% in the year to Q1 (...)
Despite the challenges that undoubtebly remain, Irelannd’s economy is now well established on the path to recovery.
GNP has grown in six of the last (...)
Jobs growth driving demand for office space
32% lettings increase Q1 2014 vs Q1 2013
Take-up dominated by ICT, professional services and financial services
Take-up increasingly feeding (...)
The outlook for the second half of 2014 is positive. At the macroeconomic level, further growth in GNP and employment numbers is expected to (...)
Ireland is now firmly established on the path to economic recovery. Growth has been recorded in seven of the last eight quarters, and recent (...)
In 2013 total office take-up in the Big 4 cities reached 530,200 sqm, slightly below the average demand over the past four years.
Demand in (...)
While the first signs of economic recovery were visible early 2013, it was not until the final quarter before the majority of the key (...)
There is now a growing sense that Ireland’s economy is on a sustainable recovery path. Reflecting the progress that has been made in rebalancing (...)
The macro-economic outlook for 2014 is considerably brighter than it was at this time last year. Significant progress has been made in restructuring Ireland’s (...)
Retail conditions improving as economy picks up.
However, conditions will continue to vary by location and store type.
Activity remains focused on better performing shopping centres (...)
There is now a growing sense that we are beginning to see a real turnaround in Ireland’s economic fortunes. The latest national accounts show (...)
2013 marked something of a Renaissance with confidence returning to all sectors of the market.
Investment sales were £175m - more than the combined total (...)
Recovery well underway in the Dublin office market – Vacancy rates falling, prime rents now rising.
Retail conditions gradually recovering with improvement in the labour (...)
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