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Irish House Prices Blast Into Orbit With 19.2 Annualized Rise

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http://investing.reuters.co.uk/news/newsAr...ELAND-HOUSE.xml

Irish house prices surge

Wed Jun 28, 2006 11:20 AM BST

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irish house prices rose
1.6 percent in May
, a survey published on Wednesday showed, bringing the rise in average national prices in the first five months of the year to 6.7 percent, compared to just 1.8 percent in 2005

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Does anyone have any idea what planning law is like in the Republic of Ireland?

frugalista

Yes. If you have some development plans simply meet your local councillor for drink and discuss the matter. In most cases you'll find him very accommodative and you'll almost certainly get what you want.

Oh, I nearly forgot, don't forget to bring a rolled-up newspaper containing a stuffed brown envelope and leave it on the bar on your way out.

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Does anyone have any idea what planning law is like in the Republic of Ireland? [frugalista]

The Irish market demonstrates that even a dramatic expansion in new house builds does not constrain a housing bubble caused by cheap money...

'Ireland has highest European per capita house building rate':

http://www.finfacts.com/irelandbusinessnew...e_1000716.shtml

The strength and extent of the property boom can be seen in the fact that over a third of the current housing stock has been built in the past decade. Annual completions are 3.5 times what they were a decade ago, and the country has the highest per capita building rate in Europe.

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