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US Senate approves $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill in historic vote

Infrastructure
(Aug 23, 2021)

The US Senate voted 69-30 last week to approve a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill - a historic piece of legislation that could reshape American lives for decades.

 

Check out CIRCULEIRE’s Summer 2021 Newsletter

Sustainability
(Aug 23, 2021)

CIRCULÉIRE is the first cross-sectoral industry-led innovation network dedicated to accelerating the net-zero carbon circular economy in Ireland.

 

New low-cost, green mortgage on offer for improving home’s energy rating

Infrastructure
(Aug 16, 2021)

Homeowners who switch mortgages to raise funds to improve the energy rating of their house can now end up with lower monthly repayments. This is thanks to the entry of new low-cost, green mortgage rates in the market.

 

Minister Burke invites submissions on Draft Guidelines for Planning Authorities on Development Plans

Infrastructure
(Aug 16, 2021)

Mr. Peter Burke TD Minister of State with responsibility for Local Government and Planning has published Draft Guidelines for Planning Authorities on Development Plans for public consultation.

 

Environmentalists warn Clare data centre is a 'climate disaster waiting to happen'

Infrastructure
(Aug 16, 2021)

Environmental groups in Clare have vowed to vigorously fight plans for a €1.2bn data centre near Ennis which they claim is “a climate disaster waiting to happen”.

 

Strand Road High Court decision must not undermine progress on making our cities and towns more people friendly, says Chambers Ireland

Infrastructure
(Aug 9, 2021)

Chambers Ireland is concerned about the consequences of the Strand Road cycle path decision.

 

Minister Ryan and Minister of State Naughton welcome Shannon-Foynes Port Company’s recent success in winning EU funding under the Connecting Europe Facility

Infrastructure
(Aug 9, 2021)

Shannon-Foynes Port Company has been awarded over €2.3 million in co-funding under the European Union’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

 

Planning refused for one of Land Development Agency’s first major projects of over 200 homes

Infrastructure
(Aug 9, 2021)

The new State body responsible for developing housing projects on State-owned land has suffered a setback to one of its first major schemes after it was refused planning permission to build over 200 new homes.

 

Minister Mallon: Infrastructure Commission the game changer we need

Infrastructure
(Aug 9, 2021)

Northern Ireland Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon says the setting up of an Infrastructure Commission is the game changer that was needed.

 

Commission adopts new guidance on how to protect future infrastructure projects against climate change

Infrastructure
(Aug 3, 2021)

The European Commission has published new technical guidance on climate protection of infrastructure projects for the period 2021-2027.

 

Signs of strong rebound in building activity

Infrastructure
(Aug 3, 2021)

Just under 19,000 residential buildings were under construction across the country in June of this year, according to the latest GeoView Residential Buildings Report compiled by EY Economic Advisory for GeoDirectory.

 

Sandymount cycleway halted by High Court

Infrastructure
(Aug 3, 2021)

The High Court has rejected Dublin City Council’s planned two-lane cycleway for the Strand Road in Sandymount. Mr Justice Charles Meenan ruled the cycleway will now have to go through the planning process if it is to proceed.

 

Department confirms extension to the Working Group on the Defective Concrete Blocks Grant Scheme

Infrastructure
(Aug 3, 2021)

The Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage has confirmed an extension to the Working Group on the Defective Concrete Block Grant Scheme following a request from members of the working group.

 

Dublin third most expensive city in Europe for construction costs

Infrastructure
(Jul 26, 2021)

Building in Dublin is more expensive than Paris as material and labour shortages have made the Irish capital Europe’s third-costliest city for construction, a new survey shows.

 

Put ‘Place’ first and commit to radical plan to support recovery of cities and towns, says Chambers Ireland in Budget 2022 submission

Infrastructure
(Jul 26, 2021)

Chambers Ireland has published its recommendations to Government ahead of Budget 2022.

 

UK construction industry publishes sweeping net zero blueprint

Infrastructure
(Jul 26, 2021)

Diesel generators on construction sites could soon become a thing of the past, under a sweeping new strategy designed to accelerate decarbonisation efforts across the UK construction industry.

 

Spend it Better: Environmentally friendly can be the more beautiful option in design

Infrastructure
(Jul 19, 2021)

The world is running out of sand. This startling fact opened eco-builder Harrison Gardner’s first talk on his Build Everything out of Anything course last month.

 

Plans to be lodged for €1.2 billion data centre for outside Ennis

Infrastructure
(Jul 19, 2021)

Plans are to be lodged with Clare County Council in the coming days for a new €1.2 billion data centre campus on the outskirts of Ennis, which will create 250 data centre jobs and 1,200 jobs during the project's construction phase.

 

Planning board gives permission for Meath data centre

Infrastructure
(Jul 19, 2021)

An Bord Pleanála has dismissed appeals by environmentalists to grant planning permission for a new data storage campus near Bracetown, Co Meath.

 

 


 
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