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Way too many bedrooms

With the steady and dramatic drop in the US birth rate–it has never been lower than it is now, and it continues dropping–most couples now rarely have more than one or two children, if they have children at all. 410 more words

Income Inequality

Munich: The most expensive city in Germany

 What’s driving Munich’s rent hikes?

Rents in Munich are the highest in Germany. How did this happen and what can be done to stop the trend? 1,009 more words

'And one hen for the lord at Christmas' - Ballycotton in 1364.

The fishing village of Ballycotton in East Cork is perched on a cliff with a headland providing modest protection for its tiny harbour. The modern village is apparently bereft of any buildings older than the early 19th century. 932 more words

Glasgow's rental market affordability challenges

In Scotland we have statutory housing strategies for each local authority. Even though it has no council housing, this is a big deal for Glasgow. The city has control over the distribution of capital grant funding to the housing association sector, remains a key landowner and rightly sees housing as central to the delivery of many of its wider corporate objectives. 1,026 more words


Club Heat 004

This is our fourth installment of Club Heat and we’re featuring Swisha, DJ A.M.G, Jakkz, Gutta (Cartel Music), Whipped Cream, 43 more words


Office retail complexes attract eyeballs

While retailers have identified the Office Retail Complex (ORC) format as a good alternative, they are more than ever, willing to look at this format with much more interest in the absence of quality retail space. 733 more words

Property News



By Nora Gurney: Columnist


I recall a conversation with a Australian friend when she had first moved to London around where she was planning to live – ‘I’d like to live centrally, you know, in walking distance of the bridge’. 1,107 more words

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