Construction Activity Update 29/10/2020

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In this issue of the CIS newsletter we include our new Q3 2020 Construction Activity Report, October’s Public Sector Tender Report for Ireland & Northern Ireland and present some of the top project updates from this last week.

~Q3 2020 Construction Activity Report~ 

Construction Information Services (CIS) is pleased to announce the launch of our Q3 2020 Construction Activity Report which you can directly download here. This complementary report compiled by our Research & Insights teams, details the levels of pipeline and active construction over the period covering Quarter 3 2020.

It is an important review in that it gives an insight into the recovery in the period immediately post Covid lockdown in March 2020 and in advance of further restrictions now being faced by both jurisdictions in Ireland.

Download Report Here

Project Updates

€27m – Apartment Development

A High Court challenge has been brought against the granted planning permission on a €27m Apartment Development Old Fort Road, Ballincollig, Co. Cork.

Project details

£17.5m School Building

Plans for a new £17.5m school building in Loughbrickland, Co.Down have been recommended for approval by local planners.The tendering procedure is currently underway and the plans see the demolition of the existing New Bridge Integrated College and the construction of a new school building and sports hall.

Project details

€23.1m – Apartment Development

An appeal was lodged against the refusal of plans for a development including 56 units and a café in Dublin 8.

Project details

€1.5bn Wind Farm Development

A major new offshore windfarm development could be on the way for Dublin Bay. Developers say the proposed €1.5bn development will be capable of powering 600,000 Irish homes.


CIS Article in Sunday Business Post

Check out our article in this week’s Business Post where we take a look at the most significant building projects taking place around the country.

Article here


CIS Public Sector Tender Reports October

ROI Public Sector Tender Report


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Northern Ireland Public Sector Tender Report


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