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Residential (excluding self-builds) recorded an increase in permissions of 48 projects over the first half of 2016, which amounts to 8,193 units.
"This data shows where construction activity is concentrated and how we are progressing towards the delivery of the €45bn outlined in the Government's Public Capital Programme and the 35,000 homes annual output our society requires," said CIF director general Tom Parlon.
Speed Dating is the easiest way to meet up to twenty single people in one night with out all the hassle of trying to find eye contact, they all want to meet you as much as you want to meet them.
If you want to get the best out of Speed Dating we suggest you come with an open mind yourself and try not to take it too seriously.
The number of plans granted in the first half of 2017 is 2,672, which is down 10.4pc or 312 projects on the same period in 2016.
Agricultural projects have seen the largest decrease in volume with only 694 projects granted planning.
Night-time activities involve going for drinks, dancing, dinner, live gigs, karaoke, trips to the cinema or theatre and watching stand-up comedy.
Our Organisers and Hosts organise events in a voluntary capacity.
Having acquired more blushers than she'd ever have cheeks, Sue turned her jazz hands to social media to share her love of beauty and the success that followed meant she's managed to partially escape the rat race.
You never know, you could always meet that special person without all the mystery of knowing if they are involved or not.
You are welcomed by a host when you arrive who will supply you with a scorecard and name badge.
If you’re early, you can enjoy a drink and relax while the other speed daters arrive.
Once all the speed daters have arrived the Host will get everybody to sit down at the table with the same number as the badge they are wearing.