Big Red Barn plan to build modular housing

Range will cater for young people who cannot get mortgages and are living with their parents

16th July, 2017
Donal Byrne, director of Co Mayo-based Big Red Barn Picture: Michael O’Loughlin

A new modular homes range will be launched at the Ploughing Championships to meet a growing demand from young people who cannot get mortgages and are still living with their parents.

Big Red Barn, which already makes outdoor structures for weddings and corporate events, has produced nine types of modular homes and plans to ramp up production following an official launch at the Ploughing Championships in Tullamore.

The modular building manufacturer, which is based in...

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