Wednesday November 25, 2020

Clever planning future-proofs city centre housing demands

17th June, 2018
Cork city at night Pic: John Delaney

With major commercial projects under way in Cork, and the city centre, the docklands also seeing offices, hotels, and other commercial projects popping up, it’s easy to forget that the residential side is booming as well.

Thanks to an expanded boundary and expectations that Cork will be the fastest-growing city in Ireland over the next two decades, work on apartments and housing is starting to increase.

These new developments will add to what...

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