Cork City Council expects 600 new homes built on 54-acre landbank

The site on Old Whitechurch Road is also expected to feature a school, a neighbourhood shop and various service outlets

7th March, 2021
Cork City Council expects 600 new homes built on 54-acre landbank
There is up to €1 billion of planned private investment in Cork city

Cork City Council is developing a residential scheme on its lands at Old Whitechurch Road where it expects to deliver at least 600 new homes and facilities like a school, neighbourhood shop and services.

To that end, the city council is seeking candidates interested in competing in a public procurement competition on eTenders to deliver a substantial social and affordable housing scheme incorporating retail, educational, and amenity facilities at Kilnap, between the Old Whitechurch Road and...

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