Developers ready to turn the sod in Cherrywood

William Neville and Sons and US developer Hines gear up to begin building access roads and other infrastructure at the 255 hectare site by year end

31st May, 2015
A CGI image of the planned plaza at Cherrywood, which forms part of the 70,000 square metre town centre and includes a Luas stop

Irish property developer William Neville and Sons hopes to begin residential construction next year on some of the 2,000 new homes it plans for its section of the Cherrywood Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) near the junction of the M50 and M11 in south Dublin.

Like Hines, the US developer that plans a major mixed project including 3,800 new homes at Cherrywood, Neville has had discussions with Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council (DLR) about the infrastructure which...

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