Galway brothers land Uganda’s largest housing-development deal

A construction company controlled by Galway property developers Luke and Brian Comer has landed a deal with the Ugandan government to build one of the largest development schemes ever undertaken in the east African country.

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Ian Kehoe

27th January, 2007

A construction company controlled by Galway property developers Luke and Brian Comer has landed a deal with the Ugandan government to build one of the largest development schemes ever undertaken in the east African country.

Comer Homes, the London property development company owned by the Galway-born brothers, has won the tender to redevelop large areas of the Ugandan cities of Naguru and Nakawa.

This is believed to be the first time that the company has...

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