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Housebuilding bounces back in first quarter, index shows

Ireland’s housebuilding industry made a strong comeback in the first four months of the year, according to new data released this morning.

24th June, 2014
Housing commencements showed a very large 132 per cent jump year on year over 2013.

Ireland’s housebuilding industry made a strong comeback in the first four months of the year, according to new data released this morning.

Both planning applications and commencement notices for houses are up nationally when compared to 2013, according to the latest National Housing Construction Index, published by the Link2Plans website. Planning applications for houses were up 19 per cent, with only 10 counties showing a decrease over last year. Applications rose strongly, with...

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