More land comes on market

Following a relatively quiet building land market in 2003, this year has seen an increase in the quantity of residentially-zoned and serviced land coming to the market in the greater Dublin area.

4th December, 2004

Following a relatively quiet building land market in 2003, this year has seen an increase in the quantity of residentially-zoned and serviced land coming to the market in the greater Dublin area.

Demand was particularly strong for sites with “ready-to-go'‘ planning permission along key transport routes such as motorways, Dart and Luas.

Two of the four Dublin local authorities (Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown and South Dublin) adopted new development plans in 2004, while Dublin City and...

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