New house building remains static in Dublin - report

New house building in Dublin has remained static despite an apparent rise in house prices in the city.

10th October, 2013
436 housing units were started between January and June of this year in Dublin.

New house building in Dublin has remained static despite an apparent rise in house prices in the city.

According to new statistics published by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) work started on only 2 extra houses in the first 6 months of 2013 compared to the same period in 2012. The latest Central Statistics Office figures showed a 10 per cent rise in residential property in the capital.

436 housing units were started between January and June of this year...

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