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Rising population good news for property market

Ireland’s property market faces a new challenge: planning for a large, youthful population which will drive education and consumer needs in the coming decades.

9th July, 2011

Ireland’s property market faces a new challenge: planning for a large, youthful population which will drive education and consumer needs in the coming decades.

Led by a natural increase of more than 70,000 births per annum, the 8 per cent population growth to 4.58 million people between 2006 and 2011 is good news for the Irish economy, and will create sustainable housing and property demand over the coming decades.

With the pipeline for construction activity effectively having been...

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