Works under way at long-awaited Cherrywood development

A 400-acre site located between the N11 and the M50 has plans for 8,000 homes, a town centre and several parks

12th February, 2017
The Cherrywood development will eventually house up to 30,000 residents

Hines Ireland officially broke ground at Cherrywood in south Dublin, the country’s newest townland and the first major scheme of its size to take place here in decades.

Speaking at the event, Minister for Housing Simon Coveney described the project as “the most ambitious housing project in Ireland in decades” and said it was a profound symbol of the property sector’s “rebirth” following its near decimation nearly a decade ago....

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