Ulster Bank mulls sale of €500m Dublin land bank
Combined holdings in Adamstown would enjoy fast-track planning permission
Ulster Bank is examining the potential sale of one of the largest tracts of residential development land in Dublin, a move that would help unlock a major supply of potential houses in the capital.
The bank is reviewing its position over a massive land bank in Adamstown in west Dublin, with the potential market value understood to be in the region of €500 million if brought to market.
The bank has a major exposure to...
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