Saturday July 4, 2020

New home scheme numbers on the up

Tentative signs of growth in residential property sector are not enough to service huge demand for new homes

6th September, 2015
Beechpark in Leixlip: family homes from €285,000

The number of new homes schemes under construction in Dublin – and increasingly in its surrounding commuter belt counties – is finally on the up. However, these green shoots of recovery in the residential market are in jeopardy of proving negligible, washed away by the sheer tide of demand for homes in the capital.

The latest research from Building Information Ireland shows that residential housing projects with a combined quantity of 7,785 units began construction...

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