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Clancy Quay leads way as new builds start to return

Covid-19 has put pressure on the construction industry, but big-ticket schemes are still getting completed around the country

27th September, 2020
Clancy Quay in Dublin 8: the final phase of the large rental residential scheme has been completed

It was all about “shock and awe” figures in property last week, from the stubbornly high annual number of new homes required to meet a growing urban population, to the alarming drop in planned developments this year and next, without which the squeeze on housing will worsen.

In a pre-budget submission last week, James Benson, the spokesperson for the Irish Home Builders Association, said that the delivery of homes was well behind where...

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