Saturday September 19, 2020

High costs blamed for lack of south Dublin apartment schemes

Report shows that a ‘startlingly low’ 12 apartments were built by South Dublin County Council this year1

Killian Woods

Business reporter

30th August, 2020
The report added that over the past decade, only 343 apartments were built in the South Dublin County Council region

There has been a “startlingly low” level of apartment development by South Dublin County Council this year, with only 12 units built.

A new report produced by Hooke & MacDonald, the property agency, has reviewed house and apartment completions in Dublin during the first quarter of the year.

It showed that a total of 1,658 new houses and apartments were built in Dublin between January and March, including 837 apartments, 757 estate houses and 64 one-off homes.

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