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Fast-track pipe-line boosted by nearly 3,000 new homes

Words: Roger Milne
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The surge in proposals for fast-track residential schemes continued apace this week with the media reporting a total of nearly 3,000 new homes planned for projects in and around the capital as well as for sites in Cork and Galway.

The biggest single project is a proposal for 697 build-to rent flats earmarked for Dublin’s Connolly Station car park.

As well, developer Johnny Ronan has unveiled plans for a €350 million flatted development involving 576 new homes at Spencer Dock in Dublin’s docklands.

In addition, a complex of nearly 300 flats been unveiled for a site in the leafy suburb of Glasnevin. This scheme includes a nine-storey residential tower.

Also, on the drawing board is a project for 144 apartments in Sutton. Outside the capital, Crodaun Developments Ltd has pitched in with plans for 495 dwellings in Celbridge, County Kildare.

In Cork, two schemes are mooted which jointly would see 420 dwellings delivered. Meanwhile, in Galway, Arlum Ltd has proposed 212 new homes.

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