Reply To: Look at de state of Cork, like!
🙂 I forgot to mention, CCC will be soon proceeding with the development of 150 social housing units along their 5-acre Boreenmanna Road site. The site will comprise of a mix of houses, apartments and duplexes over a number of blocks. As housing prices continue to grow exponentially within the city, the waiting list for affordable housing in Cork now stands at 5,600 (est.). CCC are also looking at developing a further 150 affordable units in the future near Marina Point.
🙂 Howard Holdings are to lodge an application soon with Cork County Council for an exclusive housing development (in the air of its Estuary Court development) on the former convent site at Passage West – which it purchased 6 years ago. The grounds of the site will accommodate 36 detached houses, with the main convent building being retained, refurbished and extended to form 8 own-door housing units.
– Howard Holdings other Cork developments at present include: 1.) the completion of City Quarter 2.) 7-storey, 125-bedroom hotel at Lavitts Quay [planning due next week] 3.) 121-bedroom hotel at Kinsale 4.) new Webworks Building at Albert Quay in conjunction with Enterprise Ireland and CCC – due for greenlight within the next few weeks. 5.) plus a number of housing developments in and around the city ~ plans are also afoot for another high-profile city centre/docklands development.