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Thousands of homes will be Developed in Cherrywood

Cherrywood, Dublin, is set to build a new model of development by building more than 1,300 new homes over the next five years.

Thousands of new homes are being built as part of a revitalized project for Cherrywood’s development.

The decision has been taken to start construction work by the end of the year. The master plan ahead of this was released on Thursday morning.

Cherrywood had previously been hailed as one of the ideal sites for building a new city.

Quintain bought the site in late 2010 and came up with the project and obtained permission from Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to proceed with the development.

Hundreds of homes have already been completed as part of the Cherrywood project. In addition, the currently approved project will be implemented.

The new 1,300 homes will be built on 65 acres in Cherrywood. The project is expected to be completed by 2025.

A total of 120 acres of land is proposed to be developed and a total of 3,000 houses will be completed as part of the project.

Eddie Byrne Joint Managing Director Quintain Ireland said: ‘We are excited to be launching this Masterplan for what will be the most connected village in Ireland, putting community, accessibility and sustainability at the centre of its plans.”

Homes in Cherrywood are built primarily for young families and first-time buyers.

For more information and registration pleas visit:  https://cherrywoodvillage.ie/

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