Twinlite are glad to announce that after a lot of hard work, the first residents move in to Enderly, Dalkey today. The first 12 homes are completed with construction now concentrated to the rear of the site and the Sorrento homes which are due for completion in late 2017. Just 7 homes remain available for […]
We’ve made a longer video detailing the finer points of our new project at Enderly, Dalkey.
We’re proud to announce the completion of works at Embassy Court, Ballsbridge. Please take a look at the short video above for more information and check out www.embassycourt.ie for more information.
So the time is finally here to reveal the name for our project in Dalkey. The name comes from the very ground we’re building on. This land was formerly part of a much larger estate called Enderly, which over the years was split up with the old Enderly house being renamed Santa Maria (and it still […]
Work Rolls On! The recent fine weather has been a big boost. Windows are in the first pair of semi-detached homes, and with the roof on and solar panels installed the scaffolding was finally able to come down. Inside Number 3 (see photo below) the first fix is underway and will be completed in the […]
Taken from the Irish Times website today: Almost 80,000 housing units will need to be built over the next five years to meet demand from a growing population, according to a new report from the Housing Agency. The Government’s advisory body has forecast that a minimum of 79,660 residential units in urban areas will be needed […]
We are happy to announce that we’ve today lodged a planning application for development at Cunningham Road, Dalkey, Co. Dublin. The proposed development will consist of 18 family homes. The design include a mix of two bed, three bed and four bedroom homes, with a mix of traditional and modern architecture. Take a look at […]
Click here to go to the myhome.ie page Savills are now taking names for the 5 new homes at Ludford Grove, click the link above to be taken straight to myhome.ie Meanwhile, the windows in Number 1 were fitted yesterday, together with these great sliding doors that lead into the garden from the kitchen. It’s […]
From the Irish Times today: Dublin buyers fed up with pent-up demand We couldn’t agree more. Its time for more supply in the housing market. There is action central and local Government can take to speed up planning approvals & remove disincentives to developing current approvals (there are many). All of this can be done with […]
A word about residential prices in Dublin. Now that we’ve got our new lovely property price register, it’s suddenly quite easy for everyone to become a statistician (the author is no different). From a very simple analysis, Jan 1 – Sep 9 during ’12 and ’13 (the latest date 2013 data is available for) there […]