Cork Developments

holly cairns will surely save the entire cork building sector



more power to her champagne socialist elbow
to be fair, if I lived in west cork, miles from any entertainment, shops, pubs, people, then I'd want a massive house too, or I'd go fucking mad in the head, especially in dark winters, where it rains for 4 months solid.


You'd wanna see the people in Donegal in Spring, they look shook to fuck.
 
Looks nice tbf
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There is talk that the NDA has struck a deal with the developers of the apartment block that is planned for Horgans Quay.
Also some development on the O Callaghan apartments on Kennedy Quay, well talk of same. Hopefully they will get underway within the next few months

I believe also that The Marquee has found itself a new home thereby allowing the apartment development on that site to proceed
 
There is talk that the NDA has struck a deal with the developers of the apartment block that is planned for Horgans Quay.
Also some development on the O Callaghan apartments on Kennedy Quay, well talk of same. Hopefully they will get underway within the next few months

I believe also that The Marquee has found itself a new home thereby allowing the apartment development on that site to proceed
I think that those talks have been going on for a long while (late last year) and good to see those much needed apartments proceed.

OCP scheme including private hospital at Kennedy quay is meant to start soon and Glenveign have already started the enabling works at the Marquee site.
 
The new student apartment blocks on the Straight Road (just beyond the County Hall) look ok, now that the external finishes are applied.
During construction, I thought they would be awful. Pleasantly surprised.
 
The new student apartment blocks on the Straight Road (just beyond the County Hall) look ok, now that the external finishes are applied.
During construction, I thought they would be awful. Pleasantly surprised.

The entire area of Victoria cross has been systematically destroyed with cheap high rise flats in varying states of poor external maintenance.

Its a shame as it used be a nice area.

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Its like some late 70s brutallist Eastern european cityscape.


Mank.
 
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