Land Development Agency chief John Coleman sets out plans to ramp up housing delivery
The Report on Relevant Public Land identifies 83 state-owned land sites and assesses them as having the development potential for up to 67,000 homes in the medium to long term.
The Land Development Agency (LDA) has announced the launch of 92 homes in Summerfields, Kilbarry, Waterford under the Local Authority Affordable Purchase Scheme
LDA’s Shanganagh passive house development, when completed, will comprise 597 social and affordable homes, with the first completions in 2024.
Phelim O’Neill, Head of Property, LDA, discusses achieving 2,000 residential unit completions per year sustainably
Walls Construction appointed to LDA’s first affordable housing project in Shanganagh Co Dublin, in partnership with DLRCC
Walls Construction appointed to Land Development Agency’s 1st affordable housing project in Shanganagh, a partnership with DLRCC. It comprises 597 social homes
Land Development Agency submits planning application for 977 new homes on Central Mental Hospital site
The Land Development Agency (LDA) has submitted a planning application for 977 homes on the site of the Central Mental Hospital in Dundrum, Dublin.
Housing for All – What land will be available for development and what type of projects will get built?
Aoife Brennan, Director, Research & Consultancy, Lisney, writes that Housing for All will, in time, have a positive impact, but some parts of the plan may have unintended negative consequences on viability and the supply of land.
About 75% of homes to be delivered by the Land Development Agency (LDA) are expected to be cost rental units, according to the organisation’s new chairperson, Cormac O’Rourke.