Beauchamps Commercial Property, Procurement and Construction teams were delighted to advise South Dublin County Council (SDCC) on the development agreement and associated documents to enable construction of 1,034 new homes in Kilcarbery, Clondalkin, for this vital part of South Dublin County Council's overall council-led housing strategy.
Following a successful procurement process Adwood Ltd, a consortium of established Dublin builders Adroit and Maplewood, will develop the site which will be known as Kilcarbery Grange. Adwood will pay SDCC for the land and will deliver 310 social housing units at competitive rates over four years. In return for State support through the Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund (LIHAF) of €2 million, the Developer has also committed to upgrading road, water and waste infrastructure surrounding the project and to delivering 50 units at prices discounted to the market.
In addition to the social housing units, a community building will be handed over to the Council. The development also includes 724 private houses and apartments, a creche and a retail unit. With the lifting of Covid-19 construction restrictions on 12 April 2021, phase 1 of the project has now begun.
Beauchamps were pleased to work alongside South Dublin County Council in delivering this important and innovative project. Partners Imelda Reynolds, Maitiú Ó Dónaill, Dorit McCann and Richard Stowe advised South Dublin County Council.