Quintain has received planning permission for 227 new homes in the next phase of its Aderrig development in Adamstown.
The 12-acre site will include 95 three-bed houses, 28 four-bed houses, and 104 two and three bed duplexes set among extensive landscaped communal areas, and a central pocket park.
The site has a gross development value of over €90m and Quintain will appoint a contractor to start construction shortly. The first sales launch is planned for May.
Aderrig benefits from its location in the centre of Adamstown with a host of amenities close by, including Airlie Park (due to open later this year), The Crossings village centre, 2 primary schools and 1 secondary school, and excellent bus and rail links. There are also 2 additional schools planned for the area in the future. Designed by BKD Architects, the scheme will provide a mix of well-proportioned homes in a fast-growing suburban setting.
This development marks further progress in Quintain’s plans for a vibrant community in Adamstown, where to date Quintain and its affiliates have built 1,000 homes, with over 85% occupied by first time buyers. In total Quintain has 1,500 homes under construction or due to commence this year in Adamstown.
Michael Hynes, Joint Managing Partner of Quintain Ireland, said: “Quintain is delighted to receive planning permission on this phase of our Aderrig development delivering much needed new homes to create a vibrant and connected community. We now have over 1,500 homes under construction or due to commence in Adamstown this year with a strong focus on the first time buyer market. With excellent amenities and extensive green spaces, we expect strong interest in Aderrig when we launch sales in May.”
Quintain Ireland’s broader land portfolio covers 460 acres of prime assets in Ireland at Adamstown, Clonburris, Portmarnock, and Cherrywood, making Quintain one of the largest residential developers in the country.
Quintain Ireland’s parent company Quintain Limited is a vertically integrated developer, operator and owner of residential and mixed-use assets; best known for the ongoing transformation of Wembley Park in north London.