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Galway experiences fifty-six per cent fall in house building compared to 2014

Housing construction in Galway has fallen by 56 per cent in the first four months of 2015 when compared to the same period in 2014, while planning applications have risen by 23 per cent year on year.

Galway sees rise in planning applications and commencements in 2014 but growth in residential construction sector slows down

2014 saw Galway record an increase in planning applications of 3% and commencements of 45%, while nationally, the residential construction sector in Ireland experienced mixed fortunes as the rate of growth fell sharply in the last quarter of the year according to the latest edition of the National Housing Construction Index.

Mayo sees continued recovery in residential construction — National Housing Construction Index

The National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans shows Mayo is continuing to experience a recovery in the residential construction sector with the project commencements increasing and planning applications only down slightly in the first eight months of 2014. When compared to the same period in 2013, project commencements in Mayo are up more than 60 per cent while the number of new planning applications are down by just around one per cent.

Westmeath sees recovery in residential construction

The National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans shows Westmeath is continuing to experience a recovery in the residential construction sector with the number of project commencements and planning applications both increasing in the first eight months of 2014. When compared to the same period in 2013, project commencements in Westmeath are up 63 per cent, while the number of new planning applications are up 10 per cent.

Mixed fortunes for residential construction sector in Mayo

The National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans has revealed mixed fortunes for Mayo in the residential construction sector.

Planning applications down but building work up in latest property figures

The number of home building projects started in Mayo in the first four months of 2014 has increased by a huge 206 per cent on figures from the same period in 2013.

Westmeath suffers largest decline in project commencements nationwide for 2013

The latest edition of the National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans (www.link2plans.com) shows a decline for Westmeath in both planning applications and project commencements at -7 per cent and -38 per cent respectively.

Westmeath has largest decline in residential project commencements

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The latest edition of the National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans (www.link2plans.com) shows that project commencements in Westmeath are down by a staggering 50 per cent, the largest decrease in the country. This is a sharp contrast on 2012’s figure of +43 per cent, at the time the greatest increase nationwide.

False construction recovery evident in Mayo

The latest edition of the National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans (www.link2plans.com) shows a false construction recovery evident in Mayo after the rate of commencements plunged since last year. Last year Mayo reported the second highest increase in commencements at 20 per cent compared to this year where it fell by three per cent. The rate of decline in the number of applications slowed somewhat from a fall of -24 per cent last year to -17 per cent.

Mayo has third sharpest increase in commencement applications

The latest edition of the National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans (www.link2plans.com) illustrates that Mayo has the third sharpest increase in planning commencements, however planning applications in the county continue to fall.

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