With a new wave of new developments taking the city by storm, the Dublin region is starting to see a new breed of housing developments.
While the first is likely to come from the private sector, there are also some new ideas in the works from the likes of Iodine Solutions and Bubble Solutions.
This week, we sat down with Iodina’s Dublin Head of Strategy and Research, Tom McBride to find out what the new housing market has in store for the city.
Iodines Dublin head of research and strategy, Tom, explains what the company’s vision for the future is.
Tom: The way we see the future and what we see for the current housing market is the future that we want to see in the city of Dublin.
I have a lot of friends and colleagues who live here and they are very excited to see what’s going to come down the track.
We believe that Dublin will see a lot more housing in the next 10 years.
In that time, we want the population to grow from about 100,000 people to 100,500.
That’s where we think we can have the greatest impact and that is because we’re a sustainable city.
The first wave of developers and builders will come in after that.
The future of the city is very much based on our success with our existing buildings and the future we see is going to be very different.
It is going in a very different direction and there’s a lot to be learned from that.
We want to be part of the future, and we want that to be a very sustainable future.
We have built an entire building, the first floor of which, has been fully built out, and the second floor is also fully built up.
The third floor is now in the planning stages.
There are a lot going on in the City of Dublin and it’s all about finding the right mix of new, traditional buildings, and this is a huge opportunity for us.
Tom McBrides website, www.tommcbrides.com.e Tom: There’s a huge amount of demand for housing in Dublin, and you see that on a daily basis, in your research.
I think one of the things we see that people are really interested in is the quality of the housing in Ireland, and in particular the quality we’re putting into new developments.
The average cost of a new house in Dublin is about $1.5 million, but it costs a lot less in the other parts of the country.
For instance, in the North West, where we have the most apartments, the average cost per square foot of a home in the South is about four times the price in the East.
Tom, how do you see Dublin’s housing market changing over the next ten years?
Tom: I think the biggest change will be in the housing market.
We’ve seen a lot in the last decade, and it has come at a time when we are trying to make a really strong case for new homes.
The whole point of Dublin’s plan is to be one of Ireland’s top five cities for housing.
We’re trying to attract people to the city, but also to provide them with affordable, well-quality housing.
I’m very confident that Dublin is going one step further and that this is going well, but the longer the boom continues, the harder it will be to keep up.
There’s going for the first time since we built our capital that there are no new developments planned.
There is a lot that’s happening in Dublin and we know we can’t wait to get back to the basics and start building again.
Tom has been a real-estate expert for many years, and he has been part of a number of major developments.
I would like to talk a little bit more about what the city will look like 20 years from now.
I know you have been involved in the construction of several of the most iconic buildings in the world.
Where do you want Dublin to be in five years?
Where do we want Dublin in ten years from today?
Tom McBreeches website, tommcbride.com Tom: We think the future in Dublin will be very similar to the one we’re in now, but with a very focused emphasis on the quality and sustainability of housing.
In the last 10 years, we’ve had a very strong housing recovery in the cities of Dublin, Cork and Galway.
We are now in a position where we’ve seen more new homes being built in Dublin than in any other major city.
We also see a very significant increase in the number of households renting.
We think that this will continue for the next 20 years, with the number going up by about 40 per cent.
There will be an increase in demand for new housing, and there will be a lot for developers to do.
We need to build more, and build more quickly, because the city needs to be on top of its game.
We really have to