500 high-quality homes to be delivered for Ballyfermot

Building on a long standing relationship with Dwyer Nolan Developments Ltd, Bank of Ireland are supporting the development of 531 high quality apartments in Ballyfermot.

Dwyer Nolan Developments Limited (DNDL) has embarked on plans to deliver 531 homes in Ballyfermot with Bank of Ireland now committed to the project as banking partner.

The deal is the latest chapter in a long-standing relationship between the developer and the Bank.

“Supporting the supply of new homes on high quality sustainable schemes is a strategic priority for the Group”

Since 2015, the Bank has supported DNDL in the delivery of c 650 new homes across schemes in Carrickmines, Santry & Finglas.

Building a better tomorrow

John Feeney, head of Property, Project and Asset Backed Finance at Bank of Ireland’s Corporate and Commercial Banking division said that the funding deal has allowed Bank of Ireland to play its part in supporting the delivery of quality housing whilst also continuing to support an existing strong customer in DNDL.

“Bank of Ireland is proud to support the supply of high quality sustainable homes in outstanding new developments.  In addition to much needed residential accommodation, significant amenities will be provided, including a community centre, parks and play areas.”

“I would like to thank DNDL for opportunity to build on our  long term partnership. We are delighted to demonstrate our support for house builders to deliver growth in housing nationwide. We’ll continue to play our part in delivering the nation’s housing future.” Feeney said.

Established in 1971 by Edward O’Dwyer, DNDL are experienced residential developers with a proven track record for completing high quality schemes, both housing and apartments, with more than 10,000 units delivered in the Greater Dublin Area.

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