Ireland today is defined by construction. A huge portion of the Irish economy is driven by the residential building trade. An acre of land can go for €50m and up in Dublin. Two rate hikes by the ECB hasn’t dampened Irish interest in owning their own property.
This crane was pictured at University College Cork where building work on new developments continues.
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6 replies on “Ireland Today: construction”
Reflections in my eyes,
Things I can imagine
Are poison for my mind
Awesome reflections, love how it’s broken up by the panels of glass. I would be returning to this spot often to shoot if it were near me! What opportunities…
Nice pic Donn. Good angle for this. Here’s hoping that the ECB rate won’t go mad!
Thanks for the comments! I’m glad I went fixed on my mortgage for the next 2 years! I only wish the Euro-US Dollar exchange rate was more favourable. I’m getting crucified on that!
Micki – you probably didn’t see Matt’s post about him coming to Ireland. I’m getting married in the next few days and the wedding will take place in the chapel behind me when I took this shot!
I have a few photos of it so I may post a shot of it on the day.
Great one !
How is the property prices doing in Ireland?
btw, I loved the reflection on the glass panel of the building. Great picture!