At 14:01 27/06/00, Noel Carroll wrote:
>Kate's got a point. Don't know what land costs up here but you might get a
>decent site for a few hundred grand which means you're still coming out with
>a decent house for decent dosh with the stuff you want in it as opposed to
>the pleb spec of most of the ones you'll get ordinarilly!
It's not a straight forward as that. A couple of weeks ago there was a
story about such a co-op (without the cat5 and E1s) in Galway and they were
getting fairly shafted for planning permission etc.
Certainly would be an interesting proposition, but a lot of work,
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