Homes to be complete in 2022

Quintain has been given planning for its first job across the Irish Sea.

The deal is a £69m scheme in north Dublin involving 153 homes.

The 11-acre site, located in Portmarnock and next to another planned Quintain scheme at Dún Sí, is part of the developer’s wider plan to build more than 9,000 homes across four sites in the Greater Dublin area.

Quintain Ireland Dun si development

Quintain Ireland’s 150-home Dún Sí development next to newly approved Portmarnock homes

The developer expanded its operations into Ireland in November last year.

The newly approved homes, designed by architect BKD, will provide residents with links to Connolly station, Dublin Airport and the Port Tunnel.

Construction of the 153 homes in Portmarnock is expected to be complete in 2022.

Quintain’s three other sites are located at Adamstown, Clonburris and Cherrywood, and when developed will make the firm the third largest housebuilder in Ireland.

Quintain is also working on the UK’s largest build to rent development with over 5,000 rental homes and 8,400 homes in total at Wembley Park in north-west London.


Quintain Ireland’s development sites

Adamstown – 5,000 homes on 220 acres

Clonburris (part of the Adamstown site) – 350 homes

Cherrywood – 3,000 homes on 120 acres

Portmarnock – 1,000 on 87 acres