Exciting new development in Churchtown launched by Homeland

We’re delighted to be funding this unique development of townhouses and duplexes/apartments with Homeland Investments.  Camberley Mews is located in the heart of Churchtown, Dublin 14 and is for sale through DNG New Homes.

Activate closes funding round as it targets €1bn in 2018

Article on Activate’s successful fundraising in The Irish Times.

Activate Capital to grow to €1bn with additional fundraising

Activate Capital to grow to €1bn with additional fundraising. ISIF and KKR commit an additional €270 million. Home builders “materially stepping up production” in Ireland. Activate Capital (“Activate”), the dedicated….

Park House, Baldoyle launched this week

Park House, an exclusive scheme of 25 large contemporary townhouses and apartments in Baldoyle, Dubiln 13, has launched this week.  Brought to the market by Homeland Projects through agent Kelly….

Pre-launch of 3 new schemes funded by Activate

3 developments funded by Activate Capital have pre-launched recently.  The developer is Homeland Projects and the schemes are: Stanford Park – an exclusive development of 15 houses on Westminster Road, Foxrock….

Millerstown, Maynooth Road, Kilcock coming to the market soon

Millerstown, Kilcock will be launched over the coming weeks by McGarrell Reilly – this is an exceptional development of large 3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses on the Maynooth Road,….

Soon to be launched development in Lusk

Clonrath, Lusk, a development of traditional 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes in Lusk, Co. Dublin will be launched over the coming weeks – this is another high quality development….

Next phase due to be launched of Stepaside Park development

The next phase of Stepaside Park is due to be launched soon by McGarrell Reilly, a scheme of 46 exclusive houses funded by Activate Capital.  

The role of apartments in meeting Irish housebuilding requirements, 2018-2022 – a study by Ronan Lyons commissioned by Activate Capital.

Activate Capital recently commissioned Ronan Lyons, Assistant Professor of Economics in Trinity College Dublin, to analyse the Irish housing market and to provide specific insights into the need or otherwise….

Reprieve for ‘Help-to-Buy’ scheme on cards after backing.

Interesting article in the Irish Independent last week on the ‘Help-to-Buy’ scheme, with some commentary included on Activate Capital.