A Case Study of Adamstown, South Dublin County Council, Ireland

Paddy Gray, Erick Guerra, John Driscoll, Ursula McAnulty, Peter Shanks

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Abstract

This case study on Adamstown Estate is part of a larger study undertaken by the International Centre for Local and Regional Development (ICLRD) that investigates initiatives and policies in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to improve and build subsidized housing in mixed communities through the lens of six case studies – Springfarm, the Irish Street and Gobnascale interface and Carran Crescent in Northern Ireland and Cranmore, Mahon and Adamstown in the Republic of Ireland.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2012

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Gray, P., Guerra, E., Driscoll, J., McAnulty, U., & Shanks, P. (2012). A Case Study of Adamstown, South Dublin County Council, Ireland.
Gray, Paddy ; Guerra, Erick ; Driscoll, John ; McAnulty, Ursula ; Shanks, Peter. / A Case Study of Adamstown, South Dublin County Council, Ireland. 2012. 18 p.
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