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03-02-2021, 10:33   #16
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There were no indicator the last time either, all the experts ignored the obvious and carried on, 40% of the workforce were dependent on the construction sector. You cannot have continuous growth without some sort of down turn.
I'm not going to get into that now. If you can get a nice 3-4 bedroom house in Bishopstown that does not have significant subsidence issues at the price you are talking in the next few years, then fair play.
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I'm not going to get into that now. If you can get a nice 3-4 bedroom house in Bishopstown that does not have significant subsidence issues at the price you are talking in the next few years, then fair play.
What’s the saying for houses in that area - you only have houses that have been underpinned and houses yet to be underpinned.
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