Here's a breakdown for each county of the number of houses Nama provided in 2015

Here's a breakdown for each county of the number of houses Nama provided in 2015

Nama made €9.1bn in cash in 2015, with €8.5bn of it coming through the sales of assets and loans.

Figures from the agency show that they have generated €32.7bn since being set up in 2010.

Nama say they have also started building work on 3,000 new homes, with planning permission received for another 5,000.

Construction on those is set to begin this year and they are to lodge planning applications for almost 10,000 more in 2016.

Here's a breakdown for each county of the number of houses Nama provided in 2015

Below is a county by county breakdown of the number of homes delivered by Nama.

The first figure next to each county is the number offered by the agency, the second is the local authority demand and the final figure is the number delivered up to the end of 2015.

Carlow Co. Co. 225, 150, 138

Cavan Co. Co. 49, 1, -

Clare Co. Co. 233, 66, 32

Cork City 500, 169, 133

Cork Co. Co. 789, 308, 280

Donegal Co. Co 118, 32, 5

Dublin City Council 828, 391, 379

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Co. Co. 332, 143, 93

Fingal County Council 279, 114, 106

Galway City Council 203, 202, 197

Galway Co. Co. 135, 40, 24

Kerry Co. Co. 219, 131, 42

Kildare Co. Co. 298, 122, 113

Kilkenny Co. Co. 183, 63, 55

Laois Co. Co 98, 1, -

Leitrim Co. Co. 35, 0, -

Limerick City and County Council 147, 55, 16

Longford Co. Co 31, 0, -

Louth County Council 30, 27, 27

Mayo Co. Co 75, 31, -

Meath Co. Co. 235, 63, 38

Monaghan Co. Co. 42, 39, -

Offaly Co. Co. 79, 32, 29

Roscommon Co. Co. 136, 10, -

Sligo Co. Co. 111, 29, 4

South Dublin County Council 591, 131, 119

Tipperary Co. Co. 161, 13, -

Waterford Co. Co. 103, 51, 51

Westmeath Co. Co. 108, 25, 20

Wexford Co. Co. 225, 132, 92

Wicklow Co. Co. 36, 7, 7

Total: 6,634, 2,578, 2,000


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