There were 73 homes already built and occupied in Ros Mor before the Jana Group took over the remainder of the site in late 2015 and since then a further 90 homes have been built and are now occupied.

The large open space has now been completed, grassed and is fully open.

With the last phase of 20 homes on The Avenue nearing completion and sold out, we are moving to the next phase, in The Woods, where a mixture of 3 and 4 bed semi’s, with a few detached will be offered – construction has commenced in April 2021.

These houses have an enhanced specification to deliver a BER rating of A2 are compliant with nZEB.

These high quality block built homes are very well insulated and very economical to heat and run, with an enhanced feature being PV panels on the roof, to save electricity costs. Houses at 12-64 The Woods are nZEB compliant.

The building contractor on site is Hallinan Construction Ltd, a local family run building firm from Askeaton, Co. Limerick, that have been building homes in the Limerick area for over 35years. Headed up by Bernie Hallinan with his son Shane, they are on site all the time with a friendly “hands-on” approach.

Yes. The enhanced Homebond Scheme is in place which covers major structural defects, specified mechanical and electrical inherent defects, and water ingress/smoke penetration as well as covering home buyers for the loss of money deposited for the construction or purchase of a new home.
Block Built. The developer does however reserve the right to construct timber frame houses also. The original 73 houses are timber frame.
The tiling will be as in the showhouse, the laminate in the living room is 12mm thickness, see sample in the showhouse.

The floors on the ground floor level will be concrete and the floors on the first floor will be flooring grade timber sheeting.

Brouder and Murphy, 14 John’s Street, Limerick. 061-411786. The kitchen and wardrobes in the showhouse are standard. Purchasers can take a credit for these or add to them by dealing directly with Brouder and Murphy, provided contracts are signed for the house and the standard kitchen has NOT been ordered by the developer.
In all house types the price includes the hob, oven and non-integrated dishwasher.

These appliances will be delivered to the house after the sale has closed. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to arrange and pay for the fitting of the appliances, supplied by Finucane Electrical (061469467). The brands are subject to availability and at the developer’s discretion. The extractor is supplied by Brouder Murphy and fitted with the kitchen.


Yes. Internally and externally.
There is no chimney. This is to comply with nZEB.
Photovoltaic Panels on the roof convert energy from the sun into ‘free’ electricity – with no greenhouse gas emissions, no noise and are virtually maintenance free. This electricity can be consumed with electrical appliances, especially with fridge/freezers and media devices turned on or in standby mode.  Surplus power can be used to heat water in the cylinder.
Ros Mor homes are fitted with a highly efficient natural gas boiler giving cost effective space heating and hot water. This is a simple, low maintenance and economical system.
The first phase of Ros Mor (73 Homes) has already been taken in charge by Limerick City and County Council and subsequent phases will also be, so no management fee will be payable. Home owners will be responsible for any refuse, water or other sundry charges which may arise.
There are several primary and secondary schools in the area. Donoughmore National School is located approximately 2km from Ros Mor on the main Ballyneety Road (R512) and St. Patrick’s Primary School is located 4km away on the Dublin Road. There are a number of primary schools in the City Centre, on O’Connell Avenue such as The Modh Scoil and Limerick School Project as well as Scoil Mhathair De, located just off O’Connell Avenue, on South Circular Road, 4km from Ros Mor. There are also a number of Secondary schools located on South Circular Road such as Laurel Hill Colaiste and St. Clements College. Castletroy College, Newtown is just 5km away. CBS Sexton Street and Colaiste Nano Nagle are both located on Sexton Street, which is again just 4km from Ros Mor.
Ros Mor is only a few minutes drive from Childers Road Retail Park (Limerick’s largest retail park), Dublin Road Retail Park and Parkway Shopping Centre. The Cresent Shopping Centre and Limerick City Centre are within ten minutes’ drive.
This 18 Hole championship golf course, ten minutes’ drive from Ros Mor, was co-designed by Ryder Cup player, Des Smyth and Irish Amateur International, Declan Branigan. Ballyneety Golf Club is a parkland golf course with sand-based greens and tees all built to US PGA standards. It is located 6miles south of Limerick City, off the M7. Membership forms are available for download from their website.

Once you have placed the booking deposit of €5,000 on your new home you should do two things:

Firstly, advise your solicitor so that he or she will be expecting the documentation from the developer’s solicitor. You will be given contact details for the developer’s solicitor when you book the house.

Secondly, inform the financial institution with whom you have arranged a mortgage that you have placed a deposit on a home.

The Help to Buy incentive is designed to assist first-time buyers with obtaining the deposit required to purchase a new house.

Jana Building Co. Ltd is a qualifying contractor registered with the Revenue to allow you avail of the Help to Buy Scheme.  For more information visit the Revenue website.

Contracts are issued to your solicitor once the booking deposit has been paid. When your solicitor is satisfied with the results of his or her queries and your formal loan offer has issued, you will sign the contracts and return them to the developer’s solicitor.

Once contracts are signed, please provide details of your Help to Buy approval to the developer.

When your new home is complete, the developer’s solicitor will notify your solicitor who will ask you to arrange an inspection of the house. This is the “snagging” of the house and must be carried out and the report issued to the developer within 10 days of you being notified to snag, otherwise snagging will be carried out only after the sale has been closed.

You will also need to arrange the final valuation of your house through your lending institution or mortgage broker. Please ensure this is processed immediately as it is often the cause of lengthy delays.

Under the terms of the contract, a period of fourteen days is normally allowed after your new home is completed, to enable financial completion to take place. This is to give time for you to carry out a final inspection and for your solicitor to gather the balance of the purchase money and documents together.

Please note that when you carry out your own inspection (or your surveyor carries one out for you) it is very important that we are notified immediately (by email to: [email protected]) if you feel there are some items which require attention. The developer will attend to this list and request you to do a final inspection when the list has been attended to.

Failure to close the sale within the period allowed for in the contract will result in interest being charged on a daily basis.

Services such as electricity and gas are provided to your home and will be connected by the Developer prior to the sale closing. Just prior to closing the Developer will take a meter reading to close both accounts, at this time your contact details will be given to the provider so you can be contacted to prevent services being disconnected. You can choose your own provider if you do not wish to set up an account with the current provider. Ducting will be provided for fixed line services.
This FAQ document is intended for guidance only and does not form part of any contract between the purchaser and the developers or building contractor.