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Ballyphehane

Ballyphehane is a suburb to the south of Cork City. It is one of the oldest suburbs in Cork and was created as part of a post-World War II initiative to create a model community in Cork. Between 1948 and 1993, a total of 11 housing schemes totalling 1,316 dwellings were built by Cork Corporation, now known as Cork City Council. Many of the main roads in Ballyphehane are named after the executed leaders of the 1916 Rising including Patrick Pearse, James Connolly, Thomas MacDonagh and Thomas Kent. There are several schools in the area. Maria Assumpta Girls' National School and the Presentation Secondary School, run by the Presentation Sisters, caters for the girls of the area. Réalt na Maidine National School is the primary school for boys. A...

Household In Ballyphehane

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Couple without Children

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Resident Age

Under 1616-3435-4950-6465+10%20%0%30%25.0030.0025.0014.006.0022.0028.0022.0016.0012.00BallyphehaneNational
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House Age

Before 19191919-19601961-19801981-2000After 2000Not Stated10%20%30%40%0%47%1.002.0022.0047.0022.006.009.0015.0020.0025.0026.005.00BallyphehaneNational
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