I started a thread on this in the Gaeilge forum a while ago.
In every county in the Republic- bar Wicklow and Dublin- there is a significant (in many, many cases a large) number of new residential developments being named i nGaeilge amháin today.
Why hasn't the trend caught on in NI?
OK nobody really expects there to be many/any property developers from a Unionist background to be naming their developments in Irish but presumably you would think that the property developers from a Nationalist background would.
Is it that that there aren't many developers from a Nationalist background in the North?
Up until relatively recently it was illegal to name residential developments i nGaeilge amháin in the North. Maybe it's just a case of spreading the word amongst Nationalist developers that they can do so now?
I know there are a couple of developments around Newry named i nGaeilge amháin, but you would think that there would be more.