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Social housing for Feakle and Clonlara

Social housing for Feakle and Clonlara

Clare County Council has signed contracts for the provision of two new social housing developments in Feakle and Clonlara.

The 10-unit scheme in Feakle is funded by the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government and is scheduled for completion in early 2019.

The scheme of 10 houses in Clonlara also is funded by the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government and is scheduled for completion in early 2019.

Councillor Bill Chambers, cathaoirleach of Clare County Council said, “The design, accessibility and usability of previous social housing developments in County Clare have been of the highest standard and I am sure these schemes will be welcomed by applicants on the Council’s waiting list for social housing.”

Pat Dowling, chief executive of Clare County Council, said, “Clare County Council is committed to building sustainable and successful communities through the provision of quality and affordable housing developments. The Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government continues to support the development of houses in Clare, which is reflected in the work being undertaken to deliver the objectives of Rebuilding Ireland, the Government’s Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness.”

Councillor Gerry Flynn, Chair of the council’s Housing Special Policy Committee (SPC) stated, “I welcome these new developments and hope they will go some way towards addressing the housing needs in the wider east Clare and south east Clare areas.”

Clare County Council has signed contracts for the provision of two new social housing developments in Feakle and Clonlara.

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