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Image taken from @ballymoregroup.com Two local sports clubs will also get new state-of-the art homes as part of the plan for the area dubbed ‘Connolly Quarter’ Permission has been granted for a “game changing” development beside Connolly Station that will see more than 700 homes being built and create 1,000 jobs. The new Strategic Housing […]
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Fiona Cormican has over 20 years’ experience in the delivery of social housing projects in a senior management capacity. She currently holds the position of Director of New Business with Clúid Housing, Ireland’s largest housing association with a portfolio of assets in excess of €600 million and a three year new business pipeline of projects […]
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On the 27th of June, €15.075 million in funding was approved for the Disabled Persons Grant scheme (DPG) and Improvement Works In Lieu of social housing scheme (IWILs). This effort was led by Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government Eoghan Murphy, T.D., and Minister of State for Disability Issues Finian McGrath, T.D. Compared […]
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Futurologist Dr. Ian Pearson has big expectations for the future of construction. Now, in a new report commissioned by Virgin StartUp and Colmore Tang Construction, Dr. Pearson shares some of the potential changes to come. Dr. Pearson’s proposed future is environmentally friendly and efficient, featuring roofs made from recycled plastic bottles and 3D printed walls. […]
Housing News
Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr Declan Hurley has turned the sod on a new development of social housing at Cuan Barra, Kilmore, Ballingeary between the approved housing body Coiste Tithe Uibh Laoire Teo and Droumleigh Construction Limited. The development will see the construction of three houses providing long-term accommodation. Cork County Council is […]
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The government is to spend over €5 billion on the development of social housing during the next five years, it has been announced. Details of the government’s new housing plan were announced by an Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Housing Minister Simon Coveney on Tuesday. ‘Rebuild Ireland’ is a new government initiative which seeks to address […]
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  A cross-party committee set-up by the government  to tackle the housing crisis in Ireland has published its report. Established in April, the report calls for “most ambitious social housing project in the history of the State”. Solutions highlighted for Minister for housing Simon Coveney to implement include increasing the  rent supplement rate, rapid investment