Official opening of 43 new social homes at Latlorcan, Monaghan Town
Minister Heather Humphreys cut the ribbon to mark the Official opening of 43 new social homes at Latlorcan, Monaghan Town
Minister Heather Humphreys cut the ribbon to mark the opening of 43 new social homes at Latlorcan, Monaghan Town on Monday 25th November. This high quality new development provides 29 two bedroom homes, 12 three bedroom homes and 2 four bedroom homes for families on Monaghan County Council’s waiting list. The development includes 6 one storey houses, which are suitable for people with disabilities, along with the 2 four bedroom houses which have ground floor bedrooms.
This is an important development of new social homes for Monaghan and as part of the delivery of new housing under Rebuilding Ireland.
The majority of the new tenants are people who have been on the Monaghan waiting list and have been living in private rented accommodation, with others who are moving to homes more suited to their family size.
Attending the opening of this development along with Minister Humphreys, were Brendan Smith T.D., Niamh Smyth T.D., Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin T.D., Senator Diarmuid Wilson, Cllr. Seamus Coyle, Cathaoirleach of Monaghan County Council, Cllr. Seán Conlon, Cathaoirleach of Monaghan Municipal District, and other Councillors, Eamonn O’Sullivan, Chief Executive Officer of Monaghan County Council., John Murray, Head of Finance & Housing in Monaghan County Council and members of his Council housing team. Mark Hall of Monaghan County Council was the in house Project Manager. The Contractors were Geda Construction and IJM Timber Engineering Monaghan.
Minister Heather Humphreys cutting the ribbon along with Cathaoirleach of Monaghan County Council, Cllr. Seán Conlon, Cathaoirleach of Monaghan Municipal District, Brendan Smith T.D., Niamh Smyth T.D., Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin T.D., Senator Diarmuid Wilson, Cllr. Seamus Coyle and other Councillors
High quality four bedroom home for families on Moanghan’s social housing waiting list
The development includes 6 one storey houses, which are suitable for people with disabilities
The Five Pillars
The Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness includes a comprehensive Five Pillar approach – these pillars are the foundations upon which we will build our plan. They are open to debate, additions and amendments, but for now they will be our starting point for immediate action.
This is an initiative of the Government of Ireland
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