12 August 2021 No Comments by The Northern Standard

The Government was in the final stages of preparation for what would be the most ambitious strategy in the history of the State for the delivery of affordable homes, Minister for Justice, Social Protection, and Rural and Community Development Heather Humphreys stated in Castleblayney last week. Minister Humphreys was officiating at a ceremony to mark the completion of 25 new social housing units at Radharc An Bhrí, part of a 38- dwelling project involving the approved housing body Tuath Housing.

The new homes have been allocated to applicants from the local authority waiting list and the additional 13 units are set for delivery early next year. Tuath have partnered with Monaghan Co Council and Killycard Developments Ltd to deliver the 12 two-bedroom and 26 three-bedroom houses, with the development funded by the Housing Finance Agency and the Department of Housing. Minister Humphreys paid tribute to the housing staff of Monaghan Co Council “for the superb work they have done across the county in recent years in terms of drawing down funding as part of Rebuilding Ireland – Monaghan has one of the best records in the country in terms of delivery.”

The Minister added: “In the coming weeks, Government will unveil our new Housing for All policy – that will be the most ambitious strategy in the History of the State in terms of providing affordable homes for our…

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