Hayes welcomes new housing funding
South Tipperary County Council has been given the green light for its proposals to construct six new social and voluntary housing units and has received funding of €795,000 from the Department of Housing and Planning in order to do so.
These new permanent housing units are intended to provide accommodation for people with special housing needs including the elderly, homeless persons and people with a disability. Four of the six new units will be located in the Cashel area, while the other two locations have still to be decided. Three of the units will be allocated to St Patrick’s Dwellings for the Elderly in Cashel, providing much needed accommodation for residents in South Tipperary.
South Tipperary TD Tom Hayes welcomed the announcement, saying that while it will not solve all the housing problems in South Tipperary, he was delighted to see the region receive such a large investment from the Department.
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