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New social housing development for Ennis

27 May 2021

Clare County Council has announced the recent appointment of consultants for the design of a new social housing development at Drumcliff, Ennis, County Clare.

The proposed 26-unit development, estimated at €6,279,889, is to be funded by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage.

The initial design in relation to the proposed social housing scheme will comprise of 4 four-bed units, 6 three-bed units, 14 two-bed units, and 2 two-bed units (specially adapted).

The proposed housing units will be designed to a high standard.

The project design team, managed by the Social Development Directorate of Clare County Council, comprises Vincent Hannon Architects (architects), P Coleman & Associates (civil and structural engineers), Matt O’Mahony Consulting Engineers (mechanical and electrical engineers) and Tom McNamara & Partners (quantity surveyors).

 

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Pictured at Áras Contae an Chláir on the recent appointment of consultants for the design of a new 26-unit social housing development at Drumcliff, Ennis, Co. Clare, are: (seated, l-r) Anne Haugh, Director of Social Development, Clare County Council; Cllr Mary Howard, Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council; Pat Dowling, Chief Executive, Clare County Council; and (standing, l-r) John Geaney, Director, Matt O’Mahony Consulting Engineers (mechanical and electrical engineers); James O’Donoghue, Director, Tom McNamara & Partners (quantity surveyors); Cllr Gerry Flynn, Chair of Social Development SPC, Clare County Council; Adrian Headd, Senior Executive Engineer, Housing Department, Clare County Council; Siobhán McNulty, Senior Executive Officer, Housing Department, Clare County Council; Paddy Coleman, Director, P Coleman & Associates (civil and structural engineers); and Paul Hannon, Director, Vincent Hannon Architects (architects).

Page last reviewed: 27/05/21

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