Monday 10th, August - WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE FOR LOGGING IN TO VIEW US OUR HITS ARE UP OVER THE 198,000,000.

 

Click to view 0 jobs

0 NEW JOBS AND COUNTING..
CLICK TO VIEW

 

 

 

Happy News Blitz

 

Updated : May 20, 2009

Happy News Blitz

State Of The Art Socail Housing Set For County Clare

A new €5 million state-of-the-art social housing scheme has been officially opened in Killaloe, County Clare.

The ‘Crossroads’ scheme provides housing for 24 families in 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses. Constructed by Killaloe-based firm Gatecastle Construction, the new development brings the total of houses delivered by Clare County Council under its Social Housing Programme to 1458.

Speaking at the official opening ceremony, Mayor of Clare Councillor Madeleine Taylor Quinn (available for interview on 087-2402341) said, “The design, accessibility and usability of this development are of the highest standard. What is especially convenient for residents of this scheme is that their homes are just a stone’s throw from the local shops, schools, play areas, church, banking and medical facilities. The development has also brought great vibrancy to this part of Killaloe.”


€1.8m Euro for HSE In The West

Minister of State and Clare T.D., Tony Killeen confirmed today that the Government has allocated €1.8m to the Health Service Executive (HSE) Western Area to carry out essential repairs to homes occupied by elderly persons living on their own.


The grant aid, provided under the Special Housing Aid for the Elderly (SHAE) Scheme, will enable works to be carried out on the homes of thousands of applicants.

The Minister said that the EUR1.8m allocated to HSE West this week was the largest under the Scheme’s allocation for 2009. Elsewhere, EUR700k was allocated to HSE Dublin/North East, and EUR500k was provided to HSE Dublin/Mid Leinster and HSE Southern.

“I was delighted to receive confirmation of the allocation from my Ministerial colleague Michael Finneran, T.D., Minister for Housing, Urban Renewal and Developing Areas. The funding under the scheme allows for work to be carried out in homes at a minimal cost to the State, allowing older people to live in their own homes for longer, which is what this Government wants to encourage as much as possible”, explained Minister Killeen

 

 

Go Back to Previous Page

Follow The Pig

How To Be Our Friend: When you log into your FaceBook account, there is a search section on the top right hand corner, just type in the name Curley Arnold and the picture below will pop up! Just click the Add Friend button and we all will be Friends!!

Categories