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‘Construction’ Archives

Increase in funds for Clare’s local and regional roads

Clare Fine Gael Senator Tony Mulcahy has welcomed the increase in funding allocated to Clare County Council under the annual Regional and Local Roads Scheme. (more...)

Minister opens social housing development in Clonlara

Clare County Council’s newest social housing development at Glór na Srutha, Knockbrack Lower, Clonlara, has been officially opened by Minister Paudie Coffey, Minister for Housing, Planning & Co-ordination of Construction 2020. (more...)

MEDIA ADVISORY Minister to open Clonlara housing development

WHERE: Glór na Srutha, Clonlara, Co. Clare WHEN: Thursday, 6th November, 2014 at 9.40 a.m. WHAT: Minister Paudie Coffey, Minister for Housing, Planning & Co-ordination of Construction 2020, will officially open Clare County Council’s new housing development. The opening will also be attended by the Cathaoirleach and Members of Clare [...]

Clare County Council publishes Vacant Houses study

Clare County Council has confirmed a housing vacancy rate of 21.2% in the County based on the most recent Census figures. (more...)

Energy upgrades announced for Council dwellings

Senator Tony Mulcahy, Fine Gael's Seanad spokesperson on Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, has confirmed the allocation of €191,278 to Clare County Council to enable the local authority to carry out works to social housing stock. (more...)

Housing developments taken in charge by Clare County Council

Clare County Council today (Monday, 25 August 2014) confirmed it has taken in charge 29 housing developments comprising hundreds of residential and other properties throughout Clare since the beginning of 2013. (more...)

Funding allocated for Clare energy projects

Clare Senator Tony Mulcahy says he has received confirmation from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) of its decision to allocate funding totalling almost €335,000 for two separate energy projects in County Clare. (more...)

€118,000 for Clare childcare facilities

Fine Gael Clare Senator, Tony Mulcahy has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr James Reilly TD, that €183,113 will be awarded to Clare childcare facilities through the 2014 Early Years Capital programme. (more...)

Planning of new Foynes-Limerick road scheme begins

Limerick City and County Council has commenced the planning and design of a proposed new road linking the Port of Foynes in West Limerick with the M7/N18 at Limerick City. (more...)

Council to return 42 vacant social housing properties to use

Work on returning dozens of vacant and boarded-up social housing units throughout County Clare to productive use will begin next month, Clare County Council has announced. (more...)

Neighbourhood Park and playground proposed for Mungret

Limerick City and County Council has announced plans to build a new neighbourhood park in Mungret. (more...)

Public Area Scheme funds for Clare communities

32 community and TidyTowns groups throughout County Clare are set to benefit from a once-off €112,500 euro funding allocation being provided under the Public Area Enhancement Scheme. (more...)

Funds approved for first phase of West Clare Railway Greenway

The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport has allocated €400,000 to Clare County Council for the construction of the first phase of the West Clare Railway Greenway. (more...)

Funding for two unfinished housing developments in Westbury and Ennis

Clare County Council has been allocated €368,000 under the Government's Special Resolution Fund (SRF) for Unfinished Housing Developments. (more...)

Gort to Tuam motorway contracts signed

Clare Senator Tony Mulcahy has welcomed the news that contracts for the construction of the M17/M18 PPP Gort to Tuam motorway have been signed today by Minister for Transport, Leo Varadkar; Minister For Public Expenditure & Reform, Brendan Howlin; and the National Roads Authority (NRA). (more...)

Open Day At New Kilmaley Housing Development

An open day will take place at a new development of 12 homes for independent and assisting living for senior citizens in Kilmaley, County Clare, this Sunday (May 4th) at 11.30am. (more...)

22 properties to be brought back into use in Clare

22 families on the Housing List in County Clare are set to receive offers of new homes during the coming months after Clare County Council announced it is to shortly begin restoring properties in 14 towns and villages to full use. Following a submission for funding by Clare County Council's Housing Department, the Department of the Environment, [...]

€6m Doolin Pier construction contract is signed

Brendan Howlin, T.D., Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform was in Doolin this afternoon to visit the location of the proposed €6m pier project for the County Clare coastal village. (more...)

PHOTOCALL Minister Howlin to visit Doolin

Brendan Howlin, T.D., Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform will visit the site of the proposed €6m pier project at Doolin, County Clare, at 2.30pm today (Tuesday, 22 April 2014). Minister Howlin's visit will coincide with the signing by Clare County Council of a contract with the successful tenderer for the construction of the new pier. [...]

New measures will alleviate social housing shortage in Clare – McLoughlin

Fine Gael Councillor Sean McLoughlin has welcomed the Government’s announcement of a €15 million national investment in social housing, which includes a €421,000 investment in properties across Clare. (more...)

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