Wednesday 29 March 2017

Ex-Nama units give 22 families a new home

Ardmore resident Jackie O’Byrne with her three-year-old son Brody. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells
Ardmore resident Jackie O’Byrne with her three-year-old son Brody. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells
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New Nama-sourced social housing units unveiled in Bettystown, Co Meath, have provided homes for 22 families.

North & East Housing Association (North & East) has welcomed the provision of 18 new homes at Ardmore Rise in Bettystown, which it has leased from Nama for use as social housing.

Pictured below are Ardmore resident Jackie O'Byrne with her three-year-old son Brody.

Pat Lennon, chairman of North & East, said that the organisation has a positive and constructive relationship with Nama and Meath County Council.

"It's an extremely effective way of providing social housing units in the market. Together with Nama, we have plans for a further 90 such homes in North County Dublin and Monaghan," he said.

Irish Independent

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