Social housing units empty for six months

A new€11 million social housing development in Dublin is lying idle as complications over its entrance are resolved. The six-storey apartment building on the Finglas Road in Dublin 11 has been completed for about six months, but the 51 affordable hou

21st February, 2009

A new€11 million social housing development in Dublin is lying idle as complications over its entrance are resolved. The six-storey apartment building on the Finglas Road in Dublin 11 has been completed for about six months, but the 51 affordable housing units are still empty. Construction company Walsh Maguire said the design had been approved for two years, but the project had been held up because it was waiting for the go-ahead for an improved...

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