Friday January 17, 2020

Tuath provided more than 1,000 new social homes in 2019

Overall spend at the not-for-profit housebuilder was €218 million, new accounts show

Killian Woods

Business reporter

12th January, 2020
Sean O'Connor of Tuath housing said figures for last year were ahead of projections. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Tuath Housing provided more than 1,000 new social homes last year, according to new figures released.

Draft end-of-year accounts for the not-for-profit housebuilder showed its overall spend last year was €218 million, an increase on its previous record spend of €161 million in 2018.

The outlay involved the construction and acquisition of 1,051 new homes, which has brought the total number of properties it provides and manages to over 5,500 nationally.

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