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Four Tipperary housing estates get funding from Special Resolution Fund

Fine Gael TD Noel Coonan

Fine Gael TD Noel Coonan

Tipperary TD Noel Coonan has welcomed the news that four Tipperary estates have received approval of funding from the Department of Community, Environment and Local Government under the Special Resolution Fund 2014.

Those to benefit are Cullenagh Estate, Ballina, Farmleigh in Riverstown, Kilcooly Way in Gortnahoe and Caiseal Na Rí in Cashel.

“North Tipperary County Council has received approval of funding from the Department of Community, Environment and Local Government under the Special Resolution Fund 2014 in respect of Cullenagh Estate, Ballina and Farmleigh, Riverstown. Funding recommended for Cullenagh Estate, Ballina is €125,000 and €122,500 for Farmleigh, Riverstown. This positive news comes following my continuous representations to Minister for Housing Jan O’Sullivan and it will be warmly welcomed by residents in all estates who are eagerly anticipating improvement works to be carried out as soon as possible,” said Deputy Coonan.

“Meanwhile, €116,656 has been recommended from the Department of Community, Environment and Local Government for Kilcooly Way and €250,000 for Caiseal Na Rí. This will make a big improvement to families living in the estates and comes as part of Friday’s announcement that 86 housing developments across the country will benefit from the €10m Special Resolution Fund announced in Budget 2014,” concluded Deputy Coonan.

 
 
 

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