54 new houses in the pipeline for Tipperary.
Twenty eight new houses for Thurles; sixteen for Borrisokane; and ten for Cahir have been welcomed by members.
Tipperary County Council has given the go ahead for the provision of a total of 54 local authority houses in The Premier County in the coming months.
At a meeting of the Council in Nenagh this morning, the council gave the green light for 28 houses to be built at the Mill Road, Thurles – the first local authority houses to be built in the town since 2004. The houses will vary in size from four bedroom, to three bedroom, two bedroom and single bedroom units and will include the connection to the existing access road in the adjoining housing estate, The Glebe.
A total of ten houses will be constructed in the Old Tar Depot, Abbey Street, Cahir which will comprise eight two storey two bedroom houses, and two two bedroom single storey houses.
And, in Shesheraghmore, Borrisokane, sixteen new homes are to built ranging from four bedroom to single bedroom houses. This development will also include a connection to existing services in the Pairc an Chlocair estate.
The housing proposals were welcomed warmly by members.