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Councillors frustrated by social housing

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*Cllr PJ Ryan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Housing officials are frustrating Clare councillors who are now seeking a greater input into…

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Gutting of Council houses in West Clare ‘sinful & shameful’

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Criticism has been voiced with the manner in which West Clare’s social housing stock has been managed.

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Garvey recalls living in fuel poverty

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*Cllr Roisin Garvey. Photograph: Eamon Ward A Clare councillor has revealed her experience of fuel poverty whereby lack of funds…

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Peter McVerry trust to deliver social housing for homeless in Clare

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National housing and homeless charity, Peter McVerry trust is to deliver social housing in Clare for the first time.

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Keating inspired by Nelson Mandela with ‘novel’ proposal to tackle housing crisis

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An adopt a family scheme may be trialled to help tackle the housing crisis affecting the entire country.

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Colour of Feakle social housing scheme ‘archaic & institutional’

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Thirteen social houses being built in Feakle have been described as “institutional and archaic” due to the chosen colour scheme.

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Water capacity could prevent Tulla social housing development

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*Photograph: Tulla Tidy Towns Plans to build 22 social houses in Tulla will not be able to proceed if capacity…

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Hayes hits out at lack of Council built houses

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Dermot Hayes has hit out at the amount of Council houses built in Clare from 2016 to 2018 and has…

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Breen questions traveller’s ‘automatic right to Council houses’

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*Cllr James Breen. Photograph: Martin Connolly “Disgusting” boarded up houses at Watery Rd, Ennis have been described as “a long…

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27 homes to be built in Miltown Malbay

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27 new homes are to be constructed in West Clare under the Rebuilding Ireland scheme. €5,448,590 has been approved by…

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