Limerick housing estate shortlisted for national community housing award

CHI Member and resident, Sinead O’Loughlin, Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD, Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Cllr Gerald Mitchell, and CHI Chairperson, Pearse O’Shiel, at the opening of 137 homes at Amharc Muileann, Bloodmill Road, Limerick earlier this year. Photo: Paul Corey Photography

A LIMERICK housing estate has been shortlisted for a national awards ceremony that honours community housing.

The Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) has announced that the Amharc Muileann housing development in Limerick has been shortlisted for the prestigious ICSH Allianz Community Housing Awards.

The biennial awards recognise excellence across various different categories of public housing delivery by both local authorities and approved housing bodies (AHBs).

Projects shortlisted for the awards are also competing in the ICSH Public Choice Award.

This category gives members of the public an opportunity to support a shortlisted project at from early October. 

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