Keys handed over for 18 new homes in Moyross

Baby Jaylen with the keys of his new home along with his Mum Amy Butler at their new home in Cliona Park, Moyross. Photo: Kieran Ryan-Benson.

MOYROSS has gained some new residents as 18 new homes in Cliona Park were completed and the keys handed over last week.

Mayor of Limerick City and County councillor Gerald Mitchell was on hand to hand over the keys to the estate’s new tenants.

The development consists of six two-bed houses, one three-bed house, and five three-storey, three-bed homes.

There are also three one-bed apartments, two two-bed apartments, and one three-bed apartment.

The units are energy efficient with an A rated Building Energy Rating (BER) certificate, finished to an high standard and offering spacious accommodation for modern day living, according to a spokesman for Limerick City and County Council.

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The project was delivered by the Limerick City and County Council Regeneration Directorate and the Department of Housing, Local Government, and Heritage.

The new homes are located in the heart of the Moyross community, directly opposite Corpus Christi School, Moyross Community Enterprise Centre, and the HSE building on Moyross Avenue.

Welcoming the allocation of the new homes in Cliona Park, Mayor Mitchell said: “I’m thrilled for the residents who are receiving the keys to their new homes today. I’m sure they will soon find themselves settled into the welcoming embrace of the community here in Moyross.”

“This is a fantastic new development at Cliona Park with a great mix of one, two, and three-bed homes. Limerick City and County Council and Limerick Regeneration are acutely aware of the current housing need and I look forward to the delivery of a number of other housing projects currently at various stages of development across the city and county.

“I wish the new residents here in Cliona Park a happy future in their new homes.”

The development, which is phase three of the Cliona Park scheme, was built by Martins Construction Limited at an estimated cost of €4.8million.