Funding approved for 72 new housing units in Dublin's inner city

Funding approved for 72 new housing units in Dublin's inner city

The Government has approved funding for the development of new social housing units in Dublin's north inner city.

Seventy-two homes will be built on a vacant site on Dominick Street at a cost of €22m.

Fifty households who are already living in the Dominick Street flats will be rehoused in the new units, while a further 22 will be taken off the housing list.

Local Minister for Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe said today was the culmination of a decade-long project led by the community.

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