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€2m housing development opened in Mullagh

Wednesday, 7th September, 2011 5:30pm

Story by Michael Cryan
€2m housing development opened in Mullagh

At the offical opening of the new Sonas social housing project at Mullagh were members of the St. Kilian's Housing Association (from left) Philomena Osborne, Garvin Hanley (architect) Larry Reilly (builder) Madeleine O'Meadloid, Sean McKiernan (chairman Co. Co.) Margaret Ormiston, Leslie F

A housing project that began a decade ago and which cost almost €2 million to complete was finally unveiled in the east Cavan town of Mullagh last Sunday despite a number of setbacks along the way.

The new Sonas social housing development consists of twelve homes, which are designed specially for older people. They were built under the Capital Assistance Scheme and there was 100% funding from the Department of the Environment and administered by Cavan County Council.

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