The homes are not owned by Kildare County Council & are retained on a 25 year lease.
74 new social homes have been realised in Kildare.
The second phase of a scheme at Eustace Demense at Craddockstown is now completed.
The homes were built as part of Bundle One of the NDFA Social Housing Public-Private Partnership Programme
David Creighton is Senior Architect at Kildare County Council.
He says the local authority does not own the homes, but has retained them on a 25 year lease.
🏠74 Social Housing units delivered in Craddockstown development, Kildare, in Ireland’s 1st social housing PPP programme. Here's an overview of this and some other developments in the programme— Kildare County Council (@KildareCoCo) July 21, 2021
Developed in collaboration with @NTMA_IE @DeptHousingIRL