FIRST TENANTS FOR SUTTON'S COURT HOUSING
After lying empty for years, Sutton’s Court in Mitchelstown is to finally see tenants moving into their new homes, writes Brian Moore. Funds to allocate the apartments and houses at Sutton’s Court for social housing have been approved by the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.
Tim Porter of Cluid Housing Association has confirmed to The Avondhu that with the funding in place, the first tenants will be moving in shortly.
“We are currently interviewing candidates for the homes and we should see people moving in sometime in February,” Mr Porter said.
€5.5 million has been provided by the Department to secure 30 units at Sutton’s Court for the voluntary housing project. The complex at Suttons Court which has remained empty since it was built some years ago, will also house the new library for Mitchelstown.
Cluid Voluntary Housing Association and Cork County Council will administer the allocation of the homes at Sutton’s Court.
“If anyone would like to apply for one of the homes at Sutton’s Court in Mitchelstown they should contact the Cluid office in Cork city on 021-5006500 or log on to www.cluid.ie for more information,” Tim Porter concluded.
Thursday 4th February 6:54pm