Cllr Charlie O'Connor, on behalf of the Mayor of South Dublin County Council, officially turned the sod on the development.
The residential area is being built on the townlands of Kilcarbery and Corkagh Demesne, Old Nangor Road in Clondalkin. It is one of six sites across Dublin, Louth, Wicklow and Kildare included in the Social Housing Bundle 1 Public Private Partnership (PPP) project which will deliver 534 social housing homes across the region.
The development, known as Corkagh Grange, will comprise of eight four bedroom houses, 71 three bed houses, 15 two bed apartments and 15 one bed apartments.
When complete, single people and families will be offered the new homes from the Council's Social Housing Waiting List.
Comhar Consortium is delivering the project, with support from Sisk as contractor, Choice Housing as facilities management provider and Oaklee Housing as tenancy management provider.
The development is expected to be completed towards the end of 2020.
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