RediResi Ireland hands over 27 refurbished housing units

Round Garden Citywest

RediResi Ireland have delivered twenty-seven refurbished homes, in Round Gardens, Citywest for South Dublin County Council, as part of a first phase of delivery.  This is the latest project completed by RediResi Ireland who have now delivered 215 housing units, helping Ireland to tackle its social housing waiting lists.  These units have now been handed over to South Dublin County Council.

Speaking about the project, John Hickie, Head of Finance for RediResi Ireland said; “We are delighted to see this project completed.  These homes were completely refurbished during the difficult Covid-19 pandemic.  We worked directly with South Dublin County Council in delivering these housing units and they will assist the Council in reducing their housing waiting list.

“These units, when purchased were in a dilapidated and derelict state and RediResi’s team extensively refurbished them and made them safe to modern fire regulations and significantly upgraded the Building Energy Rating (BER) of each unit.

“Our expert team of in-house advisers work to resolve complex problems that can often exist with derelict second-hand homes. These issues can be structural, legal or be other problems that we work to resolve. This is so, when housing units are delivered for Local Authorities for the purposes of social housing provision those issues no longer exist and the home is of a far better standard and quality than previously existed.   

“These homes in Round Gardens will now benefit twenty-seven families in South Dublin County Council who will have their housing needs met. 

“RediResi Ireland are working on a number of projects throughout Ireland, which will see more housing units provided, so that councils can continue to tackle their housing waiting lists. 

“Finally, we want to thank Lawlor Burns and Associates, our technical advisers on this project; and South Dublin County Council who we worked closely with to ensure this project was successfully completed.”

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