Community Minister Deirdre Hargey has announced a home rehabilitation project for 37 million homes in northern Belfast. This will build 123 new homes.
Hargay Announces Upper New Lodge 37m Housing Project
Minister Hargay said:
“We are pleased to announce this 37-meter refurbishment project in Upper New Lodge Belfast. This scheme provides high quality, affordable and sustainable homes.
“We are working with the local community to ensure that this highly needed project will be realized. The area will be extensively redeveloped and 123 new homes will be built. Needed. It was when I said I needed to build a house in the place. “
Minister Hargay explained:
“The challenges in our housing system have been for many years. That’s why I’m leading the biggest housing reform program in over 50 years. I need, demand and deserve it in our society. We are moving forward to provide housing options and solutions.
“This 37 million investment in North Belfast is evidence that transformational work brings people, workers, and their families.”
The project will redevelop the area between Hillman Street and Straseden Street. As a result, 123 new social housing will be built. As part of an ambitious plan, homeowners remove long-deteriorated properties to give way to new, high-quality homes.
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