Cliona Park Moyross -The proposed 20 homes, forming Cliona Park Phase 4, will range from one-bedroom to four-bedroom properties providing a good mix of dwelling types.
The scheme is based on the central aim of achieving balanced sustainable communities with well-connected neighbourhoods
Limerick City and County Council has received Stage 1 approval for 20 new homes in Cliona Park Moyross and associated infrastructure upgrade works to Moyross Avenue from the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage.
Stage 1 approval means there is agreement from the department to fund the development in principle subject to the detailed design and statutory planning process and up to a construction cost of €6.9m.
The application relates to a greenfield site beside where 18 new homes are currently under construction as part of the Cliona Park Moyross Phase 3 development, along Moyross Avenue.
The proposed 20 homes, forming Cliona Park Phase 4, will range from one-bedroom to four-bedroom properties providing a good mix of dwelling types.
The proposal incorporates the realignment northwards of Moyross Avenue, integrating the upgrading of footpaths and the future provision of cycleways, in turn, increasing accessibility and connectivity within Moyross.
The scheme is based on the central aim of achieving balanced sustainable communities with well-connected neighbourhoods.
The Regeneration Directorate of Limerick City and County Council will now undertake a full engagement process with the community and all other relevant stakeholders, in order to proceed to the progression of Stage 2 and begin the process of appointing a design team.
In February 2022 it was announced that works were underway in Moyross ahead of the construction of 57 new homes for the communities of Dalgaish Park and Cosgrave Park. The homes were the latest phase of the redevelopment of the estate through the Limerick Regeneration project.
As part of the project, several derelict houses were removed to make way for the new development which will span both Dalgaish Park and Cosgrave Park in Moyross and are within walking distance to the Watch House Cross Neighbourhood Centre, public transport, and the local school and church.
Last year, a 38-home modular-home project began in Moyross, delivered by Clean Construction and initiated by Limerick City and County Council and the Peter McVerry Trust.
Twenty-four of the two and three-bedroom modular homes are to be constructed in Delmege Park and Hartigan Villas, Moyross, with the remaining 14 in Carew Park, Southill.
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