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Plans lodged for major social housing development in Armagh city

Ardmore development

A new major development will see 25 general and complex needs houses built in Armagh city, it can be revealed.

The application for the site in Ardmore has been lodged with planning officials.

The 25 new builds will include 22 two-storey general needs dwellings and three complex needs bungalows, with car parking, landscape and shared surface roadway.

Should permission be granted, the site will be situated to the rear of 24 and 26 Ardmore Hill, adjacent to 17 Ardmore Hill, to rear of 1 3 and 5 Ardmore Hill Court.

The agent involved, Triangle Housing Association Ltd, is a registered Housing Association with the Department for Social Development.

Ardmore development

Ardmore development

They were  formed in 1977 by nine women, who identified the need for accommodation for women and children suffering from domestic violence.

Triangle is a not-for-profit organisation, and is recognised as having charitable status.

Neighbours were notified earlier this week and consultation with those people will end on April 18.

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