Howth & Baldoyle – Dublin

Partner: Fingal County Council (Fingal)
Type of project: Refurbishment of 5 units transferred to Clúid from Fingal
Location: North Dublin
Cost: €1,000,364
Funding:
80% private loan (from the Housing Finance Agency), 20% Government loan
BER: From G to A3/B3 (supported by the Better Energy Homes Grant)
Interesting fact: Four of the five properties are located in Architectural Conservation Areas

In September 2014, Clúid completed a major refurbishment of five derelict cottages in Howth and Baldoyle. Plagued by vermin infestation, anti-social behaviour and dampness, the cottages had become uninhabitable. For the first time ever Fingal transferred units to Clúid and together they sourced private funding to regenerate the five properties. The area has been transformed by the regeneration; yet, the cottages are fully compliant with relevant conservation regulations, ensuring the architectural integrity of the streetscape.

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Where We Have Built

Carlow

134 Units

Cavan

38 Units

Cork

476 Units

Donegal

130 Units

Dublin

191 Units

Galway

111 Units

Kerry

103 Units

Kilkenny

18 Units

Laois

147 Units

Leitrim

10 Units

Limerick

78 Units

Longford

8 Units

Louth

117 Units

Mayo

39 Units

Meath

40 Units

Monaghan

12 Units

Offaly

47 Units

Roscommon

25 Units

Sligo

91 Units

Tipperary

213 Units

Waterford

99 Units

Wexford

91 Units

Clúid refurbished five derelict properties in the Howth and Baldoyle area in collaboration with Fingal County Council through a stock transfer. We are delighted with the quality of the completed units and compliment Clúid for their professionalism in the management of the refurbishment works. We look forward to further opportunities to collaborate with Clúid in the near future.

JOE MURPHY - FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL