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New homes for the elderly in Stradbally

Elderly tenants of Laois County Council are set to receive new homes in Stradbally.

Brookhaven Healthcare and Cluid Housing are providing six new homes to retired people in the Droimnín Retirement Village in Stradbally.

Chief Executive of Brookhaven Healthcare Gearóid Brennan said he was happy to see new homes being delivered.

“We have worked closely with Clúid on the project and are delighted to have been in a position to support Laois County Council in its efforts to provide suitable housing to retired people in the community.”

“Already there is a great community spirit within the village where occupants can enjoy all the benefits of a tranquil setting close to all the amenities available in any small town like Stradbally,” said Mr Brennan.

A new café also being built 

A new café called Oughaval Café was also recently added to the development.

Clúid Housing is the largest housing association within the country. Mr Brennan thanked local politicans, in particular Tom Mulhall and Paschal McEvoy for their help to residents of the Reitrement Village during construction.

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Siún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics.