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Government will go to any length for homes: €150 million grant for renovation projects

Dublin: The Irish government has announced a €150 million aid scheme to help with the timely renovation of derelict homes and buildings. One aspect of the scheme is that the entire cost of renovation will be covered by the government. The government has also issued a road map outlining modern construction methods that local authorities can employ.

The new measure is a part of the government’s dream plan, the Housing for All Scheme, which is being implemented as a solution to the housing crisis in the country. Under the new scheme, local authorities can identify and propose houses in need of renovation. 100% of the cost of acquiring the property will be given as a grant.

The Prime Minister will see that the goal of housing for all is met.
So far this year, construction on 13,000 houses has begun. Varadkar also stated that the number of houses had increased by 7% over the previous year. More than 700 people have received mortgage bonds this year. The Prime Minister said that after 1975, history has also been created in the construction of social housing. Deputy Prime Minister Michael Martin said that the only solution to housing problems is to build and distribute houses.

Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said that this scheme will bring new life to towns and villages across Ireland. Varadkar also said that maximum incentives will be given to those who want to bring back unused houses. Varadkar declared that the Housing for All project is moving towards its goal.

The Housing Minister will go to any length for housing.
Darragh O’Brien, Housing Minister, has stated that the government will go to any length and take any measures necessary to solve the country’s housing crisis. The Minister stated that by effectively utilising this funding, we will be able to convert vacant and unused buildings into new homes.

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