Housing Schemes for Affordable Housing

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Housing Schemes for Affordable Housing

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Home builders and housing developers in Meath are being asked to consider offering unbuilt houses or apartments with planning permission to Meath County Council, under an advance purchase turnkey arrangement.

Expressions of Interest for Housing Schemes for Affordable Housing

Home builders and housing developers in Meath are being asked to consider offering unbuilt houses or apartments with planning permission to Meath County Council, under an advance purchase turnkey arrangement.

Meath County Council are seeking to enter into advance purchase arrangements to secure turnkey homes in areas where the need, in particular for social and affordable housing is most acute.

Joint Venture arrangements that include an Approved Housing Body will be considered.  Meath County Council is seeking to create sustainable communities by encouraging a greater mix of social and private housing. 

  • Ashbourne
  • Kells
  • Bettystown
  • Laytown
  • Duleek
  • Navan
  • Dunboyne
  • Ratoath
  • Dunshaughlin
  • Slane
  • Enfield
  • Trim
  • All other towns/villages in County Meath where there is a social housing need

 

House schemes/lands to be considered must be close to services in a town or village, ideally within one mile (1.6km) from shop, school and local amenities.  House schemes should be in compliance with Building Regulations.

Land to be considered must be zoned as A1 (Existing Residential) or A2 (New Residential).

Please visit www.etenders.gov.ie (Tender ID – 221057) for further information.  This is an open procedure.  Applications can be made at any time. If you would like assistance, please email ship@meathcoco.ie for advice.

 

House scheme purchases/lands are subject to the approval of the Department of Housing, Local Government & Heritage. Meath County Council is not obliged to purchase any schemes of houses or lands submitted as part of this process. 

 Any queries in relation to the advertisement should be directed via the Messaging System on www.etenders.gov.ie