Irish eco village gains construction manager
A construction manager has been appointed to watch over the development of Ireland's first ever eco village in Cloughjordan, reports the Nenagh Guardian.
Mr Ryan has already set a target of completing the construction of around 30 houses per quarter on the site, with 132 residential buildings planned for the development overall.
Further developments planned for the 67-acre site include three community buildings, a commercial area with a focus towards ecological services, education and training on Market Square and an area for wildlife and woodland.
Planning permission was received last month allowing building work to commence on a quarter of the environmentally-friendly homes scheduled for the development.
Sustainable Projects is the developer in charge of carrying out the work, which will include the overall development of 113 homes.
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