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Written by Joe Pryce
Monday, 29 May 2017 16:10

 

Tipperary County Council will have a total of €3,032,731 to spend on housing adaptations for older people and for people with disabilities this year.

The Minister for Housing Simon Coveney today announced that his department is to allocate €59.8 million towards the scheme.

Tipperary County Council will receive over €2.4 million in exchequer funding, while it will provide €606,000 of its own resources towards the initiative.

According to the Minster, grants of up to €30,000 are available for an adaptation, up to €8000 for housing aid for older people and up to €6000 for mobility aids.

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