New housing development in Newry

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Monday, May 9th, 2016
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Newry Sinn Fein’s Conor Murphy has welcomed progress at a new housing development in the city.
Newry Sinn Féin candidate Conor Murphy with David Little (Regional Director, NHBC) and Peader O’Hagan (Director, O’Hagan Group) ath te Heslips Court development

Newry Sinn Féin’s Conor Murphy with David Little (Regional Director, NHBC) and Peader O’Hagan (Director, O’Hagan Group) at the Heslips Court development

Murphy was invited by developer NHBC to see the new Heslips Court development on the Dublin Road with their Regional Manager David Little. “After the turmoil we have seen in the housing market and the construction industry, not to mention the difficulty young people are having when it comes to buying their first homes, I’m very glad to see this project progressing so smoothly,” he said. “Newry badly needs a development of quality, affordable homes. For many people, particularly young, first time buyers, this may have seemed something that was out of their reach forever but developments like this make that achievable again. “In addition, I’m delighted to see that construction is being carried out by a local company as well, providing a much needed lift to the industry in the area. “This is a very welcome project, particularly in Newry where there is a real need for quality, affordable housing.
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May 2016Murphy added, “Responsible developments like this are good for the people of the area, good for first time buyers, good for the construction industry and good for the economy.”

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