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Mayor Welcomes New Greyabbey Residents

26 October 2017

Councillor Robert Adair, Mayor of Ards and North Down, has welcomed families who recently moved into new homes at Clanmil Housing’s new Rosemount Mews development in Greyabbey.


Cllr Robert Adair visited Rosemount Mews with Clanmil Housing’s Siobhan Graham and Colleen Quinn. Photograph courtesy of the Newtownards Chronicle
 
The new housing scheme provides 8 two bedroom detached and semi-detached houses and 2 apartments. The development, a contemporary interpretation of the traditional Northern Irish rural village with long, narrow buildings, was designed to reflect the existing character of Greyabbey.
Councillor Adair said;
“This exciting new development by Clanmil Housing in Greyabbey has addressed the need for housing and transformed the derelict site of the former Rosemount Arms into a fantastic family housing development.”
 
The new homes have been built to high energy-efficiency standards and to Lifetime Homes and Secured by Design standards which ensure added security and ease of adaptation if required at a later date.
Chief Executive of Clanmil Housing Group, Clare McCarty said;
“It is wonderful to see these families settling in and making the homes their own.  We wish them all many happy years at Rosemount News.”
 
Clare added: “We are very grateful to the local community and their political representatives who have supported us throughout the development of this scheme.  We look forward to continuing to work with them to ensure that Rosemount Mews is a great place to live.”
 
The new homes have been built by the Clanmil Housing Group with part funding from the Northern Ireland Executive through the Department for Communities.
 


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