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New houses on the way for Ederney

A NEW era of development is under way in Ederney village with part of the village being redeveloped for much needed housing.
The redevelopment is currently underway at the village’s Main Street and New Street, with the site of a former shop, hardware yard and residence which has served several generations of the Maguire family since the 1840s to be used for semi-detached houses.
In recent years Ederney Trust has been active in finding solutions to redevelop the village’s unused buildings for a new generation of commercial, residential and recreational usage.
The Trust has now welcomed the investment by Colum Mimnagh and family from Drumquin in their current project to redevelop the former Maguire family buildings and yard to make way for five new three-bedroom townhouses.
Meanwhile. Ederney Trust is continuing with development plans in partnership with Ederney Credit Union to redevelop the former Murphy’s Café at Main Street for use as a health and wellbeing centre.
Other recent projects backed by Ederney Trust include a recreation, sports and gym facility at St Joseph’s GAA club grounds at Drumkeen developed under the flagship of the North Fermanagh Park Project with Kesh also benefiting with new sports facilities from the £1million plus National Lottery sponsored project.

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