North & East is delighted to announce that work has begun on the demolition of the old Fire Station on Scarlet Street in Drogheda. This project undertaken by North & East will revitalise this site while incorporating the character of the existing historic neighbourhood and will provide 15 homes catering for the needs of families and the elderly.
The site occupies a prominent location in a historical part of Drogheda just outside the old town walls. Historically the site was used as a school and the old school yard wall is still present on site and part of it is going to be retained in the scheme. The site itself used to be part of the grounds of the Sienna Convent and the proposal aims to open up Scarlet Street to the mature trees and parkland setting of the convent. Work is expected to be completed by late 2019.
North & East Housing are committed to delivering good quality homes in partnership with Louth County Council and are delighted to develop this site in conjunction with the Council