Corran-Deel Voluntary Housing Association was set up in 2003 by a group of volunteers from the parish of Feenagh-Kilmeedy. Concerned about the effects of rural decline and the lack of quality affordable rental accommodation for families, the group established Corran-Deel as an Approved Housing Body.
Co-operating with Limerick City and County Council, their first development in Kilmeedy village was Fernview – a small estate of 10 houses comprising 6 three- bedroom units and 4 two-bedroom units which was launched in 2007.
In 2009, The Forge in Feenagh was launched – a development of 14 houses (6 two-bedroom units and 8 three-bedroom units).
Over the years, the Board of Corran-Deel have acquired and renovated a number of properties in the area, with a total of 30 properties now under our management.
Our tenants are all eligible for social housing and are nominated from the Limerick City and County Council Housing list. Attracted by the benefits of rural living, community and sporting facilities as well as excellent primary schools (with small classroom sizes), our tenants become our neighbours contributing and engaging with a thriving local community.