The Offaly development consists of six two-bed and 20 three-bed homes,
26 new social houses have officially been opened in Offaly.
The development at Jackson's Hill in Tullamore consists of six two-bed and 20 three-bed homes, and were unveiled by Housing Minister Darragh O'Brien.
The homes, which have been built by John Flanagan Developments, have an A2 energy rating, and include air-to-water heat pumps and PV panels.
Tenants have been selected from Offaly County Council's housing list.
Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD said:
"I’m delighted to be on site here at another brilliant development from Clúid and their partners. There is high demand for housing in Offaly and these much needed social homes will provide another 26 families and individuals with homes for life.
"As I outlined last week, the housing targets for 2022 will be exceeded and it’s Approved Housing Bodies like Clúid that are helping us to deliver our Housing for All plan."