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Peel housing handover welcomed by minister

Ta'n Shirveishagh goltaghey caghlaa-stiuree thieys

She cowrey reddyn vees taghyrt sy traa ry-heet, cur freggyrtys son tooilley thieys theayagh da Barrantee Phurt ny h-Inshey, ta'n Shirvishagh Bun-Troggalys jerkal.

V'eh focklit magh ec jerrey yn çhiaghtin shoh chaie dy beagh feed thie ayns Close Carnane as Imman Derby goll er stiurey liorish y lught-reill ynnydagh, veih Jelune yn çheyoo laa Toshiaght Arree.

Christine Moughtin, Caairlagh Barrantee Phurt ny h-Inshey, doltee ee yn caghlaa, as ee gra dy re kesmad foaysagh v'ayn gys freggyrtys ynnydagh as leodaghey costyssyn-reiree.

Ray Harmer, Shirveishagh Bun-Troggalys, t'eh gra dy re caghlaa vondeishagh t'ayn.


Peel housing handover welcomed by minister

The infrastructure minister hopes handling over responsibility for more public sector housing to Peel Commissioners is a sign of things to come.

It was announced at the end of last week that 20 properties in Carnane Close and Derby Drive would be managed by the local authority from Monday 6th February.

Chairman of Peel Town Commissioners Christine Moughtin welcomed the move, sayig the transfer was a positive step towards local accountability and reducing management costs.

Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer says it's a positive move.

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