Cliona Park housing was one of the flagship projects for the Limerick Regeneration agency with Limerick City and County Council to kick start a strategic urban renewal area plan for Limerick regeneration. This project was to provide an exemplar architectural, social and sustainable design for the regeneration projects in the City. The development of the Cliona Park scheme on the North side of the city was delivered in 2 phases and provided for a number of social housing and shared community spaces for the locality. Overall, the project consisted of the design and build of 43 dwelling units which entailed 23 houses and 20 apartments and community shared space. The apartments are self-contained and have a private communal garden in addition to a common room area. The overall development consists of the provision of a road that divides the apartment development from the houses.
The second phase of this development looked to establish the integration of 10 more dwelling units into the fabric of the existing surrounding terraces in the Cliona Park area creating a coherent overall urban infill development for the community. The dwelling design, choice of materials and shard surfaces create a strong unity and strong sense of identity within the Cliona Park environs, complementing the existing context while helping to ensure the quality and appearance in to the future.