Protected Structure to be restored as Housing

Boyce Cottages is a protected structure in Tallow, Co. Waterford, constructed circa 1830 as almshouse accommodation for aged couples. The cottages form a picturesque single-storey terrace of six units, retaining their original form and a substantial amount of original fabric, including distinctive fenestration to the front. The cottages are considered of significant architectural, historical and social special interest for the region.     

Aughey O’Flaherty Architects have been appointed by Waterford County Council to conserve and refurbish the now derelict Boyce Cottages and convert into four one-bed social housing units to modern standards. 

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