It's been revealed that over 100 social housing units will be built in Cork city.
According to the Irish Examiner, a special City Council meeting took place last night where the issue was discussed and eventually decided on.
A total of 109 units will be built across the city and in locations such as White Street, Barrack Street, Blarney Street and High Street.
It's understood that the houses are being built to help the housing crisis in the city.
It's believed that the building of the houses will include the upgrading of rundown buildings in the city.
There will also be careful consideration when making architecture plans for the houses, so that they fit in with the rest of the city.
It's not yet known when the building will commence.