Conor McGregor took to Twitter and urged the Dublin City Council to sign off on the properties. He wrote, “Waiting on Dublin City council to sign off here. These impeccably built homes are now ready for tenants to move in. Please DCC, sign off on these. We have people without residence eagerly awaiting to move in. We are built and ready to go.”
@TheNotoriousMMA "Walking around this land and these homes today, meeting all the neighbors, knowing that soon there will be families living here, creating their own memories, and building back their lives..#IrelandForever#IrelandFirst#IrelandAlwayshttps://t.co/IAIdcijiq2 pic.twitter.com/kMX1QtzNFg
— Culture, Tradition, Family (@HiberniaForever) April 6, 2020
The ‘Notorious’ said he had helped in building eight 3- bedroom houses. These were to be used to provide homes to families residing in hotels in the Irish capital. It was for those, “without a home to calm their own.”
As well as trying to ensure these homeless families get into their new homes during the Coronavirus pandemic, the Proper No. Twelve founder has also donated to the Irish health care system.
Conor, 31, gave €1 million euro worth of medical equipment to Irish hospitals last month and pledged to do more.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis in Ireland, the August McGregor owner has urged the government to go into lockdown early and to close our airports until the pandemic is over.