Quality architectural design will ensure that the new homes are a positive addition to the village, adding vibrancy to a site that has lain vacant for some time.
The switch was officially flicked by one of the areas oldest residents, Ms Ellen Mc Allister and one of the younger residents, Alara Mc Gee.
Clanmil Chief Executive Clare Mc Carty led the countdown to the big switch on.
Its perfect for events like this and well be using it for many more community events and activities in the new year.
16 November 2016 The winners of this years Clanmil in Bloom gardening competition have been announced at a celebration event at The Junction in Dungannon, hosted by Cherrie Mc Ilwaine, presenter of BBC Radio Ulsters Gardeners Corner.
She said: We are delighted to be part of the Lower Ormeau community and to join LORAG in their annual Christmas event.
It's been a fantastic afternoon with lots of festive fun and cheer.Families living in Clanmil homes throughout the West Belfast area came along to Hub West, Clanmils new community hub at Caffrey Hill, on Thursday evening for a very special visit from Santa complete with music, festive food and drink and lots of fun.The event was organised by Clanmil with help from Caffrey Hills new Residents Association.Clanmils Director of Housing Colette Moore with Timothy and Pauline Nightingale, winners of the Best Kept Individual Garden and Best Newcomer category.Clanmil in Bloom is an annual competition run by Clanmil to acknowledge and reward those tenants who take a keen interest in keeping the green spaces around their homes looking the very best they can.13 December 2016 Residents from the Lower Ormeau area celebrated the festive season on Saturday 10 December with a Winter Wonderland extravaganza, topped off by the switching on of the lights on a Christmas tree organised by Clanmil Housing Group and LORAG.