The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) are in attendance at a big blaze at an unfinished housing website in Londonderry.
mages on social media present the flames have engulfed the derelict properties on the Dunfield Terrace area in the Waterside.
NIFRS confirmed the fire was reported at round 8.20pm on the row of unoccupied terraced homes. They stated three home equipment together with an aerial system are on the scene.
Crews from Crescent Link and Northland Road Fire Stations had been deployed to tackle the blaze and the fire service confirmed the trigger of the incident has but to be decided.
Earlier this 12 months the native council ordered the house owners of Dunfield Terrace to both safe the positioning, or demolish the partially constructed properties.
Building work had stopped on the website three years in the past.
It is known the area has skilled an inflow of anti-social behaviour and vandalism on the website in the previous.
In April, a protest was held on the website after residents had raised security issues over the unfinished housing growth.
Responding to the fire, Foyle MLA Gary Middleton tweeted: “There have been ongoing issues about anti-social behaviour and prison injury at Dunfield Terrace.
“The issues of native residents and stakeholders haven’t been acted upon. Urgent motion is required earlier than there may be critical damage or loss of life.”
William Johnston, Group Commander for NIFRS confirmed the fire is ongoing however “under control” at current.