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Watch: Letting and living in apartments and managed estates - what landlords and tenants should know
Posted: Nov 20, 2020 Categories: News, Events

The Housing Agency and the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) jointly hosted a lunchtime webinar on the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants in managed residential estates, such as apartment developments.

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Housing Conference 2020
Posted: Nov 19, 2020 Categories: News, Events

Ireland shares many housing challenges with other developed economies, for example, providing the right housing in the right places, addressing affordability and ensuring that our housing stock contributes to sustainability - both sustainable communities and environmental sustainability.

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Watch: Building Sustainable Communities: National & International Perspectives
Posted: Nov 09, 2020 Categories: News, Events

The Housing Agency's vision is to promote sustainable communities.

Recently The Housing Agency hosted 'Building Sustainable Communities: National & International Perspectives', a series of webinars that considered some of the key elements of future resilient and sustainable communities. Many thanks to our expert speakers for contributing to the series.

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Significant savings could be made by investing in Supported Housing for older people - report
Posted: Oct 29, 2020 Categories: News, Events

The State could save €900 million over 30 years[i] as a result of direct public investment in Supported Housing for older people, research conducted by The Housing Agency has found.

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Letting and living in apartments and managed estates - what landlords and tenants should know
Posted: Oct 17, 2020 Categories: News, Events

The Housing Agency and the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) will jointly host a lunchtime webinar on the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants in managed residential estates, such as apartment developments.

David Rouse, advisor with The Housing Agency, will discuss legal relationships in managed estates, and the relevance of the Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011 to landlords and tenants.

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The Housing Agency welcomes sustainable long-term housing investment in Budget 2021
Posted: Oct 14, 2020 Categories: News

The Housing Agency has  welcomed the announcement of significant investment in housing in Ireland, as set out in Budget 2021.

With a total housing allocation of €3.3 billion – a 24 per cent increase on Budget 2020 –Budget 2021 provides not only the largest investment in housing in Ireland to date, it also indicates a significant commitment to a long-term approach to addressing Ireland’s housing and homelessness challenges.

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Autumn Webinar Series - Building Sustainable Communities: National & International Perspectives
Posted: Oct 02, 2020 Categories: News, Events

Aligning the provision of housing with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing, The European Green Deal, and the National Climate Action Plan 2019 is a response to ensure that housing will be put on a more resilient and sustainable path.

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Research and Education Supports from The Housing Agency
Posted: Oct 02, 2020 Categories: News

The Housing Agency currently has a number of housing research and education support opportunities.

Research Support Programme

The call for applications for the second round of the 2020 research support programme is now open. Please see the links below for further information and to apply.

Please note the new, extended closing date for this programme: midday, Wednesday 4 November 2020.

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Posted: Oct 02, 2020 Categories: News

The Housing Agency and the Construction Bar Association of Ireland recently hosted a lunchtime webinar about recent developments in law affecting high-density housing and MUDs.

The views expressed by the speakers in this video are not necessarily those of The Housing Agency. All information correct as of broadcast date: 29 September 2020.

Speaker Bios:

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Pyrite scheme extended as number of homes remediated reaches 2,000
Posted: Sep 25, 2020 Categories: News

The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD, has extended the pyrite remediation scheme to include the administrative area of Limerick City and County Council, which will see homeowners of dwellings with significant damage attributable to pyritic heave in County Limerick eligible to apply for remediation works under the Pyrite Remediation Scheme.

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