Following proactive engagement between NAMA, the Housing Agency and the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government, a process has been established to ascertain whether residential properties made available by NAMA, through its borrowers and receivers, are suitable for social housing.  Properties that are deemed suitable may be leased or purchased by local authorities or Approved Housing Bodies (housing associations and co-operatives) through engagement with the property owners or, on their behalf, appointed insolvency practitioners, facilitated by NAMA.

The charts below provide data on the number of residential properties that have been delivered for social housing providers.  More granular data is also available which provides a breakdown by county (per local authority and AHB project) of dwellings contracted / delivered.