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Housing Agency Board Vacancy
Posted: Mar 25, 2019 Categories: News, Vacancies

Housing Agency Board Vacancy

Closing date 12th April 2019

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Minister for Housing & Urban Development Damien English TD published the 6th annual progress report
Posted: Mar 07, 2019 Categories: News

Publication of the 2017 Annual Progress Report on Actions to Address Unfinished Housing Developments

“Number of ‘ghost’ estates further reduced by 91% since 2010”

Minister for Housing and Urban Development Damien English TD, today (7 March, 2018) published the sixth annual progress report and seventh housing survey on tackling the issue of unfinished housing developments.

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The Housing Agency, in association with Peter McVerry Trust, provide 13 refurbished apartments
Posted: Mar 04, 2019 Categories: News

Castle Court apartments in Dublin’s city centre was officially opened today  (December 4th 2018) by Minister Damien English, TD, Minister of State at the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government.

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The Housing Agency hosted European experts at the ‘Affordable Housing Seminar’
Posted: Dec 01, 2018 Categories: News

DOWNLOAD THE FULL PRESENTATION HERE

See below the order of presentations on the day.

Topic 1. GOOD FUNDING MECHANISMS FOR ACHIEVING AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Dr Gerard van Bortel, Assistant Professor Housing Management, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

The role of the Council of Europe Development Bank

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Launch of Initial Reports from National Study of Irish Housing Experiences Attitudes and Aspirations
Thinking Ahead - Housing for Older People
Posted: May 04, 2018 Categories: News

This report details 19 case studies of housing for older people across Ireland with varying scales of support services.  It showcases best practice examples of housing projects developed / being developed.  The report includes lessons learned from schemes developed and managed by local authorities, housing associations and by the private sector. 

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