The Law Society of Ireland and The Housing Agency recently hosted a webinar for stakeholders in the multi-unit developments sector.
Presenters and panellists Suzanne Bainton of Liston & Co. and Cómhnall Tuohy of Kane Tuohy Solicitors discussed developments in law and practice for multi-unit developments and residential owners’ management companies.
The views expressed by the speakers in this video are not necessarily those of The Housing Agency. All information correct as of broadcast date: 4 June 2020.
The Housing Agency and Engineers Ireland will jointly host a lunchtime webinar about sustainable apartment & multi-unit developments buildings.
Mairéad Phelan, Head of the National Building Control Office, will address apartment building life cycles, and design aspects, in the context of long-term upkeep and maintenance costs.
The 40 minute session will take place at 12pm on Tuesday 16 June 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how important resilient and sustainable communities are to us all.
Decisions we now make in relation to housing, planning and regeneration will play a fundamental role in the future of our communities. Measures that are put in place will need to be ambitious and will require adaptation to a new way of doing things.
This June The Housing Agency will host a series of free expert-led webinars that will consider some of the key elements of future resilient and sustainable communities.
The Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV) and The Housing Agency hosted a free webinar for stakeholders in the apartments and multi-unit developments sector.
The Housing Agency and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland recently hosted a webinar addressing the financial challenges for owners’ management companies arising from the COVID-19 emergency.
Social Housing applicants and applicants for the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan should note that in light of the Covid-19 emergency, a temporary alternate arrangement has been put in place that will remove the need for them to have to obtain a physically completed HPL1 form from Revenue, either in person, by post, or by Revenue’s online systems ROS/MyAccount.
The Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV) and The Housing Agency will host a free webinar for stakeholders in the apartments and multi-unit developments sector.
Panellists Ella Dunphy, Management Agent at DNG Ella Dunphy, Kilkenny, and Kay McGuire of Galway Property Services will tackle the challenges facing apartments and multi-unit developments during COVID-19.
The Housing Agency and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland will host a webinar addressing the financial challenges for owners’ management companies arising from the COVID-19 emergency.
Delivered by expert panellists, the session will be of interest to stakeholders in the apartment and multi-unit developments sector, including management agents and directors of Owners' Management Companies (OMCs).
The 40-minute webinar will take place at 12:30pm on Thursday 23 April 2020.
This information webinar is designed to assist the work of volunteer directors of owners' management companies in multi-unit developments in Ireland.
Multi-unit developments (MUDs) are developments of several homes that share certain facilities. These managed estates are often apartment buildings or duplexes, but they can also be townhouses or stand-alone houses that share common facilities. These communities rely on robust owners’ management companies (OMCs) for them to be successful and sustainable.
With the collaboration of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, and the Law Society of Ireland, The Housing Agency hosted a free webinar for stakeholders in the multi-unit developments and apartment sector. Panellists Aisling Keenan, management agent and author of Owners’ Management Companies Law and Best Practice, and Suzanne Bainton, solicitor with Liston & Company, addressed challenges facing MUDs and owners’ management companies in the context of the COVID-19 emergency.