The Housing Agency welcomes the publication of the Housing First National Implementation Plan 2022 - 2026.
Housing Europe, a Brussels-based think tank has published a report for the Housing Agency on cost rental case studies in Austria, Denmark and Finland. Each of these three countries has large-scale cost rental social housing schemes. This report outlines how rent setting and financing takes place in each of the three countries.
The Housing Agency in conjunction with Kerry County Council has won the ULI CBRE Munster Private / Private sector award for placemaking for the Tralee regeneration project.
In 2004, Tralee Town Council identified the Mitchels / Boherbee area of the town as being in need of major regeneration in order to deal with the underlying physical, economic and social problems that affected the area. This major ongoing transformative regeneration project defines a standard for best practice in regeneration and placemaking.
The Housing Agency to support the enhanced Defective Concrete Blocks Scheme.
Tuesday, 30th November: The Housing Agency will play a central role in assisting homeowners and local authorities as part of the enhanced Defective Concrete Blocks Grant Scheme announced by Minister Darragh O’Brien today.
The Housing Agency is delighted to announce the winner of the 2021 Housing Agency Essay Prize competition. This prize is awarded to the most original student essay submitted for assessment as part of the Institute of Public Administration’s Professional Diploma in Housing Studies. This year’s winner is:
Sarah Kennedy, for her essay ‘The Housed Homeless: The Role of Housing Policy in Supporting Victims of Intimate Partner Violence’.
The Government’s new housing strategy commits to increasing the supply of housing to an average of 33,000 homes per year over the next decade and providing for an optimal mix of social, affordable, and private housing for sale and rent.
Housing for All: A New Housing Plan for Ireland will be the focus of The Housing Agency's Housing Conference 2021, which will take place online from Monday 8 to Friday 12 November.
The Housing Agency has today welcomed the announcement of significant investment in housing in Ireland, as set out in Budget 2022.
Please note that The Housing Agency is no longer accepting submissions for the Training Needs Analysis Questionnaire.
The Housing Agency currently has a number of housing research and education support opportunities.
The call for applications for the 2022 Research Support Programme is now open. Deadline for applications is 5pm Friday 23rd September 2022. Please make sure to read all of the documents below before submitting an application.
The Housing Agency and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland will host a webinar outlining the changes to Part V under the Affordable Housing Act 2021, which came into operation on 3 September.
This 60-minute webinar will take place at 3pm on Monday 11 October.