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Launch of Residential Satisfaction during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Ireland 2020 research report

Posted: Jan 24, 2023 / By: Communications Categories:
Launch of Residential Satisfaction during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Ireland 2020 research report

Join The Housing Agency's on the 8th February at 12pm for the launch of the Residential Satisfaction during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Ireland 2020 research report. This study is the third in the Housing Agency series National Study of Housing Experiences, Attitudes and Aspirations in Ireland. Previous reports were published in 2018 and 2019. The 2020 National Study of Housing Experiences, Attitudes and Aspirations in Ireland aims to measure householders’ satisfaction levels with homes and neighbourhoods, and also their future housing aspirations. The study took place in December 2020, ten months into the pandemic. The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on householders was assessed through new questions.

The Housing Agency's research analyst Anne Murphy will provide an overview of the research and its key findings. Associate Professor in Economics at Trinity College Dublin, Ronan Lyons will provide a response to the research. 

You can register for this online event at this link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_h8LZj7C7SMCgZmCrTQ669w

Anne Murphy

Anne Murphy joined the Agency as a Research Analyst in September 2020 and has worked on a range of research projects. The main focus of Anne’s work is the Agency’s behaviours and attitudes national survey series. Before joining the Agency, Anne managed a medical library, was an information specialist on systematic review teams and served for over a decade on a Health Research Ethics Committee.

Ronan Lyons

Ronan is an Associate Professor in Economics at Trinity College Dublin, where his primary research areas are housing markets, urban economics, and economic history. He is also a Research Associate at the Spatial Economics Research Centre in LSE and author of the Daft.ie Reports on Ireland’s sale and rental housing markets. 

He is an active contributor to the policy debate on housing in Ireland with many articles published in national media and is a familiar commentator to many in the sector.