The Housing Agency presents a lunchtime webinar intended to provide insights into practical energy cost saving measures for multi-unit developments, and owners’ management companies.
This event will be of interest to a wide audience- owners’ management companies, Approved Housing Bodies, property professionals, residents, local authority personnel, and other stakeholders in the multi-unit developments sector.
- Kate Joyce, Head of Sustainability and Strategic Projects, Túath Housing
- Nick Sheward, Director of Property Services, Túath Housing
- Alan Kavanagh, Managing Director Operations, IRES REIT Plc
Kate Joyce is Head of Sustainability and Strategic Projects with Túath Housing. Kate has over 18 years’ experience across the property, investment, and asset management sectors. She is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, TU Dublin, and DCU. Kate is an Associate Member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI), holds a professional qualification in project management, and recently completed a master’s degree in public policy.
Nick Sheward is Director of Property Services with Túath Housing. Nick has almost 35 years’ experience in construction and property, mainly in roles relating specifically to the provision and management of social and affordable housing. He plays a leading role in the delivery of property services to Túath’s housing stock. This includes building up investment profiles, managing planned and cyclical programmes, and the delivery of a responsive repairs service.
Alan Kavanagh is Managing Director Operations with IRES REIT Plc, a provider of almost 4,000 private rented homes in Dublin and Cork. Alan has held senior roles in the property and facilities management industry. Alan is a member of The Institute of Directors, and a graduate of TU Dublin.
The webinar will take place at 12.30pm on Wednesday, 4 October 2023.
Registration is free of charge via this Zoom link - https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_EVlqwYVxS8SFuBLUWjjuvA
Questions may be emailed to MUD@housingagency.ie
The session will be recorded for future use.
Places are limited to 1,000 attendees on a first-come first-served basis.
By registering for this webinar you consent for the purposes of event management to the processing by The Housing Agency of your personal data (name and email address).
Information provided during the webinar is general in nature. It should not be considered to amount to legal advice, and no reliance should be placed on it. The Housing Agency and webinar speakers cannot be held responsible for actions or failure to act on foot of the information provided. There may be other issues or circumstances that would influence the comments provided. Professional advice might be necessary on individual circumstances.