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Housing Attitudes & Aspirations Series

Posted: Nov 21, 2022 By: Communications Research area:  Housing Attitudes & Aspirations Series, Demand, Supply, Place
Residential Satisfaction during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Ireland 2020

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.

Key Findings, can be found in report

Cover of report

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Posted: Sep 10, 2020 By: roslynmolloy , ursulamcanulty , séinhealy and annemurphy Research area:  Housing Attitudes & Aspirations Series, Social Housing, Private Rented Sector, Owner Occupied, Housing For Older People, Demand, Design
Apartment Living in Ireland 2019

Housing Agency National Study of Irish Housing Experiences, Attitudes and Aspirations in Ireland - Apartment Living in Ireland 2019.  This study set out to find out how satisfied people living in apartments were with their homes.

The information in this research study was collected by: face-to-face Interviews with more than 500 people living in apartments, two focus groups with families with young children living in apartments and two focus groups with older renters, a literature review and a summary of recent policy changes, legislation and guidelines that impact on the development of apartment living.

The report is available here.

Posted: Jul 11, 2019 By: Roslyn Molloy , Sein Healy , Ursula McAnulty Research area:  Housing Attitudes & Aspirations Series, Social Housing, Private Rented Sector, Owner Occupied, Demand, Design, Place
Housing Experiences of Renters and Owners in Ireland: Reports 3 & 4

This report is based on findings from the Housing Agency National Study of Irish Housing Experiences, Attitudes and Aspirations in Ireland, and focuses on the housing experiences of renters and owners in Ireland.

The focus of this study is on housing tenure, and examines levels of satisfaction within homes and neighbourhoods.  Tenure is analysed in more detail in the rented sector, with an analysis and comparison of social and private rented housing, while in the homeownership sector there is analysis and comparison of those who own their home with or without a mortgage. 

The report is available here

A working paper discussing the findings is available here.

 

 

Posted: Dec 01, 2018 By: Roslyn Molloy , Sein Healy , Ursula McAnulty Research area:  Housing Attitudes & Aspirations Series, Demand
National Survey of Irish Housing Experiences, Attitudes and Aspirations in Ireland.  Report 2: Irish Residential Satisfaction

This is the second in a series of reports from a National Study of Irish Housing Experiences, Attitudes and Aspirations.  Report 2 focuses on national housing and neighbourhood satisfaction.  It also looks at dwelling and neighbourhood characteristics, attitudes to different tenures and housing affordability.  It is based on a nationally representative sample survey of 1,200 householders. 

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Posted: Dec 01, 2018 By: Roslyn Molloy , Sein Healy , Dr Robert Mooney Research area:  Housing Attitudes & Aspirations Series, Demand
National Survey of Irish Housing Experiences, Attitudes and Aspirations in Ireland.  Report 1: Drivers of Residential Satisfaction and Aspirations in Ireland

This is the first in a series of reports from a National Study of Irish Housing Experiences, Attitudes and Aspirations.  Report 1 consists of a literature review and exploratory focus groups.  The objective of the focus groups was to explore themes around residential satisfaction and housing aspirations emerging from the literature review.

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A working paper on the study is available here.