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Posted: Jun 20, 2019 By: Paul Mooney Research area:  Owner Occupied, Supply
Owners' Management Companies, Sustainable Apartment Living for Ireland

This research was jointly commissioned by Clúid Housing and the Housing Agency and conducted by independent researchers. The report "Owners' Management Companies - Sustainable Apartment Living for Ireland" examines current issues for Owners' Management Companies around service charges, sinking funds, the MUD Act, volunteer directors, etc.  It explores international best practice; delivers research findings on the sector and recommends reforms. 

Posted: Mar 01, 2019 By: Philip Crowe Research area:  Demand, Supply
Incentives for the Re-Use of Vacant Buildings in Town Centres for Housing and Sustainable Communities in Scotland, Denmark and France

This report, commissioned by The Collaborative Working Group for Housing and Sustainable Living, and funded by The Heritage Council of Ireland, examines the reuse of vacant buildings in town centres. Authored by Dr Phillip Crowe, it examines the reuse of vacant buildings in town centres.  The research was funded by the Heritage Council of Ireland

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Posted: Mar 01, 2019 By: Philip Crowe Research area:  Demand, Supply
How Data on Vacancy is Created and Used: Case studies from Scotland, Denmark and Philadelphia

This report, commissioned by The Collaborative Working Group for Housing and Sustainable Living of which the Housing Agency is a member, examines how data on vacancy is created using a case study approach.  Authored by Dr Philip Crowe, it examines vacancy data in Scotland, Denmark and Philadelphia.  The research was funded by the Housing Agency.

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Posted: Jan 01, 2018 By: Aideen Hayden & Bob Jordan Research area:  Supply
Rebuilding the Irish Neighbourhood

This report, funded by the Tomar Trust and published by the Housing Agency, examines mixed tenure developments and looks at evidence in Ireland and internationally, as well as opportunities that exist to progress mixed tenure developments.  It includes a checklist of features that promote the highest chance of success for such developments.

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Posted: Jan 01, 2018 By: Housing Agency , Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government Research area:  Supply
Resolving Unfinished Housing Developments: 2017 Annual Progress Report on Actions to Address Unfinished Housing Developments

This is the sixth annual progress report and seventh housing survey on tackling the issue of unfinished housing developments. This includes the results from the 2017 National Housing Development Survey which tracks progress on unfinished housing developments since 2010. 

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Posted: Jan 01, 2018 By: The Housing Agency Research area:  Supply
Comparison of Residential Construction Costs in Ireland to Other European Countries

This study examines residential construction costs in Ireland compared to a range of comparable European counties.  The comparable countries included in the Agency’s study are: United Kingdom (UK), Germany, the Netherlands, and France. These countries were selected because they have comparable climatic conditions, economic characteristics and construction labour costs to Ireland.  

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Posted: Mar 01, 2017 By: Housing Agency , Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government Research area:  Supply
Resolving Unfinished Housing Developments: 2016 Annual Progress Report on Actions to Address Unfinished Housing Developments

This is the fifth annual progress report and seventh housing survey on tackling the issue of unfinished housing developments.  This includes the results from the 2016 National Housing Development Survey which tracks progress on unfinished housing developments since 2010. 

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Posted: Jan 01, 2017 By: Future Analytics Research area:  Demand, Supply
Housing Supply Requirements in Ireland's Urban Settlements 2016 - 2020: Notes on Housing Supply Requirements

The Housing Agency commissioned Future Analytics to carry out research examining minimum housing requirements in Urban Settlements.  A minimum housing requirement arises when the supply of existing homes in an area is insufficient to accommodate changes in the projected population along varying household sizes.  This is a supporting note on Housing Supply Requirements.

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Posted: Jan 01, 2017 By: Future Analytics Research area:  Demand, Supply
Housing Supply Requirements in Ireland's Urban Settlements 2016 - 2020

The Housing Agency commissioned Future Analytics to carry out research examining minimum housing requirements in Urban Settlements.  A minimum housing requirement arises when the supply of existing homes in an area is insufficient to accommodate changes in the projected population along varying household sizes. 

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Posted: Jan 01, 2017 By: The Housing Agency Research area:  Demand, Supply
The National Statement of Housing Supply & Demand and Outlook of 2017 – 2018

This report by the Housing Agency brings together up to date information on housing trends for 2015 and 2016 while looks ahead to future demand.  It focuses on: new build, sales, rental sector, current and future housing demand and policy and legislation.

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