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Posted: Jul 11, 2019 By: Roslyn Molloy , Sein Healy , Ursula McAnulty Research area:  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: Jan 01, 2017 By: The Housing Agency Research area:  Place
Housing Agency Submission on relevent planning issues for the National Planning Framework

This is a submission by the Housing Agency to a public consultation on the National Planning Framework  (NPF) which sets out the Housing Agency's suggestions on relevant planning issues.

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Posted: Jan 01, 2017 By: The Housing Agency Research area:  Place
Ireland 2040 Public Consultation - Housing Agency submission

This is a submission by the Housing Agency to a public consultation on the National Planning Framework (NPF) which sets out the Agency’s suggestions on the draft NPF from a housing and housing related perspective.  This follows on from the original submission on relevant planning issues for the NPF made by the Housing Agency in March 2017.

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Posted: Jan 01, 2012 By: DKM Economic Consultants , Brady Shipman Martin Research area:  Place
Review of Part V of the Planning & Development Act 2000 and Request for Consultation

This review measured the outputs from the Part V process, examined the impact and effectiveness of Part V and carried out a financial analysis to assess the economic efficiency of the mechanism over the previous decade. Following the detailed consultation with stakeholders, this review examined the options to recast Part V taking into account lessons from the Part V experience in Ireland as well as looking at similar provision mechanisms elsewhere. 

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