We held our AGM 2019 on the Ashling Hotel Dublin on 19th June. Damien English TD, Minister for Housing and Urban Development launched our Annual Report 2019 and spoke about the ciritical role for housing associations in delivering on the 50,000 social homes committeed to in Rebuilding Ireland. In particular, he stressed the ned for the ICSH and our member orgqanisaiton communicate to communities, local auhtorities and councillors throught the country that we are making an impact and playing a ciritical role in alleviating the housing crisis.
Welcome to the Irish Council for Social Housing website
The Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) is the national social housing federation representing over 270 housing associations across Ireland.
This website aims to provide information on the role of the ICSH in developing housing policy, the services we offer to our members, an overview of social housing provision in Ireland and information on latest news and events.
ICSH AGM 2019
Housing Associations at AGM 2019 Ready for Strategic Delivery Partner Role in National Climate Action Plan
Wednesday, 19th June 2019
Housing associations attending the Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) AGM 2019 are ready to partner up with local authorities to deliver ambitious climate action measures for Ireland’s housing stock
ICSH Annual General Meeting - 19th June, 2019
The ICSH will hold its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, 19th June 2019, at 11am in the Ashling Hotel Dublin (adjacent to Heuston Station).
Social Housing Newsletter - Spring 2019
The Spring 2018 edition of Social Housing covers sector activity and innovation (including Clúid's innovative solution with Leeside Apartments Cork, and Túath Housing's Victorian social housing regeneration project in Dublin). We also feature updates on the Residential Tenancies Bill 2018, the Social Housing Delivery Report 2018, the recent ICSH presnetaqtion to the Oireachtas PAC Committee, and our upcoming Community Housing Awards 2019.
4 out of 10 New Social Homes in 2018 were Delivered by Housing Associations
Today, the Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) will launch the Housing Association Activity Report 2018. Ireland’s housing association sector provided 3,219 social homes in 2018, 38% of the national total, and took more than 4,000 households off the social housing waiting list. 54% were new build social homes provided by ICSH members to households on the social housing waiting list, 33% were acquisitions and 13% were leased.