The Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) has said this year’s housing budget demonstrates that the government is investing in social housing. However, the housing association membership body is concerned that diverting significant funds to supporting the private rental sector represents bad value for money. Social housing is an essential public service, and new spending should be used to rebuild the country’s depleted social housing stock.
Glasnevin Regeneration Project Scoops Overall Winner at the Irish Council for Social Housing Community Housing Awards 2017
Wednesday, 27th September 2017
- National conference on social housing taking place in Limerick today and tomorrow -
First sector wide independent tenant experience survey shows high level of satisfaction with housing associations. The sector is well-placed to ramp-up social housing delivery under the Rebuilding Ireland Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness.
Representing 270 members providing social housing across the length and breadth of Ireland, the Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) will meet with members from the West/North-West of the country in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, County Mayo on Wednesday 10th May.
Last week's publication of the Rebuilding Ireland Housing Land Map was also accompanied by details of four new mixed tenure Dublin developments, with a commitment to at least 30% social housing, that have already been brought to the market by: