The ICSH welcome the announcement today by Ministers Kelly and Coffey of the €151m investment the first significant development programme under CAS for the last number of years
Funding of €84m will be provided for new build construction of 521 new homes and €67m for the purchase of a further 536 homes.
The Regulation Office at the Housing Agency has released its first Annual Report and Sectoral Analysis on the regulation of AHBs. The Annual Report highlights the importance of regulation and explains how regulation is necessary to facilitate the delivery of more social housing. The Annual Report provides, for the first time, key data and analysis on the AHB sector operating in Ireland based on individual regulatory assessment of 142 AHBs.
2015 marks the 15th anniversary of Neighbours Day, since it was launched in Paris, in 2000. The following ICSH video looks at the importance of promoting good neighbourhoods.
- 25% Reduction in Housing Waiting List through Build, Buying & Leasing Programme
- In excess of €500m for Dublin Local Authorities
Minister for the Environment, Community & Local Government, Alan Kelly T.D., along with Minister of State, Paudie Coffey T.D., have today (1 April, 2015) announced housing targets for each local authority area out to 2017.
The Charities Regulatory Authority (CRA) has now sent out letters to ALL charities registered for tax exemption with the Revenue Commissioners before 16th October 2015 with details of how to create an account and update charity details on the CRA website.
If you haven't received a letter please via the CRA website giving your charity's name, CHY number, registered charity number (obtainable via the public Register of Charities) and current address and they will contact you with further details, so you can create an account and update charity details on the CRA website.
18th February 2015
The Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) has welcomed the announcement of the new investment programme for housing backed by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Housing Finance Agency (HFA) which will see an additional 2,000 units delivered over the next three years.
This report has been commissioned by the ICSH to carry out a thorough assessment of the current financial mechanisms and future funding options available that will enable effective social housing delivery for the AHB sector and identify options for increasing the supply of housing, particularly social, in Ireland post-2015.
Revised CALF financial models are now available on the Members Only section of our website. Log in with your previously supplied details and click on the Leasing Publications and Circulars section to access these. If you have any problems with logging in, please contact Catherine McGillycuddy on email@example.com or 01 6618334.