Future ICSH Event
Tuesday 18th September 2018
Ashling Hotel, Dublin
The ICSH is delighted to host its 3rd Tier One Seminar in the Ashling Hotel, Dublin on Tuesday the 18th September 2018.
This seminar is suitable for board members and staff of smaller housing associations and attendees will benefit from a full programme that includes:
Reflecting on the work of the ICSH during 2017 and in the years to come issues that were raised included the challenges facing housing associations and the ICSH as membership bodyin relation to the CSO/Eurostat reclassification of housing associations as part of the local government sub-sector. Also, the recurring concerns facing our smaller (Tier 1) members around long-serving voluntary board members and the problem of succession and governance were also raised. Minister Eoghan Muprhy addressed members in attendance and spoke of the housing association sector as critical to the delivery of social housing under Rebuilding Ireland.
Capital Advance Leasing Facility (CALF) seminar
Jury's Inn, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1
25th March 2014
This CALF seminar is intended to give an overview of the CALF funding model including the background and context to its introduction, details relating to the application and assessment process. In particular the CPD allows for learning on the workings of the ICSH Financial Model in a step by step manner using worked examples of small to medium type projects. The seminar will prove beneficial and insightful for AHBs looking to explore the CALF model as a means of financing social housing provision.
The exhibition which will take place during this year's National Social Housing Conference will host exhibitors from a diverse range of companies, providing innovative products and services to the voluntary housing sector. We would encourage all conference delegates to visit our exhibitors' stands and see what they have to offer.
CECODHAS Housing Europe is the European Federation of Public, Cooperative & Social Housing. This year, the CECODHAS General Assembly will take place in Dublin over three days.
As part of this event, on 22nd May, a thematic conference is being held. A key part of the event will be learning from the EU SHELTER project which promotes and facilitates energy renovation of homes through co-operation and integrated design.