In the summer of 2010 the Irish Council for Social Housing conducted a survey as part of an exercise to map the provision of housing and services for the elderly within the Voluntary Housing Sector. Information was obtained on 210 schemes, as provided by 176 Housing Associations. This report details the findings of this survey.
Throughout 2007 the Irish Council for Social Housing conducted research into the provision of housing for people with disabilities by the voluntary housing sector. This publication looks at the level of such housing provision and challenges for the sector.
The increasing shortage and rising prices of land has proved to be a stumbling block for many housing associations. In Autumn 2005, the ICSH carried out an extensive survey of housing associations and the ways in which they sourced their land.
This study takes an in-depth look at group housing and sheltered housing provided by voluntary housing associations as essential, but often overlooked elements of the continuum of care for older people.
In January 2006 the Irish Council for Social Housing published a guidance document to assist housing associations in anticipating and negotiating the various risks they will encounter during the housing development process.