CHI is in the process of retrofitting homes in South Earl Street, Dublin 8 and Sean McDermott Street, Dublin 1. They have received new windows and doors and are next set to receive air-to-water heat pumps. These upgrades are made possible by SEAI and SSE Airtricity grants. Link to a short video on South Earl […]
We spoke to new CHI Member Jodie about what the move means for her and her family https://cooperativehousing.ie/this-new-place-is-ideal-for-us-it-feels-like-home-there-are-nice-houses-in-the-estate-its-a-nice-area/
The apartment complex, originally built in the early 2000s, fell into disrepair. It was refurbished last year by CHI with the help of stakeholders. Link to our website article here https://cooperativehousing.ie/new-residents-receive-the-keys-to-their-forever-homes-in-hallidays-mill-dundalk/
Tuath Housing Association invites you to attend the online launch of Embedding a Culture of Tenant Engagement: Recommendations for Social Housing in the Irish Context , a report produced for Tuath Housing Association by Dr Joe Frey (University of Glasgow) and Dr Peter Shanks (University of Birmingham Registration Link https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/report-launch-embedding-a-culture-of-tenant-engagement-registration-253024482037
On January 28th, Tuath welcomed An Taoiseach Micheál Martin to Cork, where he officially opened the 86 homes Bishop’s Avenue development in Farranferris, Cork City. These homes were delivered in partnership with Cork City Council, and have been allocated to those form the council housing waiting list• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gO3fobYJlfM
Based on a short written piece by Cork writer and Tuath tenant Billy O’Callaghan, this video celebrates the delivery of Tuath’s 8,000th Home, and reflects the Association’s status as a Nationwide community – a community consisting of staff, tenants and partners across the Island of Ireland.