Cluid

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Yeronga and  Trinity Homes have been involved in building houses for a number of local authorities and the housing charity Cluid. Photograph: Alan Betson

Two accountants, appointed to find a way forward through examinership for two insolvent building firms, are to investigate a number of matters of conc(...)

Clúid received 1,080 applications for 25 cost-rental homes at Taylor Hill, Balbriggan, Co Dublin. Photograph:Nick Bradshaw

More than 1,000 potential tenants have applied to live in the first 25 cost-rental homes in the State, ahead of the close of applications on Tuesday (...)

Housing association Clúid is offering the two-, three- and four-bedroom houses in the newly built Taylor’s Hill estate at rents between €935 and €1,150 a month. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

More than 500 people have applied to become tenants of 25 homes in Balbriggan in just 24 hours since the State’s first cost-rental housing scheme was (...)

Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien is pictured at the  State’s first cost rental housing scheme, which is  being provided in Balbriggan, Co Dublin by Clúid Housing. Photograph: Corporate Photographers Dublin.

Cuckoo funds have not been incentivised to buy up homes for social housing, Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien has said. It emerged in the Dáil on(...)

Workers repair a damaged roof on apartments at Churchwell Crescent in Belmayne, Dublin in September 2018. Photograph: Donall Farmer

An expert report has revealed “fundamental” balcony design flaws at a boom era housing development in Dublin and a second report has raised fire safet(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Evan O’Brien after he turned on the Buckingham Street Christmas tree lights recently. Photograph: Eric Luke

If the emerging recommendations to the Ministerial Taskforce on the North East Inner City of Dublin are implemented over the next five to 10 years, an(...)

The Government’s Housing Agency will target portfolios of distressed properties held by banks. File photograph: Getty Images

The Government’s Housing Agency expects to achieve discounts of up to 10 per cent on the market value of private homes it plans to bulk-buy for social(...)

Owen Keegan CEO of Dublin City Council: wants to allow apartment blocks up to 28 metres tall  in “low-rise” areas of the city. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Apartment blocks eight to 10 storeys in height produce the “best outcomes” in terms of housing provision, chairman of the Housing Agency Conor Skehan(...)

Bríd Smith (right) of People Before Profit canvassing  a resident, Kathleen Hanafin, at a halting site at Labre Park, Ballyfermot, Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Kathleen Hanafin, a Traveller woman in her 50s, will vote for the first time on Friday. A resident of Labre Park housing site in Ballyfermot, Dublin s(...)

 Sally-Anne Berry on the site of her home   at the Labre Park halting site in Ballyfermot, Dublin.  She and her husband and two daughters, aged three and three months,  live in a small caravan.   Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Sally-Anne Berry (24) has been “very afraid” for the safety of her young family since the night of January 29th last. This was when a fir(...)

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