Co-operative Housing Ireland promotes the continued expansion of the co-operative housing sector as a solution to housing need. The Association has an over forty-five year track record in forging innovative partnerships between communities and the public and private sectors. Examples of expertise in project delivery include:
Avondale Park, Fingal: in partnership with Fingal County Council, Co-operative Housing Ireland have managed the planning, design and delivery of 216 state-of-the-art new homes alongside a purpose built child and family service.
Riverside, Loughlinstown: Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown: on a site provided by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, we developed 49 new apartments in a landmark new building. The development includes a communal room that is used by the community as a library and for after-school clubs and social events
Townsend Street, Dublin City Centre: on a site provided by SIPTU, we delivered 19 new apartments in an area of high housing demand. This second phase of the development encloses a shared a courtyard area with high quality public art.
Auburn Lodge, Killiney: Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown: as part of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government’s Capital Advance Leasing Facility (CALF), we completed an unfinished housing development. The project has provided 31 new apartments in an area where housing affordability remains challenging.
ABOUT CO-OPERATIVE HOUSING IRELAND
Co-operative Housing Ireland is an Approved Housing Body (AHB) and works closely with various stakeholders in the housing sector, including Local Authorities, Government, aspiring home owners, tenants and developers, to provide high quality social-rented and home ownership co-operative homes across the country.