Covid-19 update to Members
05 Jan 2021
Dear Member,As you are aware Covid-19 is still active in the community and level 5 restrictions apply to all counties until 31 January 2021. These actions are being taken to protect our whole community. Our Offices remain closed, but we are still actively supporting members: • If you need us, please call your local office. You can also email [email protected] ...
A Christmas Story
22 Dec 2020
A few weeks ago An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, launched Co-operative Housing Ireland’s newest development in Brookhill, Carrigaline, Cork, just in time for Christmas. Ross, Dorota and their two children spoke to Eve Kelliher in the Irish Examiner just before Christmas. We’re moving house. Will Santa Claus know where to find us?’ Cork dad Ross O’Keeffe tells us why moving into their forever ...
“Turnkey homes are essential to addressing the housing crisis”
07 Dec 2020
Taoiseach launches 69 new homes for Christmas Taoiseach Micheál Martin has today launched Co-operative Housing Ireland’s Brookhill estate of 69 affordable family homes in Carrigaline, Co. Cork. The development of A-rated homes was achieved through partnership with Cork County Council, the Housing Finance Agency, the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, and Homeland Group. “This is a good news ...
“It was a dream to have my own home again”
16 Nov 2020
Co-operative Housing Ireland launched its ‘No Place like Home’ campaign last month. As part of the campaign we’ve been inviting Members to share what having a safe and secure home means to them in such uncertain times. One such member is Mary, who lives Castleconnell, Co. Limerick. “I think during the first lockdown, most people didn’t know what to ...
“This place feels so much more like home”
09 Nov 2020
Co-operative Housing launched its ‘No Place like Home’ campaign last month. As part of the campaign we’ve been inviting Members to share what having a safe and secure home means to them in such uncertain times. One such member is Anna*, who moved into her home in Deakin Court, Drumcondra last year. “We moved into our new home here ...
“There is life beyond the pandemic”
02 Nov 2020
We were delighted this year to have new residents move into a brand-new housing estate in Wicklow. One such resident is Winifred, who is sharing her story as part of our ‘No Place like Home campaign’. “I feel very lucky to have moved into a new home. I work with the Simon Community and sometimes work at home due to ...
“It was great to finally be able to tell the kids that this is our forever home – this is where we’re going to live”
26 Oct 2020
Amanda and her family lived in six homes in the last five years before finally settling into their forever home with CHI this month. Amanda worked in childcare, but after Daragh her partner had a car accident and after Covid-19 hit, she has decided to care full time for their children. She shared her story as part of our ‘No ...
Co-operative Housing Launches its 2019 Annual Report
20 Oct 2020
2019 was a landmark year for Co-operative Housing Ireland, with the organisation delivering 371 new homes throughout the country, 50% more than the previous year, furthering its mission to become a vibrant national organisation with a footprint across the country. This is a record number for the Organisation and follows on from a record year in 2018. Co-operative Housing Ireland ...
“I have a fine and snug home no matter what happens – I’m extremely lucky”
16 Oct 2020
Séan Murphy is originally from Curracloe, Co. Wexford. He turned 80 this year during the Covid-19 restrictions, with neighbours and family coming together at a distance to ring in the end of his 80th year. He moved to Castlebridge almost seven years ago, a small town a few miles outside of Wexford. He spent five years living in an apartment ...
Co-operative Housing Ireland launches ‘No Place like Home’
15 Oct 2020
“Home has become more important than ever during this pandemic” Co-operative Housing Ireland has today launched its ‘No Place like Home’ campaign. The campaign explores the importance of home during Covid-19. It focuses on the lived experiences of CHI Members during the pandemic and what having a secure home means to them in such uncertain times. The launch coincides with ...
Since 1973, Co-operative Housing Ireland has supported the provision of over 5,700 homes across Ireland in a mixture of tenures
Co-operative Housing Ireland promotes the sustainable development of locally affiliated co-operative societies across Ireland.
We have responsibility for the ongoing management of over 2,400 homes available at affordable rents.
We provide wider community resources such as Childcare Services across Ireland.