FIONA CORMICAN, New Business Director, Clúid Housing, speaks with Barry McCall of Irish Construction News about how the social housing delivery model has changed in recent years and calls for more joined-up thinking between stakeholders around building social housing.
In November 2020, HBFI launched two new products to further its presence throughout the housebuilding finance market. These products closely support the market requirements and have been developed following extensive engagement with market participants. The two new products are:
• COSME Product
• Social Housing Product.
7,909 New Dwellings Completed in First Six Months of 2018 According to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), in Q2 2018, 4,419 new dwellings were completed, up 34.1% over the same period in 2017, bringing the total number of new dwellings completed in the first half of 2018 to 7,909 units. Scheme […]
Image: An Cathaoirleach Councillor Ossian Smyth and Philomena Poole, Chief Executive, dlr. Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council today (06 July) delivered a further 10 homes as part of its housing delivery target of 1,563 social housing homes by 2021. The homes were designed by the Council’s Architects’ Department and built by Manley Construction on a site […]
SEAI Deep Retrofit Conference Discusses Plans to Upgrade Ireland’s 1 Million Energy Inefficient Homes Over 200 building professionals, including architects, specifiers, builders, plumbers, engineers and researchers, gathered at SEAI’s second Annual Deep Retrofit Conference in the Aviva in Dublin. The conference brought together building energy efficiency experts from Ireland and Europe to discuss solutions to […]
Glenveagh Properties, a new Irish housebuilder backed by US private equity firm Oaktree Capital, is seeking finance for housing development by raising funds on the Dublin and London stock markets. Glenveigh, which comprises properties accumulated by Oaktree Captial in Ireland as well as the assets of Maynooth builder Bridgedale, has approximately 1,700 shovel-ready units. It states […]
Simon Barry, Chief Economist Ulster Bank, Ireland According to the Ulster Bank PMI February 2017, Rates of growth in total activity and new orders accelerated in the Irish construction sector, while job creation is at a near-record pace. Highlights from the February Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers Index survey (PMI) include The Ulster Bank PMI […]
National Statement of Housing Supply & Demand and Outlook of 2017 – 2018. Key points New Builds Sufficient development land – Construction Growth – Progress in unfinished estate completions Sales Residential sales decline in 2016 – House price increases slower Rental Sector Rents rise across country – New rent highs in Dublin. Affordability problems in particular […]
Help to Buy scheme gets off to a quick start with some 120 first time buyers submitting applications in first 12 hours of it opening, according to the Revenue Commissioners. The Government’s first time buyers Budget 2017 incentive came into legislation in the new year. First time buyers of new homes and first time self […]
Simon Barry, Ulster Bank Irish construction employment see highest jump since February as new work comes on stream Near-term prospects for Irish construction firms continue to be underpinned by ongoing improvement in new business flows Irish construction firms continued to record strong growth of activity during November, supported by a further sharp increase in […]