The Housing Agency Report 2017

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 […]


CIF welcomes Housing Agency report

CIF Director for Housing Hubert Fitzpatrick says the publication of the Housing Agency’s National Statement of Housing Supply and Demand 2014 and Outlook for 2015 –17 is a timely contribution to the on-going housing debate. “The report clearly outlines the mismatch between new housing supply and housing demand, and confirms that the average new housing […]


Dublin missing housing targets by 50%

According to new figures released by the Housing Agency just over 50% of the housing unites required for Dublin city county were built last year.  The agency recently published its first National Statement of Housing Supply and Demand which found that 11,000 new homes were provided nationally last year, just 73 per cent of the […]


Housing Agency calls for 21,000 new homes per year

The Housing Agency has stated in its first annual report that Ireland requires 21,000 new homes every year for the next three years. According to Conor Skehan, Chairman of the agency, “a consistent challenge arising from the analysis gathered in this report is that there is a persistent mismatch between the supply and demand for housing, […]