Read more: Residential Property Price Index April 2022
The CSO have just published their Residential Property Price Index for April 2022 which is available HERE.
Read more: Low income renters and housing supports
The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) have published a report: “Low income renters and housing supports”. It is available to download HERE.
Read more: The Irish Private Rental Market
The Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers and the Irish Property Owners’ Association released a report: “The Irish Private Rental Market”. The report is available HERE
Read more: Irish Rental Report Q1 2022
Daft.ie have released their 2022 Quarter 1 Rental Report. The report is available HERE
Read more: Understanding Ireland’s housing challenge in the light of Housing for All
Michael Byrne (School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, UCD) The aim of this paper is to assess the challenges facing the Irish housing system in the light of the publication of the Government’s Housing for All strategy. One of the most remarkable features of this new strategy is its emphasis on homeownership,…
Read more: Trends in Social Housing Supports: Housing Assistance Payment (HAP)
The Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) is a type of rental support provided by local authorities. Under this scheme, local authorities make a monthly payment to landlords, while HAP tenants pay weekly contributions towards the rent to the Local Authority based on the household income
Read more: Institutional investment in the private rental sector in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic: a review of international ‘grey literature’ and reflections on the Irish context
Michael Byrne, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, UCD Introduction The impact of Covid-19 on tenants in the private rental sector has been widely discussed in media and policy debates (see Byrne, 2021), but there has been very little discussion of its impact on investment in the PRS. This is an important…
Read more: The Impact of the Pandemic on Services Oriented Towards Single Homeless Persons
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the urgency of providing adequate and appropriate accommodation for the most vulnerable groups within the context of strategies being implemented to curb the spread of the virus.
Read more: Build Forward Public: The Case For A Post Pandemic Housing Imaginary
Professor Mary Murphy Department of Sociology, Maynooth University Expectations of paradigmatic change often overestimate the degree to which crises will result in change. The reality seems more consistent with Klein’s (2008 ‘Shock Doctrine’ which associates crisis with a reinforcement of neoliberalism. Our experiences of the 2008 crisis and subsequent austerity means we should not be…