Housing for All

Housing for All - a New Housing Plan for Ireland is the government’s housing policy to 2030. It is a multi-annual, multi-billion euro plan which will improve Ireland’s housing system and deliver more homes of all types for people with different housing needs. Quarterly Progress Reports are published, setting out performance against the targets and actions set out in the Plan in a clear and comprehensible way.

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Over 1,500 new social homes to be delivered in Dublin, Kildare, Louth and Wicklow

On 22 June, Minister Darragh O’Brien, TD, welcomed the launch of a new phase of Local Authority social housing delivery that will see approximately 1,530 new homes delivered across a number of local authorities. The launch builds on a successful Public Private Partnership social housing pilot programme which was introduced in recent years, and which has, or is in the process of delivering, in the region of 1,500 social homes.

Housing for All Plan and Progress