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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New €50 million Croí Cónaithe (Towns) Fund Scheme launched

On 14 July, the Government launched a new €50 million Croí Cónaithe (Towns) Fund which will support bringing vacant and under-used buildings in our towns and villages back into residential use.

The fund will benefit those who wish to turn a formerly vacant house or building into their permanent home and become part of the community in the area, furthering the aim to create town centres that function as viable, vibrant and attractive locations for people to live, work and visit, while also functioning as the service, social, cultural and recreational hub for the local community.

The fund will be delivered through local authorities who will provide a grant to support the refurbishment of vacant properties, with priority given to applications in areas where the level of vacancy or dereliction is high. A grant of up to €30,000 will be available for the refurbishment, including the conversion of a property which has not been used as a home before now.

Housing for All Plan and Progress