The government’s draft Affordable Housing Bill sets out rules for this type of affordable housing, and it leaves room for private investors and developers.
Tag: social-housing leasing
Is Build-to-Rent Crowding Out Other Kinds of Homes in Dublin?
More than half of the homes granted planning permission in Dublin between 2018 to 2020 were built to be rented, show council and CSO figures.
Developer Lobbies for Government to Back Leasing for Affordable Housing
Tetrarch Capital wants the government to “mandate and fund” approved housing bodies to lease homes for affordable rentals from the private sector. But not everybody thinks it’s a good idea.
Questions Around Social Housing Provision in Planned “Connolly Quarter”
Rather than creating 75 permanent social homes, there’s a chance developers will instead lease them to the council for 15 years, according to planning documents.
Council Signs Agreement to Lease Social Housing from Bartra
This new deal is under a long-term leasing scheme brought in by the central government last year – and some question its value for the state.
Council Briefs: Leasing not Buying Social Housing, the Future of Tailors’ Hall, and More
What social housing will Dublin City Council get from big build-to-rent schemes that happen in the city? And other council matters from this month’s full meeting.