Housing Ireland is the biannual CIH journal for Irish housing professionals - it aims to support people in their work and to inform and influence housing policy. Now, more than ever, the housing sector needs to engage with policy makers, as professionals grapple with big challenges including how they can deliver on the government's housing plans.
Winter 2017 (issue 11) is now available to view online or download. In this edition:
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Thanks to its print distribution to over 400 housing industry readers and counting, Housing Ireland gives advertisers the opportunity to place your organisation under the spotlight before a readership in decision making authority and influencing positions, which includes over 130 directors and chief executives. Read about the advertising and sponsorship opportunities.
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If you would like to contribute an article towards a future edition, be added to the distribution list or offer feedback regarding the journal, please contact the editor. Please note if you would like to receive a print copy you will need to provide an address in Ireland.
About Housing Ireland
Justin Cartwright, Chartered Institute of Housing
|Simon Brooke, Clúid Housing||Lisa Clifford, Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government||Caren Gallagher, Irish Council for Social Housing|
|Niamh Randall, Simon Communities of Ireland||David Silke, Housing Agency||Dr Lorcan Sirr, Dublin Institute of Technology|
The collapse of the housing market led to new approaches within the housing sector and characterises the new approach to public policy in Ireland. This energy within the housing sector led to CIH developing Housing Ireland.
The first edition of the journal was unveiled at the National Library of Ireland in April 2012 where minister Jan O’Sullivan said: "If ever there was a need for open debate, clear communication and the dissemination of ideas in the housing forum, then this is an opportune moment for such a launch.
"We are moving to a new and rapidly evolving housing environment in this country. This requires vision, imagination and bold actions. I think this vision will be informed in no small part by the activities of the Chartered Institute of Housing and the magazine, which we have pleasure in launching here today."