Housing Together was established in June 2018 by a group of like-minded professionals to bring together private investors and Local Authorities to help solve the housing crisis through a number of social housing initiatives. Since being established we have provided over 400 homes for Social Housing.
Social Housing Crisis in Ireland
Social Housing in Ireland is in crisis and here is a snapshot of the numbers:
Number of qualified households currently on Social Housing List: 59,247
Number of people homeless: 10,049
Booming population growth: 34,000
- Ireland has the highest birth rate in the EU
Ireland has the lowest death rate in the EU
Ireland has the youngest population in the EU
All-time high rates of immigration with 65,200
Social Impact Investing
Changing People’s Lives for the Better
Social Impact Investing brings together governments, service providers, investors and communities to tackle a range of social and environmental issues.
Help us change the face of Social Housing in Ireland
A growing area of Social Impact Investing is the funding of social and affordable housing.
Often, investment in social housing is associated with properties which are located in designated social housing areas. Housing Together’s policy is different and identifies properties in residential developments, delivering a mix of social housing amongst privately-owned housing.
A key objective of the Irish Governments Housing Policy is to achieve sustainable communities by having a good balance of mixed-income and mixed-tenure households in warmer and more energy efficient homes.
The mixing of people from different socio-economic backgrounds creates more diverse, socially cohesive, and interesting communities and helps to improve social mobility.
The alternative system of uniform estates can lead to segregation and marginalisation of the most vulnerable in Society.
Please call or mail us today if you would like to be part of the Solution to this Crisis
Unit K9, Drinan Enterprise Centre,
Swords Enterprise Park, Feltrim Road,
Fingal, Co. Dublin
Telehone: 00 353 1 685 6090