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This website provides information on the role of the ICSH in developing housing policy, the services we offer to our members, an overview of social housing provision in Ireland and information on latest news and events.

About the Irish Council for Social Housing

The Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) was established in 1982 and is the national social housing federation of nonprofit voluntary and other national housing associations. The ICSH represents 270 member organisations that manage almost 45,000 homes and house almost 100,000 people including families on a low income, older people, people with disabilities and households experiencing homelessness. ICSH members operate in every local authority area in the country and in over 500 communities across Ireland.


Webinar: Retrofitting the AHB sector

21/04/2022 @ 14:3015:30

The sector has a challenge ahead of it with retrofitting high volumes of stock. This webinar is an opportunity for …

ICSH Introductory Webinars

Throughout June, the ICSH held a series of introductory webinars on various housing issues. The aim of these was to …

Members-only content

Code of Practice for Allocations

The CCMA has recently published its finalised a Code of Practice for the AHB Allocations Process. Delays and difficulties in …