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Local and Affiliate Co-operatives
Co-operative Housing Ireland is a co-operative of co-operatives. We are currently working with 14 co-operatives across the four provinces of Ireland. Goodwill Housing is an affiliate co-operative as its members are not housed in homes provided by CHI.
The Members of 13 local co-operatives live in houses that are owned or managed by CHI. The local co-operative does not receive any income from these properties and is not directly responsible for the management and maintenance of Member homes.
The Role of Local Co-operatives
Local co-operatives play a role in a wide range of issues, such as highlighting collective concerns, organising community events, and the governance and oversight of CHI.
Raising collective housing issues arising in the co-operative or your community with CHI. It is not the role of a local co-operative to raise individual issues.
Running community or co-operative activities for co-operative Members.
Creating opportunities for Members to take part in community activities or events related to co-operative leadership development.
Governance and oversight through nominating delegates to CHI general meetings and nominating delegates to stand for election to the CHI Board.
Co-operative Housing Ireland (CHI) is an Approved Housing Body providing over 4,000 high quality homes to low-income households. As a representative body, CHI champions co-operative principles in delivering homes and supporting communities. Co-operative Housing Ireland has been a leader in providing truly affordable homes across Ireland since 1973.