"Before we moved into our Co-operative Housing Ireland home, we had changed addresses three times in six months."
I have changed address so much over the last few years, especially in the last two, because all the houses I previously lived in ended up being sold by the landlord. Before we moved into our Co-operative Housing Ireland home in March, we had changed addresses three times in six months.
CHI recently partnered with Soar, to run ‘It Takes A Village’ which will see several mental health workshops for CHI young people and parents take place over the coming months.
Niamh recently moved into St. Canice's Hall Finglas with her two daughters.
As part of phase one of the ‘Improving Warmth and Wellbeing Project’, 52 homes in South Earl Street and Sean MacDermott Street recently underwent retrofitting works. The works involved the installation of new windows, doors, air-to-water heat pumps, increased levels of insulation and the installation of new roofs in order to increase comfort levels for Members.
The deep energy retrofit of 46 CHI homes in Westcourt, Dublin 8, began this time last year and included attic insulation, the installation of new windows and doors, and fitting new air-to-water heat pumps. We spoke to Phyllis and Bridget about the differences the energy upgrades had made to their lives.
Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan was presented with a painting by CHI Member and artist Jennifer Loughran to celebrate the end of phase one of Co- operative Housing Ireland’s ‘Improving Warmth and Wellbeing’ programme.
CHI Member Glenn discusses life in his new home in St. Canice’s
Co-operative Housing Ireland launched Baunacloka Heights, an estate of 71 homes at Mungret Gate, Mungret, Co. Limerick yesterday 28th March 2022. Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Daniel Butler and Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage Darragh O’Brien, TD officially opened the development.
CHI launched St Canice’s Hall, Finglas, Dublin 11, a development of 32 homes yesterday, 2nd March 2022. Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, TD and Lord Mayor of Dublin, Alison Gilliland, officially opened the development.