Housing waiting lists to rise warns Irish Council for Social Housing

Housing waiting lists will rise in the coming years and will exceed 100,000 households, accoring to the Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH).

2nd April, 2012

Housing waiting lists will rise in the coming years and will exceed 100,000 households, according to the Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH).

The national federation of social housing agencies issued its warning at its Dublin regional meeting, where over 30 housing associations were represented.

The ICSH’s executive director, Donal McManus, said that social housing output was now “at the lowest levels in a generation, which will directly affect people with disabilities, the elderly, homeless persons and...

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