Túath Housing Shortlisted for 3 CIH Awards

Every year the shortlisted nominations for the annual Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Awards are revealed in January and this year Túath are thrilled to announce that we have been nominated for three of the prestigious all Ireland housing awards. These categories include: More thank Bricks and Mortar, Sustainable Development and Working Together.

Sustainable Development nomination: Honeypark is a mixed tenure development located in Dún Laoghaire. Túath have already purchased 61 apartments and manage 19 additional units on a 30 year lease within the development. Túath are now working with NAMA to lease 124 additional units on the Cualanor section of the site through the NARPS vehicle. Cosgraves, the developers were named Winner of the Building Award at the sustainable energy awards, Community Benefit Project of the year, and overall winner of Irelands most prestigious SEAI Environment Award for sustainability.

Working Together nomination: The development at Tallaght Cross highlights the work of many key stakeholders including Túath, Dublin Regional Homeless Executive, South Dublin County Council, NAMA, and Focus Ireland who worked tirelessly together in order to deliver sixty five much needed transitional homes in Tallaght, Dublin. The homes are exclusively let to families coming from hotels and B&B’s from the Dublin region. The high specification apartments are located on Tallaght Square, and came fully furnished in turnkey condition.

Túath representatives will be in attendance at the CIH Annual Awards which are due to be held at Titanic Belfast on the 24th February 2017. We very much look forward to hearing about all the shortlisted projects and initiatives for this years awards.

January 31st, 2017