Social Housing & Approved Housing Bodies
About our AHB Partners
Clúid Housing: Clúid Housing is an award winning, not-for-profit charity providing over 6500 affordable, high quality homes to people in housing need. Established in 1994, Clúid has grown to become the largest AHB in Ireland.
Clúid aims to maximise business success as a housing association. The organisations operate as efficiently and effectively as possible and aims to ensure that its financial stewardship is of the highest standard. Surpluses are reinvested back into the organisation to further its social mission. This social mission is at Clúid’s core.
Co-operative Housing Ireland: Co-operative Housing Ireland is Ireland’s national federation for the cooperative housing sector. Since its foundation in 1973 co-operative housing has supported the provision of approximately 5,000 homes across a mix of tenures, taken responsibility for the ongoing management of 2,000 homes available at affordable rents, promoted the development of locally affiliated co-operative societies across Ireland and provided wider community development opportunities such as Childcare Services.
Túath Housing: Túath Housing provides accommodation for single people, families and those with special needs. Since its establishment in 2000, Túath has grown to become one of Ireland’s largest approved housing bodies. The organisation currently provides and manages over 4,400 homes with offices in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Dundalk.
Túath’s motivation is not financially driven. It aims to provide long-term, safe and quality housing, at the best possible value whilst locally building mixed, sustainable communities. Túáth’s staff are essential to achieving this aim.
Check out the pages below to find out more about beginning your career in an AHB as a Housing Management Trainee or a Property Surveying Trainee on the For Purpose programme!