Pictured above l-r are Sean O’Neill, IHBA Chairman; Ronan Lyons, Associate Professor of Economics, Trinity College; Frank Kelly, CIF President and Conor O’Connell, IHBA Director
The Irish Home Builders Association (IHBA) hosted its Annual Housing Lunch this year for members on September 21
in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin.
Following lunch, Ronan Lyons, Associate Professor in Economics in Trinity College gave an informative presentation on the economics surrounding housing supply in the Dublin market, highlighting the fact that the latest information available suggests that Ireland likely needs to build 42,000 – 62,000 new homes per year.
There was a great turnout of over 225 members and industry stakeholders, with plenty of positive engagement and feedback.
“We thank all those who supported the event and look forward to seeing you all next year,” the IHBA said.
About the IHBA
The business environment and associated regulatory requirements for house building today has altered dramatically to that pertaining some five years ago.
The IHBA provides house builders and developers with the information and knowledge required to operate successfully in today’s complex, fast-changing and increasingly challenging regulatory and business environment.
With the ever-changing landscape of the Irish construction industry in mind the CIF, through the IHBA, provides a broad range of services designed to support companies engaged in the development and housing sectors, to all members that interface with the statutory planning system and building control systems.
For more details contact CIF Director of Housing, Planning & Development Conor O’Connell on 021 435 1410 or [email protected]