Please find below a number of guides in relation to housing options.
Calling all Home Builders and Housing Developers - Limerick City and County Council are seeking residential developments for affordable housing.
Applicants for social housing support must complete (in full) the Social Housing Application Form.
Limerick City and County Council has introduced a Choice Based Letting Scheme on a pilot basis for certain council properties in the Newcastle West District.
The Community Sustainment Unit formerly known as the Estate Management Unit was reorganised and strengthened in late 2019.
On 5th May 2015, Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Alan Kelly, announced a Social Housing Strategy consisting of 100 separate housing projects across the Country.
The new Rent Scheme contains a single method of calculation for the entire city and county, where previously there were two methods which did not compare like-for-like.
Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) is a new social housing support. HAP will replace Rent Supplement for those with a long term housing need.
Limerick City and County Council Allocation Scheme 2021, in accordance with Section 22 of the Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2009, the Social Housing Allocation Regulations 2011 and the Social Housing Allocation Amendment Regulations 2016.
The Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund (LIHAF) is a key element of Housing for All to unlock sites to deliver 20,000 housing units by 2021.
Limerick City and County Council has drawn up a Business Continuity Plan to ensure that services continue to be provided to the citizens of Limerick as we all deal with the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic and the unknown environment that we are living and working in.
The Mortgage Allowance Scheme is a social housing option which facilitates tenants and tenant purchasers of local authority dwellings, who wish to return their dwellings to the authority and purchase or build a private dwelling for their own occupation by reducing their mortgage repayments over t
The mortgage to rent scheme is a government initiative to help homeowners who are at risk of losing their homes and who have been involved in the Mortgage Arrears Resolution Process (MARP) with their lenders.
Limerick City and County Council has developed a policy where persons over the age of 55 who own their own home, and who find their dwellings too large for their needs, may request the Council to purchase their home in return for a lifelong tenancy in a managed Older Persons Scheme.
The Rental Accommodation Scheme (RAS) is a social housing support introduced to cater for the accommodation needs of persons who are in receipt of long term rent supplement.
The Local Authority and Approved Housing bodies are interested in purchasing and leasing vacant properties and sites in Limerick city and county with a view to achieving social housing targets set out under Housing for All.
Information about Succession and Transfer Tenancies.
From 1st January 2016 existing tenants of Limerick City and County Council have an opportunity to purchase their homes through an Incremental Purchase Scheme introduced under Part 3 of Housing (Miscellaneous Provi
Voluntary Housing bodies play an important role in providing rental housing throughout the country for people who could not otherwise provide suitable accommodation from their own resources.