About Tuath Housing
The Association has rapidly grown since letting its first homes in late 2006 and now has over 9,000 properties nationwide providing homes to over 24,000 tenants. Tuath is governed by a Board of Directors with a broad range of business skills and commitment to social outcomes required to run a growing AHB.
We employ more than 160 staff across four regional offices who are overseen by an experienced management team with skills in tenancy management, project management, financial management, human resources, legal and communications.
We are an award-winning housing provider and are members of the Irish Council for Social Housing, the Housing Alliance, and the Chartered Institute of Housing.
We strongly believe in the importance and value of working in partnership with our many stakeholders to deliver more homes to more people, creating communities across the country.
To provide good quality, secure homes that people can afford.
Investing in people and places by providing more homes and choice.
Social & Environmental Responsibility
Sustainability & Resilience
Working for people and places, not profit
- Legal Status
- Tuath’s meaning
Tuath Housing Association is a not-for-profit company, limited by guarantee, and an approved voluntary housing association. Tuath Housing is governed by its Constitution, and is run by a Board of Directors, comprised of volunteers from professional backgrounds in design and construction, property, risk, law and finance etc. Board members donate their services and time for free. Tuath Housing was initially established in the Republic in 2000 and is a member of the Irish Council for Social Housing and the Housing Alliance. Tuath has charitable status, is regulated by the Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority and does not solicit or receive charitable donations from the public or businesses.
In Old Irish culture the basic unit of identity was the local region, or Tuath. It is a word of adaptable meaning that has been translated variously throughout the history of the language as people, tribe, or clan, as well as place or territory and perhaps most aptly, community. Tuath’s name, in all its various interpretations, reflects the organisations core values and evolving status as an organisation that adapts to the needs of those who require safe, secure and affordable accommodation
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Recent news and media coverage from Tuath Housing
27th March 2023
Mayoral Reception for An Garrán Residents’ Association
On Friday 24th March, Resident's of An Garrán Residents' Association were hosted by Mayor of Waterford City and County Council,...Read MOre
16th March 2023
Tuath Tenancy Engagement Research Report- One Year Anniversary
This month marks the one year anniversary since Tuath launched their sector leading research on Embedding a Culture of Tenant...Read MOre
17th February 2023
New Homes in Cork for People of Charleville
Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr. Danny Collins today turned the sod on a new housing development in Charleville...Read MOre