Tuath’s Annual Report 2022: A Record-Breaking Year


5th July, 2023

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2022 was the most successful year to date for Tuath; some major highlights from the year include:

  • 1,983 New homes delivered nationwide
  • 4,520 Tenants housed
  • 59 New hires with a total of 181 staff
  • €422 million spend on new homes
  • 256 Cost rental homes delivered
  • 342 Community and tenant engagement events
  • €102 million annual income
  • 87% Tenant Satisfaction
  • 10,141 Total number of homes nationwide
  • 26,000 Total number of tenants
  • Release of new Tenant Engagement Strategy

Today, at Tuath Housing’s Dublin Office on James Place East, the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, officially launched Tuath’s Annual Report 2022. The event brought together esteemed professionals from various government bodies, statutory organisations, local authorities, and the public and private sectors.

2022 was a groundbreaking year for Tuath, surpassing all previous records by delivering an impressive 1,983 homes, catering for the housing needs of over 4,000 people. Moreover, the association achieved an exceptional annual turnover of €102 million, spending €422 million on the delivery of new homes nationwide.

Furthermore, Tuath significantly strengthened its workforce by welcoming 59 new staff members. With a dedicated team now exceeding 180 employees stationed across five offices throughout the country, Tuath is well positioned to continue delivering high quality homes, at scale, while delivering exceptional services to tenants.

Speaking at the launch, Minister for Housing, Local Government & Heritage Darragh O Brien said, “I want to congratulate Tuath on what has been another outstanding year. One of the many highlights of my job, is getting to visit new developments and see people get the keys for their forever home. Tuath made that a reality for more than 4,000 individuals and families in 2022. Through Housing for All, Approved Housing Bodies (AHBs) such as Tuath will play an increasing role in the provision of social and affordable housing and I look forward to continuing to work with them,” he concluded.

Reflecting on the launch event, Prof. Paddy Gray, Chair of Tuath Housing, expressed enthusiasm, saying, “Tuath is an organisation driven by its people, and our unwavering dedication to delivering exceptional customer service remains at the forefront of our mission. This Annual Report showcases the remarkable achievements, hard work, and investments made in 2022, ensuring the continuous provision of social and affordable housing in the years to come. We are thrilled to present our Annual Report 2022, highlighting the progress and success we have achieved throughout the year. Despite the challenges posed by inflation and the increasing cost of living, our commitment to providing top-quality housing to those in need remains steadfast. This report is a testament to the dedication and efforts of the entire Tuath team, supported by our experienced and devoted voluntary board.”

L-R: Tuath Chair Prof. Paddy Gray, Tuath cost rental tenant Dominika Werecka and Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage Darragh O’Brien


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