Build

The great majority of dwellings Clúid owns were built and constructed either through traditional procurement (where Clúid is responsible for the design of the building works and then tenders out the construction), or on a design and build basis (where one contractor is responsible for design and construction). Over the last 20 years we have amassed very considerable experience of managing the process of construction. Download our Development Brochure here.

Our standards in design
In 2016 Clúid published its Design Guide which aims to establish a framework that will increase awareness and understanding of excellent design within residential developments. The guide establishes a set of agreed standards to be achieved by those involved in housing provision for Clúid. This will ensure the delivery of quality housing developments and the creation of homes rather than houses. Clúid aims to be widely recognised as an organisation that creates residential environments that are visually attractive, safe, convenient, secure, economical to build, occupy and maintain.

Part V

Clúid has worked in close partnership with some of Ireland’s leading property developers in the fulfilment of their social housing obligations under Part V of the Planning and Development Act 2000.

As a consequence of establishing a large body of expertise in the operation of Part V, Clúid is able to assist developers to ensure that the process, including negotiation of agreements with local authorities, will take place speedily and efficiently. It is likely that as house building takes off again, that Part V will play a central role in the delivery of social housing and Clúid is very keen to play a full part in this. Get in touch with our friendly New Business Team to find out more.

We have worked closely with Clúid for a number of years and have always found them extremely professional in all their dealings with us. They play a very active role in all their developments and create a real community feeling.

Helen Casserly, O’Malley Construction, Galway

Where We Have Built

Carlow

134 Units

Cavan

38 Units

Cork

476 Units

Donegal

130 Units

Dublin

191 Units

Galway

111 Units

Kerry

103 Units

Kilkenny

18 Units

Laois

147 Units

Leitrim

10 Units

Limerick

78 Units

Longford

8 Units

Louth

117 Units

Mayo

39 Units

Meath

40 Units

Monaghan

12 Units

Offaly

47 Units

Roscommon

25 Units

Sligo

91 Units

Tipperary

213 Units

Waterford

99 Units

Wexford

91 Units

View our Case Studies

Macroom – Cork

Completion of unfinished site

Clúid Housing, in partnership with Cork County Council, purchased an apartment complex in Macroom and as a result 29 fa...

tenants

Carrigtwohill – Cork

Build

An example of how well managed social housing can be incorporated very effectively into mixed communities....