This is an example of why we do what we do. Clúid is proud to support people with disabilities in living life to the fullest.
This video is an example of how Clúid enables people, including older people, to create homes and thriving communities. In Clifden, Galway our older residents came together to produce a Tapestries of Life Wall-hanging Project.
This video is the story of a young mother who was homeless and recently moved into our newest housing scheme in Ennis, Co. Clare. It highlights the importance of increasing housing provision.
This is Daniel Meehan’s story, an eye opening video portraying how Clúid can make a difference to someone’s life so they can live independently with the support of a thriving community.
In 2014, Clúid celebrated the tenth anniversary of St. Joseph’s Court, Clifden. Clúid worked in close collaboration with Galway County Council to redevelop the site and produced 43 self-contained apartments. Over the past ten years, this vibrant community…
Gemma and Eibhlin are two dedicated Clúid workers who are helping families through the process of the Mortgage-to-Rent scheme. They see the reality of the stress and misery that people experience.
Knock Riada is a place where residents of all ages are central to, and active in, creating their own thriving community.
Imagine being cold all the time. Imagine being constantly sick and worried about bills. Imagine the stress of moving house again and again, in the vain hope that things might improve.
Men’s Sheds aim to combat loneliness, isolation and depression in men, through involvement in productive and valuable community projects.
This is an inspiring community which experienced a common issue on their estate and made a decision to get active and involved in becoming part of a solution.
Sheila and Mick are an active, healthy couple in their early eighties who live very independently in Clúid’s sheltered housing scheme in Holy Cross Gardens, Killarney.
Clúid Housing, in partnership with Meath County Council and Bridgedale Homes, has purchased 23 new houses in Tubberclaire Meadows in Navan.
This video provides an update (as at November 2016) on the construction of Broome Lodge in Cabra, Dublin. It outlines the process involved to date and highlights the professionalism and quality standards applied by our team and our partners.
Clúid, in partnership with NAMA and Galway City Council completed what was once an unfinished apartment block; producing 15 brand new high quality, affordable rented apartments.
Clúid Housing partnered with Meath County Council and a developer at Seabury Lawns to acquire 25 housing units, a mix of 2 and 3 bedroom properties.
Clúid Housing, in partnership with Cork County Council, purchased an apartment complex in Macroom and as a result 29 families moved off the social housing waiting list and into their new home.
In September 2014, Clúid completed the first ever social housing refurbishment project using private finance.
An example of how well managed social housing can be incorporated very effectively into mixed communities.
This 11 month pilot scheme represents a unique opportunity for a housing association to partner with Limerick City Council for housing management services.
St. Patrick’s Estate in Ballina was once a very shabby, depressed and derelict place, with 60% of the houses boarded up.
A successful story of partnership with a local authority featured on the RTE 6.1 news and Morning Ireland.
A scheme in Galway City, An Leargán, provides a good example of partnership.
St. Michael’s Road in Longford town was once a place where older residents were living in deplorable conditions in tiny, damp 120-year-old houses.
In 2011 Clúid received approval to purchase 58 high quality apartments in a well-serviced location in the Beacon South Quarter scheme in Sandyford.
In South Dublin, Clúid purchased 40 brand new spacious and bright apartments (1-3 bed) from the Developer, Castlethorn Construction Ltd. As a result 40 households came off the social housing waiting list.
Clúid has worked in partnership with the receiver BDO and Dublin City Council to turn around a derelict and extremely problematic unfinished housing development.