Housing

Quantity Surveyors

Information on the Quantity Surveyors Division

Housing Online

Our Housing Online section enables you to check online your position on the Social Housing Waiting List.

Traveller Specific Social Work Clinics

Traveller Specific Accommodation Area

Local Area Social Work Clinic

Day

Time

Ballyfermot / Clondalkin (Travelling Community)

Dublin South & Dublin South West

Ballyfermot Area Office

Ballyfermot Civic Centre

Dublin 10

T: 01 222 4600

Thursday

10.00 to 12.00 Noon

Social Work Clinics

Clinics may be cancelled some weeks. Please T: 01 222 2233 to confirm.

 

Housing Area

 

 

Local Area Social Work Clinic

 

 

Day

 

 

Time

 

Ballymun (1)

Civic Office side of the road

e.g. Coultry

 

 

2nd Floor, Ballymun Civic Centre

Sell your property to us

Dublin City Council purchase new and second hand properties throughout the city. 

If you are interested in selling your property to us, please contact us using the details below, and we will look into buying your house or apartment.

Contact Us

Tel: 01 222 6636 / 01 222 2329 / 01 222 5281

Email: housingdevelopment@dublincity.ie

Group Housing

North Central Area:

  • Cara Park, Belcamp Lane, Coolock, Dublin 17
  • Grove Park, Malahide Road, Dublin 17
  • Northern Close, Belcamp Lane, Coolock, Dublin 17

North West Area:

  • Avila Park, Cappagh Road, Finglas, Dublin 11
  • St Mary’s Park, Dunsink Lane, Finglas, Dublin 11

South Central Area

  • Labre Park, Kylemore Road, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10
  • Kylemore Grove, Kylemore Road, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10
  • Bridgeview, Cloverhill Road, Clondalkin, Dublin

Halting Sites

North Central Area:

  • Tara Lawns, Belcamp Lane, Coolock, Dublin 17

North West Area:

  • St Margaret’s Park, St Margaret’s Road, Ballymun, Dublin 11
  • St Joseph’s Park, Dunsink Lane, Finglas, Dublin 11

South Central Area

  • St Oliver’s Park, Cloverhill Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22

Buying Domestic Ground Rent (Freehold)

Am I a Leasehold owner or a Freehold owner?

If you purchased your home from Dublin City Council during or after May 1978, then your home is a Freehold property. This means that you own the land on which your home stands.

If you purchased your home from Dublin City Council before May 1978, then your home is a Leasehold property. This means that you do not own the ground on which your home stands. The time frame of a Leasehold property can either be 99 years or 150 years.

Housing Supply

Dublin City Council is continually involved in building new houses and apartments, refurbishing existing properties and purchasing private properties on the open market. All of these properties are used for social housing and, when ready, are allocated to persons from our housing waiting lists.

Currently we are adding properties to our housing stock through the following schemes:

New Build

We are building or planning to build on sites around the city that we own.

Scheme locations are:

Community Grants

Dublin City Council Community Development Officers work directly with communities in supporting community development. These Community Development Officers liaise with community members from all backgrounds helping to build strong social networks which are essential for viable, inclusive, sustainable communities. They work to give everyone in the community the opportunity to participate in the life of the city and have their voices heard.

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