Housing grants and schemes
Homeowners, landlords and local authority tenants can claim a tax credit on the cost of improvements to residential property.
Grants for alterations that need to be made to a home to make it suitable for a person with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability or a mental health difficulty.
Grants are available to improve the homes of older people so that they can stay in their own homes for as long as possible.
A grant to help with the cost of works to address mobility problems in the home.
Local authorities may improve or extend privately owned houses as an alternative to providing local authority housing.
Local authority loans are available to owner-occupiers towards the cost of necessary works to improve, repair or extend their houses.
Schemes and grants for housing and home improvements for older people and people with disabilities.
This scheme provides grants to help to increase the energy efficiency of homes, including grants for home insulation.
This scheme aims to increase the energy efficiency and warmth of homes where people on low incomes are living.
Grants to help low-income households with the cost of replacing domestic water piping that contains lead.
This scheme provides grants to help to upgrade the energy efficiency of your home to a BER rating of B2 or above.
The Solar Electricity Grant offers grants to homeowners to install solar panels.
Under the Ready to Build Scheme, you can buy a site from a local authority at a discounted price to build your own home on.
The Repair and Leasing Scheme brings vacant properties, which need repair, back into use for social housing.
Many houses in Ireland have been affected by defective building materials. Find out about the redress schemes available to repair and rebuild affected homes.
The Vacant Property Refurbishment Grant provides funding so you can refurbish vacant homes in regional towns and villages to live in.