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AHBRA publishes its second sectoral analysis  for the AHB sector

The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) has today published its second Sectoral Analysis for the AHB sector. This represents the largest and most detailed insight into the AHB Sector. The report provides a comprehensive overview of the AHB sector, including dwelling numbers, sector funding and forecasted growth. Additionally, it provides an understanding of AHB’s

Interim CEO

The Board of the Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) confirmed on 17 April 2024 that Leona McMahon has been appointed Interim CEO of AHBRA, effective from 25 April 2024.  Leona McMahon is the current Head of Legal and Compliance having joined AHBRA in 2022. A competitive process to appoint a permanent AHBRA CEO is

CEO Announcement

The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) has announced that its CEO Susanna Lyons will be stepping down from her role in April 2024. AHBRA Chair, Edward Lewis commented: “Susanna has made a substantial contribution to establishing AHBRA and embedding a strong regulatory framework for the AHB Sector. Over the past three years, the Regulator

AHBRA publishes its first Annual Report

The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) has today (5 October 2023) published its first annual report. The report outlines AHBRA’s activities and achievements during its first 23 months in operation. The annual report outlines the key work of AHBRA and highlights a number of important achievements during this time including: On 1st January 2022

AHBRA signs MoU with Charities Regulator

The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) and the Charities Regulator have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to further enhance public trust and confidence in the Approved Housing Bodies (AHB) and Irish charity sectors. The majority of Approved Housing Bodies deemed registered with AHBRA are also registered charities. The MoU provides a framework for

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