The standards for AHBs were developed following engagement with the sector and a wide range of key stakeholders. The Standards for AHBs do not stand alone, they form an integral part of the overall regulatory approach and the application of risk-based regulation. Section 37(8) of the Housing (Regulation of Approved Housing Bodies) Act 2019 requires
On 7th February 2022, AHBRA issued a Request for Information to all AHBs who have been ‘deemed to be registered’. This important step is the start of AHBRA introducing the new statutory Registration Framework. The information will provide AHBRA with an understanding of all deemed organisations and will enable us to provide AHBs with the
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, signed the commencement order with effect from 1st January 2022, providing the Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) with further powers and functions. From 1 January 2022, AHBRA will have responsibility for establishing and maintaining the register of AHBs and for registering organisations as AHBs.
Minster Darragh O’Brien launches the Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority’s first Strategic Statement 2021-2024. Pictured L – R Susanna Lyons CEO, Minister Darragh O’Brien TD, and Eddie Lewis, Chair AHBRA will create a new Regulatory Environment for all AHBs The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) are delighted to publish our first three year strategy
The Approved Housing Bodies Regulatory Authority (AHBRA) today published the draft standards for ‘representations’ in line with the Housing (Regulation of Approved Housing Bodies) Act 2019. The draft ‘Standards for AHBs’ have been published on our website and will remain until 29th October 2021, allowing for representations to be made in accordance with the Act.