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CHA is a small independent association with a passion for sustainability. Our small size means we are able to be more agile, exploring innovative ideas and trying new things. We are always open to partnership working and collaboration on projects. We welcome opportunities to have our achievements recognised and to celebrate the successes that we all work so hard for.


In December 2023, Frank O'Connor (middle), Anois, presented this award under the Community & Voluntary Category to Carbery Housing Association at Nano Nagle Place, Cork city. Present to collect the award on behalf of CHA were board members Liz Coakley Wakefield, Liam Loftus, Cllr. Dan Boyle and Operations Manager, Ana Ospina. Presenters included Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr Kieran McCarthy & Cork County Council Deputy Mayor, Cllr. John Healy.




In November 2023, CHA was honoured to be recognised with third prize in the #OurEUStory awards from The Wheel for the RED WoLF Project. Jose Ospina, Chair, travelled to attend the ceremony. The award was presented by the Minister for International Development and Diaspora with Department of Foreign Affairs, Seán Fleming TD, who also delivered the keynote address, at the RDS Concert Hall in Dublin.

In October 2023, CHA was delighted to be awarded at this biennial ceremony by the Irish Council for Social Housing under the category of Leading the Energy Transition at their annual conference at the Clayton Whites Hotel in Wexford. Jose Ospina, Chair, board member Dan Boyle and Operations Manager Ana Ospina travelled to attend the conference. In the months leading up to the awards, ICSH staff carried out site visits in-person to complete initial assessments and enable the shortlisting of entries in June & July 2023. All shortlisted entries were then invited to meet with the judging panel in August 2023 to provide a short presentation of their nominated entry.

ICSH Allianz Community Housing Awards

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