Annual Report 2022

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The Board of Trustees are pleased to publish the Iveagh Trust’s Annual Report for 2022.

The Iveagh Trust is delighted to publish its Annual Report for 2022: the Trust’s 132nd year.

The year was marked by new ventures and celebrating old achievements. The ‘HOME’-themed annual report encapsulates the essence of our communities, as Adamstown residents Seán and Patricia Tyrell share their story of moving into their new home.

The Trust also undertook a Tenant Satisfaction Survey in partnership with Amárach Research. The survey had a huge response rate from our residents. As always, it is good to see the efforts we put in to provide supports and services are so appreciated.

During the year, our chairman Rory Guinness initiated “Iveagh Talks”, a series of lectures and events to celebrate the spirit of community. Authors and community advocates Cormac Russell and Prof. John McKnight delivered a talk on the value of the community. The event was held in St Patrick’s Cathedral in 2022 and was attended by over 300 community activists from around the country.

The Iveagh Trust also celebrated the 60th anniversary of the opening of Mount Anthony Estate Ireland’s first complex specifically designed for older people.

Among other firsts, the Trust arrived in South Dublin County Council, marking its presence in all four Dublin authorities. The Trust acquired 45 units at Hallwell in Adamstown with thanks to our partners in the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Housing Finance Agency, and South Dublin County Council. The estate comprises of 45 homes and was built by Built by Hugh McGreevy and Sons.

We hope, as always, that the Annual Report presents a portrait of the Trust’s wide range of activities as well as providing key information on our governance and finance.