Welcome to Innisfree
A little bit of Ireland…
We are a housing association, providing high quality affordable homes, proud of our Irish roots and our experience in working with migrant communities.
Established in 1985 to meet the housing and support needs of the Irish communities in London we now own and manage over 550 homes predominately in the London Boroughs of Brent, Camden and Haringey.
Come and join Innisfree and celebrate in our 30th year
We are inviting all of our residents to come and join us for a day of family fun on Sunday 6 September, organised by the London Irish Vintage Club.
This is a great gathering of community organisations, with food, music, dancing and activities available on the day.
The Family Day down in Greenford at Tir Chonaill Gaels GFC playing ﬁelds starts at 12 noon, when the Vintage Rally is expected to arrive.
Come and say hello to Innisfree staﬀ on our stall, and we’ll have some goodies to share with you.
No need to book ahead – just come along on the day.
Venue: Tir Chonaill Gaels GFC, Berkeley Avenue, Greenford, UB6 0NZ
Complaints, Compliments and Suggestions
We welcome all feedback from our customers and value any suggestions you may have about our services. Click on this link Innisfree – Complaints, Compliments and Suggestions to find out how you can contact us and how we will deal with your feedback.
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Read our Summer newsletter here
An Núacht – Our Tenant Newsletter (Summer 2015)
Innisfree Housing Association in partnership with Irish in Britain and Age Concern created a reminiscence project with older members of the Irish community in Harlesden, North London. The film ‘Carnaby Street, The Kings Road And The Dancehalls: London Was Your First Stop’ celebrates the lives and experiences of a group of immigrants who moved to North London from Ireland from the 1950s to the 1980s.
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