|1985||Innisfree registered as a charitable housing association.|
|1986/7||Management of short-life properties for Brent and larger housing associations.|
|1987/8||Management of a shared supported house in Kilburn.|
|1988/9||Registration with the Housing Corporation.|
|1990/1||First permanent housing at Innisfree House, Kilburn – opened by Sir George Young.|
|1991/2||Clochar Court, sheltered scheme for Irish elders, opened.|
|1995/6||£3m raised through stock issue with the Housing Finance Corporation. |
Transfer of 60 properties into ownership and 51 new homes built.
|1998/9||Irish recognised as ‘BME’ by the Housing Corporation.|
Home Office announce Irish category in 2001 census.
|1999/00||Brent Protocol developed by BME associations in Brent, a project initiated by Innisfree and ARHAG.|
300 homes in ownership.
|2005/06||432 properties in ownership/ management pending acquisition.|
|2006/07||462 properties in ownership/ management pending acquisition.|
|2007/08||485 properties in ownership/ management pending acquisition.|
|2008/09||Three new schemes open in Camden.|
|2009/10||Family Mosaic transfer of 48 homes in Camden to Innisfree.|
538 properties in ownership/ management pending acquisition.
|2010||Awarded technology funding from Lottery Grant – New Connections Project.|
|2013||New Innisfree brand and website introduced.|
21st Anniversary of Clochar Court.
|2014||Launch of Reminiscence project at AGM at the London Irish Centre|
Became London Living Wage employer.
Allotment project with Brent.
Cuimhune Cup sports competition trip.
|2015||Achieved Investors in People award.|
Helped launch Community Action on Dementia Brent.
Hosted a delegation of Australian HO CEOs.
Finalist for EROSH Innovation and Good Practice award for allotment project.
Awarded RHS London in Bloom ‘Its your Neighbourhood Award’.
|2016||Healthy Eating Project – Healthy Eating for Healthy Memories cookbook produced with Irish in Britain, launched in June at Museum of Brent.|
Reminiscence film project.
|2017||Men’s Shed opened at Chlochar Court with Irish Ambassador and Leader of Brent Council.|
Collaboration with Mind Yourself to deliver wellbeing services to tenants.
Provided a home for Syrian refugees under the Community Sponsorship Programme.
Partnering with London Irish Centre Charity to host Outreach Advice Team.
Provided support to the London Irish LGBT Network.
Helped organise conference, Migrant Access to Housing, in partnership with ARHAG. Launch of Migrants Charter.
Worked in partnership with Refugee Council and Causeway Irish HA regarding our shared houses.
Collaboration with London BME Housing Associations.
Hosted visits with Connswater Homes, Belfast and Iveagh Trust, Dublin.
|2018||Partnered with London Irish Centre Charity to launch ‘Moving to London’ guide.|
London Irish LGBT conference for Irish in Britain – ‘LGBT equality and Ireland – Past and Present’.
Supported ICAP with their ‘Meitheal’ project.
|2020||25 properties acquired at Waterfront Heights from Clarion.|
Purchase of 2 new homes in Camden.