The Pyrite Resolution Act 2013 (No. 51 of 2013) provided for the establishment of the Pyrite Resolution Board and for the making of a pyrite remediation scheme by the Board for certain dwellings affected by pyrite.

The Pyrite Resolution Board, which was first established on an administrative basis in early 2013, was placed on a statutory footing on 10 January 2014 when the Pyrite Resolution Act 2013 came into effect.

The Board is responsible for oversight, general direction and budgeting of the pyrite remediation scheme, under which the remediation programme is implemented by the Housing Agency.

The Minister invites expressions of interest for membership of the Pyrite Resolution Board from candidates who are qualified building professionals with extensive experience at a senior level in one or more of the following areas: –

  • structural / civil engineering;
  • building remediation (with experience in pyrite remediation being a particular advantage);
  • project management.

Submitting your expression of interest

Information booklet is available from State Boards
This booklet gives details on:

  1. Background and functions of the Board
  2. Person Specification
  3. Term of Appointment
  4. Submitting your Expression of Interest
  5. Assessment Process
  6. Confidentiality
  7. Data Protection Acts 1988 & 2003
  • APPENDIX 1 Submitting your expression of interest


Closing Date: Midnight on 4 April 2016