Developer Daly says Nama house plan a recipe for disaster

17th September, 2017
David Daly,

David Daly, who was once one of Ireland’s biggest homebuilders, has said that the proposal to turn the National Asset Management Agency into a state-owned housing developer was a “recipe for disaster.”

“Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s recent signalling that the government is preparing to turn Nama into a state-owned housing developer indicates an inherent failure to comprehend the current housing crisis at the highest levels of government,” he said....

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