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Local authorities turn down 35 per cent of Nama social housing offered

Nama offered 7,050 properties to local authorities, but of those 2,435 were turned down by local authorities for a variety of reasons

By Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
18th August, 2019

Local authorities in Ireland rejected 35 per cent of properties offered by the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) as social housing since it was estbalished in 2012.

Nama offered 7,050 properties to local authorities, but of those 2,435 were turned down by local authorities for a variety of reasons.

According to figures supplied by Nama:

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