Thousands of council flats to be razed in radical new Dublin housing plan

Dublin City Council is also open to using public/private partnerships to attract developers

16th July, 2017
The start of the demolition on a Dublin City Council complex of more than 200 flats on Charlemont Street back in 2014 Pic:

A radical multibillion-euro plan to regenerate Dublin’s housing stock could see thousands of council homes demolished, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

Dublin City Council is also open to using public/private partnerships to lure developers into the scheme, who would build bundles of up to 1,000 homes at a time.

If the plan proceeds, it would be the most ambitious urban regeneration strategy witnessed in the capital in decades.

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