Let’s intervene with assistance for those that need it, rather than a blanket move that does more damage to innocent parties
In Ireland, we want ‘all in together’ on the receiving of beneficial outcomes, but ‘tax somebody else’ when it comes to supporting the cost of this
Cracking down on under-occupancy of council-owned property could solve the homelessness crisis. T...
What chance does Eoghan Murphy have, when Nimbyism reigns and so many of our elected representatives are actively objecting to new homes at a time of crisis?
If we want to solve the housing crisis, we as a nation need to say yes to development - even in our own backyard
‘Land-hoarders’ - including the state itself - move slowly and conservatively because of the high costs involved with development. Partnering with local authorities would fix that