The CSO has taken a crack at counting the new houses and, just like everyone else, they’ve got it wrong
Rather than create cross-party support for one well-considered piece of legislation, Dáil members compete for the limelight and miss out on vital elements because they can’t be seen to be in favour of something they didn’t think up themselves
In Dublin, the state controls 70 per cent of zoned residential land. Could a sell-off hold the key to a functional market?
If the state can’t manage the stock of housing it already owns, how will it do better by building more?
Blaming the website for a lack of housing supply is like putting your fever down to your thermometer
If we can’t get on top of our housing problems it will mean that wealth accrues only to those who own land and homes