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Taoiseach Micheál Martin said too many people were objecting to planning applications around the country, calling for a national consensus on the idea that the housing crisis calls for property development. Martin told the Dáil that Ireland as a country did not have the “luxury” of opposing housing schemes, given the shortage of housing and the high costs associated with it.
Martin Fraser, the most senior civil...
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