Cairn Homes chief: Ireland is a country that ‘doesn’t support builders’
Senior members of IIP accused department of ‘locking out’ prospective homeowners from market and not supporting builders
Michael Stanley, the chief executive of Cairn Homes, told senior civil servants that Ireland had an international reputation as a country that “doesn’t support builders”.
Stanley made the comments at a high-level meeting between members of Irish Institutional Property, the lobby group, and senior staff at the Department of Housing in October 2020.
The meeting came after a lobbying campaign by Irish Institutional Property between August and October that urged the state...
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