Developers tell council that three-bed flats are not viable in south Dublin
Savills report said a family would have to earn over €150,000 to rent an affordable apartment in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown
Three-bed apartments can only be built in south Dublin at affordable rates for families with a household income of €157,000 or more, a new report by Savills, the estate agency, has said.
As part of the latest draft of its development plan, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has outlined that it will mandate developers to ensure three-bed units make up at least 40 per cent of new apartment blocks. The local authority has also proposed measures...
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