Eoin Ó Broin challenges exemption that could lose government ‘10,000 affordable homes’
Sinn Féin publishes bill that would roll back exemption for developers that removed the necessity for them to deliver affordable homes on private land
Sinn Féin has published a bill that would roll back a government exemption for some developers that removed the requirement for them to deliver affordable homes on private land.
The Bill has come after the Business Post revealed on Sunday that the government has lost the opportunity to secure 10,000 affordable homes from developers.
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