Land Development Agency courts developers with forward-purchase housing deals

Project Tosaigh aims to speed up delivery of new, affordable homes on lands that already have planning permission

19th November, 2021
Land Development Agency courts developers with forward-purchase housing deals
The LDA said a shortlist of sites would be drawn up before commercial negotiations take place with landowners. Picture: RollingNews.ie

The Land Development Agency is pressing ahead with plans to enter deals with developers and landowners in an attempt to provide affordable housing in Ireland.

As part of the Government’s Housing for All strategy, Project Tosaigh is aimed at speeding up delivery of new, affordable homes on lands that already have planning permission, but where development has not taken place.

The LDA is targeting the delivery of 5,000 new units by the end...

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