New affordable housing plan will be a ‘step change’ in policy, Taoiseach insists

The government’s Housing for All strategy is due to be published soon, but there have been reports of tensions at cabinet over how to fund it

14th July, 2021
New affordable housing plan  will be a ‘step change’ in policy, Taoiseach insists
Micheál Martin said that he expected the government’s Housing for All strategy would contain a significant increase in spending on housing. Picture: Rollingnews.ie

The governent’s new housing plan will bring about a “step change” in the construction of social and affordable housing, Micheál Martin has insisted.

The Housing for All strategy has been pitched as Fianna Fáil’s chance to move away from the Rebuilding Ireland strategy launched by the Fine Gael minority government five years ago.

But there have been several reports of tensions at cabinet about how...

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