The €20bn Housing for All plan and how it aims to solve a crisis
The government’s newly unveiled programme has the potential to play a big part in solving our accommodation dilemma, but history shows that there’s many a slip between plan and implementation
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has promised that “excuses won’t be tolerated” when it comes to the implementation of the government’s new €4 billion a year housing plan. This may seem like a simplistic soundbite, but it is crucial to ensuring that Housing for All is not a repeat of Rebuilding Ireland, its predecessor.
Many of the latter’s key targets were missed due to inaction, rather than a lack...
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