Five key takeaways from the task force on Dublin housing supply
Construction levels, driven by new apartments, continued to rise despite pandemic-related restrictions
Two new reports have been released by the task force set up to monitor the delivery of housing in Dublin.
The Housing Supply Coordination Task Force for Dublin was established due to an acute shortage of housing stock in the capital, with the group tasked with identifying supply-related issues.
The documents published by the task force analyse housing delivery data related to the first two quarters of this year. Here are five key takeaways:
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