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Dermot Keogh: Building for an ageing population

Demographics reveal the crisis in housing supply could be solved with age-appropriate homes

24th January, 2016
Homelessnes is a major problem in Ireland Picture:Rollingnews

Ireland’s housing crisis continues to spiral out of control resulting in increased rental/purchase prices as demand for housing continues to soar.

Inflated prices have set off an unprecedented rise in homelessness as families compete for long-term accommodation.

The minimum number of people experiencing homelessness in Ireland is over 5,100 and includes some 1,600 children.

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