Saturday November 28, 2020

Nama must answer questions on housing

2nd July, 2017
Joe Tiernan

Joe Tiernan has seen it all, and then some. A successful housebuilder, he saw the bubble coming and got out long before it ruptured. Last week, he gave a rare interview to this newspaper, where he deftly wove together strands of past, present and future. Combined, it was a damning indictment of government policy, successive failed housing strategies and Nama.

In short, Tiernan argued that the genesis of the current housing fiasco - where a...

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