Monday January 27, 2020

Social housing is a total mess because we like it that way

If the state can’t manage the stock of housing it already owns, how will it do better by building more?

13th May, 2018

Social housing is a mess. When there was an abundance of it, the common bond that united its inhabitant communities – largely low incomes and high unemployment – fostered high levels of social discord. Now, with a more integrated view, there isn’t enough of it.

A common theme rippling through Ireland’s media and property industry is that we must have local authorities build all the social homes required.

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