Friday September 25, 2020

Budget’s benign impact on the property sector

There were plenty of gaps when it came to addressing the serious issues of homelessness and high rents so that Budget 2019 felt like a bit of a damp squib

14th October, 2018

For a second year in a row the budget felt a bit flat when it came to the property sector. Okay, it was pegged as a fiscal policy for the year that was put together by grown-ups with no surprises and no drama - which is a good thing - in favour of addressing the serious issues of homelessness and sky-high rents. But there were plenty of gaps too.

Áine Myler, director general of the...

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