Government sets up 'clearing house' for new building projects

The government is to appoint a construction sector 'clearing house' to rubberstamp and kickstart new building projects in a bid to generate jobs.

27th July, 2013

The government is to appoint a construction sector 'clearing house' to rubberstamp and kickstart new building projects in a bid to generate jobs.

Stakeholders in the industry have had meetings with government in recent weeks, before the development of a job stimulus programme for October's budget, to generate ideas and plans for the damaged industry.

The Forfás report on the sector, released last week, includes a strategic plan up to 2015 for this purpose.

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