Friday June 5, 2020

Lack of land ‘a grave concern’ for housing association

The lack of available and serviced lands for housing is a matter of ‘‘grave concern’’, and could drive up house prices again, the chairman of the Irish Home Builders Association has warned.

12th May, 2007

The lack of available and serviced lands for housing is a matter of ‘‘grave concern’’, and could drive up house prices again, the chairman of the Irish Home Builders Association has warned.

At the association’s AGM last Friday, Jim Wood described the handling of the social and affordable housing allocations by local authorities as a ‘‘mess’’.

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