Monday March 30, 2020

More needed to boost family apartment living

Incentives may be necessary to encourage families to try city centre apartment living, writes Marie Hunt.

17th February, 2007

There has been much discussion in recent months about plans to improve the quality of apartment living in the Irish capital, with much emphasis on the need to encourage more families with children to embrace apartments.

This is a very socially and economically desirable aspiration considering the urban sprawl that has been witnessed in Dublin in the last decade, with the Dublin commuter belt now extending 100 kilometres from the city centre. Planners understand that...

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