Saturday September 26, 2020

Objection to social housing amendment

The Dublin city manager has recommended that the limiting of housing development on institutional land to social and affordable homes be removed from the draft development plan.

25th December, 2004

The Dublin city manager has recommended that the limiting of housing development on institutional land to social and affordable homes be removed from the draft development plan.

An amendment passed by councillors earlier this year earmarked institutional land - including property owned by religious orders and schools - for social and affordable housing. The amendment then went to the landowners for consideration and is due to be voted on next month.

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