Summit finds hint of brighter future amid housing crisis

The consensus among speakers is that the solution lies in increasing urban density - which means changing traditional mindsets

9th December, 2018
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Michael Forde Bradley, partner, Zeso Architects

Returning for a fifth year, the Sunday Business Post Property Summit was held at the Aviva Stadium last Wednesday, a day-long programme of presentations, panels and keynote speeches dedicated to solving the problems – and identifying the opportunities – attached to one of the most controversial issues of our times.

With developers, investors, agents and finance providers in attendance, talks covered subject matter ranging from niche to nationwide in scope. This year for the first...

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