What the future holds for property

An expert panel discussed Ireland’s housing crisis at the Sunday Business Post Property Summit

6th December, 2015
From left: Tina-Marie O’Neill of The Sunday Business Post, Michael O’Flynn of The O’Flynn Group, Ronan Lyons of Daft.ie and Trinity College Dublin, Daniel McLoughlin of South Dublin County Council, and Mary Birmingham of Nama at a panel discussion during the Property Summit

In the midst of the current, interminable housing crisis, this year’s annual Sunday Business Post property summit heard from a total of 18 property experts in the guise of individual speakers and collective panellists from various domains within the sector.

The Central Bank’s new chief economist, Gabriel Fagan, led the summit with his views on how lessons have been learned to reduce financial stability risks from the property sector. He cited a more cautious...

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