FF warns FG it must cut social housing red tape before budget
Last year, Fianna Fáil secured agreement in the budget negotiations to reduce the number of approval stages for social housing projects worth €2 million to €6 million
Fianna Fáil has warned Fine Gael that it will have to implement a previous promise to speed up social housing to get support for this year’s budget.
Last year, Fianna Fáil secured agreement in the budget negotiations to reduce the number of approval stages for social housing projects worth €2 million to €6 million.
The aim was to cut down on the bureaucracy between councils and the Department of...
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