Noonan must call time on endless crisis

Budget must introduce measures to address the housing crisis, and lay down markers for a sustainable property sector

11th October, 2015
Michael Noonan will deliver the Budget on Tuesday

The housing crisis, which has now lasted longer than World War II, cannot be allowed to drag into another year.

At the time of writing, nobody (except for Taoiseach Enda Kenny and a few pollsters) knows how long the hiatus between Tuesday’s budget and the next election will be.

From the perspective of businesses working in the property sector, as well as tenants, landlords and (potential) owner-occupiers, the gap should be as short...

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