Monday October 26, 2020

Government to push for high-rise apartments

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has said 'we have to go higher', particularly in Dublin city

30th July, 2017
Dublin city centre skyline Pic: RollingNews.ie

The government is planning new laws to remove restrictions on high-rise apartment blocks in the heart of Dublin.

The Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy, said the government will move to increase density in housing and high-rise developments as part of planned changes to its housing and homelessness plan, Rebuilding Ireland.

“We have to go higher, particularly in Dublin city, particularly within the canals, and we have to go for an increased density,” he told The...

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