Housing targets are going to be raised - here’s what they mean for developers

Signals show a new goal of more than 50,000 homes a year will be set in October, which developers feel will have some key impacts

The current target, set as part of Housing for All in 2021, is to build an average of 33,000 homes a year over the ten-year period to 2030

Business Post subscribers can read:

• What Michael O’Flynn and Ballymore believe needs to change to meet housing demand

• What developers were told in a seminar last week about likely policy changes

• Why there are still major challenges in getting accurate data on housing demand