Thursday October 22, 2020

State to launch housing charity value-for-money investigation

The move comes as the departing chairman of the government backed Housing Agency said charities and builders are creating a ‘panic’ about the housing crisis

29th October, 2017
Conor Skehan

The Government is set to probe housing charities on their use of state money in a major value-for-money audit in the New Year, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

It comes as the departing chairman of the government backed Housing Agency said charities and builders are creating a ‘panic’ about the housing crisis. In a blistering attack on homeless charities this weekend, Conor Skehan told this newspaper: “There’s a very real risk of us giving...

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