History repeats itself in our housing policy

History repeats itself in our housing policy
The junction of Hume Street and Ely Place, a prime example of Georgian Dublin

It’s the 1960s again as we see a perfect storm of a booming but precarious economy, a housing shortage and a rising population in Dublin - yet the public sector standards bill is languishing

Something remarkable happened in Ireland in the booming 1960s. For the first time since independence, more people were now living in urban Ireland rather than rural Ireland.

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