Sunday February 16, 2020

It’s time for some alternative thinking on housing

Government intervention is urgently needed to increase supply in every sector of the market

2nd February, 2020
Capital Dock Residence in Dublin: a prime example of private rented sector development

I am not breaking any news by suggesting that there is a critical lack of supply in all sectors of the housing market. Availability of stock within all sectors, in both rental and sales markets, from new homes to second-hand sales, and in senior living, student housing, and social and affordable housing, is insufficient.

All of these sectors are broken. We therefore need a holistic approach to the entire housing market to try to resolve...

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