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Business Post property summit hears from policy makers, developers, agents, government officials, economists and institutional investors

8th December, 2019
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Minister of State for Housing Damien English addresses last Wednesday‘s Business Post Property Summit. Picture: Maura Hickey

Multi-family units, social and affordable living, system change and sustainability were the topics that dominated the Business Post property summit last week. Our last property conference of the decade took place at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin and hosted a broad range of speakers from policy makers to developers, agents, government officials, economists and institutional investors.

In his opening speech, Minister for State for Housing Damien English addressed changes on the way when he echoed...

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