Fast-track housing scheme could set ‘dangerous precedent’
Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has opted to renew the Strategic Housing Development, but the Irish Planning Institute and others have warned strongly against it
The country’s fast-track housing scheme could set a “dangerous precedent” for future construction policy, the Irish Planning Institute has warned.
The fast-track process, known as the Strategic Housing Development (SHD), was put in place in 2017 as a measure to help speed up the delivery of large-scale residential developments. It is a central pillar of the government‘s Rebuilding Ireland housing plan and allows builders of more than 100 properties to go...
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On the Market: Our pick of the homes on offer this week
A house near the sea in Bray, a townhouse in Drumcondra, and a detached family home in Tralee are among the highlights this week
A semi-detached family home close to the coast in Co Dublin
Modern three-bedroom home with attic conversion near Lusk main street is a ten-minute drive from the beach
Splendid detached Wexford residence comes to market in pristine condition
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