A cross-departmental housing taskforce has been set up to figure out where to house Ukrainian refugees long-term.
Cabinet will be updated Tuesday on plans to house people fleeing the war.
More than 25,000 have arrived here to date - with around 17,000 in accommodation provided by the State.
Housing Minister Darragh O'Brien will tell his colleagues a number of medium to long-term plans are being put in place to ensure there is enough accommodation for Ukrainian refugees.
Some are aimed at the wider housing market with others being more targeted.
The minister will detail an expanded Voids programme to bring vacant social housing back into use.
Local authorities will also have more powers to acquire homes - including more homes for Housing First, those exiting homelessness or people with a disability.
Minister O'Brien will also say a cross-sectoral and cross-department taskforce has been set up for longer-term planning.
That will include the conversion of vacant buildings to accommodation for refugees.
It will also see the activating some of the roughly 80,000 planning permissions nationwide, which are in the system but have not yet been started.