Dublin West TD, Ruth Coppinger, along with three Anti-Austerity councillors are currently occupying a NAMA housing estate under construction at Diswellstown Manor site.
She’s calling on NAMA to make the units social and affordable homes.
Deputy Coppinger said that she along with 25 homeless families from the local area and some local people have occupied one of the NAMA homes that have been built.
"The point we're making is that NAMA is a key player in resolving the homeless crisis.
"This housing estate has about 120 houses and it's going to be sold on the open market for a very high price but yet we have 120 homeless families in Blanchardstown alone in emergency accommodation."
Deputy Coppinger said she wasn't sure how many houses would be used for social housing but that it certainly wouldn't be more than 10%.
You can listen to her interview here:
NAMA responded by stating: "NAMA has so far delivered 1,518 social houses across 150 individual projects with 628 in Dublin, 226 in Cork and 154 in Galway. Another 500 units remain to be delivered and 65 individual transactions are due to complete or contract before the end of the year to meet its 2,000 social housing target and the Agency also confirmed that it has provided over €55m in funding to remediate and complete properties for social housing use. The Agency has also committed to support the provision of 4,500 houses of all types before the end of next year to help alleviate the housing problem."