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Is the government’s drive for social housing punishing first-time buyers?

The Government has spent €1.2bn during the housing crisis buying up almost 7,200 privately buil...

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12.17 20 May 2019


Is the government’s drive for social housing punishing first-time buyers?


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12.17 20 May 2019


The Government has spent €1.2bn during the housing crisis buying up almost 7,200 privately built homes according to new figures. 

Is this number now hindering first time buyers entering the market? 

To discuss this we are joined by Maria Bailey Fine Gael TD and Chair of the Oireachtas Committee on Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government

and

Orla Hegarty Architect and Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture in UCD


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