# housing - Today’s News
South Dublin County Council has proposed to build 48 homes on Letts Field in the Neilstown area.
# housing - Wednesday 26 August, 2015
But the rate of property price increases is slowing.
# housing - Wednesday 19 August, 2015
The minister tasked with solving the homeless crisis and the high-profile activist don’t appear to have any working relationship.
# housing - Tuesday 18 August, 2015
Residents are angry that the council is pushing forward with a plan like this in the middle of a housing crisis.
# housing - Saturday 8 August, 2015
There has been a significant increase in the number of homeless families in Ireland.
# housing - Wednesday 29 July, 2015
It will create 1,900 jobs a year.
The government has hit back at Fianna Fáil’s criticism over ‘lack of investment’.
# housing - Tuesday 21 July, 2015
The building in Dublin city was transformed by the Peter McVerry Trust.
# housing - Saturday 11 July, 2015
The USI has called on people to take in lodgers as a lack of suitable housing remains an issue.
# housing - Friday 10 July, 2015
Dublin City Council says the building is “not fit for purpose”.
# housing - Monday 6 July, 2015
Most of us have had one at some stage.
# housing - Wednesday 1 July, 2015
The development in Dublin 13 was officially opened today.
# housing - Wednesday 10 June, 2015
More and more people are becoming homeless in Ireland – and that includes children.
# housing - Monday 8 June, 2015
On-campus accommodation is snapped up a lightning speed, leaving vulnerable young people at the mercy of the inhospitable private market.
# housing - Tuesday 2 June, 2015
It has also been found that half of all accommodation inspected is not of an adequate size.
# housing - Tuesday 26 May, 2015
Almost 3,800 new houses and apartments are to be built.
# housing - Monday 25 May, 2015
Fr Tony O’Riordan said that work on new builds is welcome but “painfully slow”.
# housing - Monday 18 May, 2015
Lett’s Field is a green area – but not an official playground – in Clondalkin.
# housing - Saturday 2 May, 2015
Is it security? People? Privacy?
# housing - Friday 1 May, 2015
The country, along with potential house buyers, is being held to ransom.
# housing - Thursday 30 April, 2015
Henry Ford’s family once were tenant farmers here.
# housing - Saturday 25 April, 2015
Micheál Martin has some strong words for protesters.
# housing - Monday 13 April, 2015
Councillors told Dublin City CEO Owen Keegan not to press on with the plan this evening.
Planning applications are sluggish this year.
# housing - Sunday 12 April, 2015
It is now that millennials’ supposed thirst for life experiences over amassing assets is going to be tested.
# housing - Saturday 11 April, 2015
If county councils pay the difference between what people owe on their mortgages and what they can afford to pay the taxpayer foots the bill, writes Aaron McKenna.
# housing - Sunday 29 March, 2015
Too many families are facing homelessness. Why are we allowing this to continue?
# housing - Monday 23 March, 2015
The family took the flat to avoid emergency accommodation.
# housing - Sunday 22 March, 2015
Reports today reveal Department officials said housing figures had been spun.
# housing - Tuesday 17 March, 2015
We need to face up to what’s gone wrong with spatial policy in this country.
# housing - Thursday 12 March, 2015
Here we take a look back on what building trends have shaped the modern era.
# housing - Sunday 8 March, 2015
One housing charity is worried that they might.
# housing - Tuesday 3 March, 2015
The Government needs to to encourage supply, not restrict it according to landlords.
# housing - Monday 2 March, 2015
We’re in for a “turbulent” year in the home construction sector in 2015, it’s being predicted.
# housing - Saturday 28 February, 2015
The conference debated environment, housing and, of course, water this morning.
It’s tough out there. How tough?
Ever wondered about those white statues?
# housing - Monday 23 February, 2015
“In its last year in office, how will the Government respond to these children?”
We are, once again, beset by the destructive dichotomy of the two-horse race that is renting or owning.