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Poll: Should vacant Nama buildings be available to homeless services at Christmas?

A derelict building in Dublin has been occupied by homeless activists with a view to converting it into housing for the homeless.

Image: Eamonn Farrell/Rollingnews.ie

LAST NIGHT, A group of 100 people occupied a derelict Nama-controlled building in Dublin with the intention of converting it into housing for the homeless.

The group, operating under the banner of housing group Home Sweet Home, say the building has been occupied as “a last resort… to save lives”.

That building is currently listed for demolition.

But should all vacant Nama buildings be available to Nama services to help ease Ireland’s homeless crisis?

We’re asking: Should vacant Nama buildings be available to homeless services at Christmas?


Poll Results:

Yes (11920)
No (1905)
I'm not sure (572)



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