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Comment #6811204 by Shane Zerbe

Shane Zerbe Dec 31st 2017, 11:14 AM #

People can criticise solidarity. But with regulations and the cost of building and private businesses i.e. Developers simply looking to maximise their return. I think the state should be borrowing the money etc, tender developments out to private builders. Fg say the plans are half baked, fg only plan it appears is to allow the market have its way and unless you are you are 87,000 a year as a single earner , you couldn’t even buy the cheaper possible to construct apartment in Dublin! At 87,000 a year! You hardly need to be a waster to be earning less than that!

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Plan for 1,100 social and affordable houses on land bank in Blanchardstown called 'half-baked'

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