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Call for National Housing Authority

A report commissioned by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland wants increased government support for developers and builders of new homes in order to improve the national housing stock.

It also wants local authorities banned from imposing more restrictive planning requirements than the national standards.

“While, politically, it is seen as more attractive to award purchasers’ grants or tax concessions than to support developers or builders, we would argue that a new approach or new deal is now clearly required,” said SCSI president Andrew Nugent.

His comments came at the launch of the report, ‘Policy Options for Supporting the Provision of Housing at Affordable Prices,’ by Tony Foley of Dublin City University. It calls for the establishment of a national housing authority to co-ordinate housing policy and strategy.

Read the full details in the Irish Examiner

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