Tag Archives: Affordable Housing

O’Devaney Gardens Sell Out by the Greens, Soc Dems and Labour

By Dan O’Rourke The ruling administration of Dublin City Council, composed of Fianna Fáil, Green Party, Social Democrats and Labour, have picked up from where the previous Sinn Féin led administration left off. They’ve agreed to the privatisation of council owned land, in this instance O’Devaney Gardens, in return for a paltry delivery of public housing. As far back as ...

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From bad to worse: The student accommodation crisis

By Aindriú de Buitléir Every September students throw themselves back into another year of study and stress, particularly as demand for accommodation is high, while supply is at a record low. Students will increasingly have to choose their college preference not solely based on CAO offers but on the availability and affordability of accommodation.  Many students are forced to work ...

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