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# housing for all

Last month
March 2024
Government missed last year's social and affordable housing targets by 2,680 homes
Last year
New Planning and Environment division of the High Court established
Combined salary of €126,000 is needed to purchase a three-bed home in Dublin, study finds
Govt warned house prices will continue to rise if supply isn't met as prices increase 1.4%
50,000 new recruits needed in construction sector to meet Government's Housing for All targets
Government criticised for giving housing update during Tubridy hearings
Population rise from Census to feed into increase in Government's housing targets
'I think we'd be confident': Housing Dept expects to hit overall housing targets in 2023
Leo Varadkar: Housing constraints would impact whoever is in Government
Taoiseach admits Govt missed 2022 social housing targets
Govt failed to hit revised social housing targets last year as concerns raised for 2023
Housing targets expected to be revised upwards as Govt considers buying up apartments
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Taoiseach to meet experts in housing in the coming weeks as Govt attempt to kick-start acceleration plan
Rory Hearne: The housing game is rigged and it's time we called it out
Dr Rory Hearne
Small landlords to be offered up to €10,000 in tax breaks for retrofitting properties
Government still €2bn behind annual expenditure target for housing as end of year approaches
Government to review private rental market as housing targets set to be exceeded
'A total disaster': Varadkar criticised over comments saying Govt needs 'another go' at housing
Grants now available of up to €50,000 to refurbish derelict and vacant homes
Government's €400 million shared equity scheme for first-time buyers now open for applications
HAP discretion rate changes for the first time in 6 years, increasing to 35%
Taoiseach told renters can't afford a pension when they're paying €2,000 in rent
No planning permission needed for conversion of vacant pubs into homes, says minister
'Good reasons for concern': Young face worrying circumstances despite Budget's 'youthful tinge'
Government approves ‘comprehensive’ review into Ireland’s planning laws
O'Brien defends housing strategy after experts brand elements ‘unrealistic’
Housing Finance Agency approved €1 billion in loans to approved housing bodies last year
Developers set to warn TDs over planning 'slowdown' as applications drop by almost a third
Catholic Church to 'reflect' on O'Brien's request to use land for housing
From energy ratings to shorter commutes: What the new housing plan means for climate action
Sites in Dublin, Cork and Limerick included in 'largest ever transfer of State land'
Housing supply: What changes are we likely to see in the next 18 months?
New short-term let regulations to be in place by next summer
Housing for All: The measures aimed at helping single people get on the property ladder
Opposition parties label government's Housing For All plan as 'unambitious'
Only 'matters of substance' to be referred to courts under Government planning overhaul
Government's housing plan aims to deliver 300,000 new homes by 2030
Sharp improvements in house building activity noted in the first half of 2021
'Chronic and worsening' supply crisis heaps pressure on renters as prices climb sharply
Housing Plan 'well on track' for late August but more work needs to be done on vacancy - O'Brien