And Labour. Otherwise, Aodhan O'Riordan wouldn't have been objecting to a big development in Raheny/Clontarf recently.Mostly the "I'm alright Jack" types, probably about my age and they don't care a whit about anyone else.
And yes, they usually vote for FG or FF.
You can't say that. I'm listening to Neasa Hourigan (female and Green party) destroy the male SD guy on the ridiculous 20 million plan for a white water rafting facility in Dublin city centre.Misogynist!
By that rationale, the requirement for planning permission to develop one's land would be unconstitutionalI did qualify that remark by saying 'probably' unconstitutional, not being a lawyer I couldn't put it any stronger.
My thinking is that on at least two previous occasions governments tried to impose such controls and the Supreme Court struck down the attempts as an unconstitutional restriction of property rights.
There is but its not acceptable. The Turks provided shelter for 1 million Syrians within a few months by building temporary camps, its what happens in a real emergency. We have a shortage of housing where people want to live, not where houses are available, calling it an emergency or crisis reduces the meaning of the word. The rough sleepers are a long term problem, many of them are a result of the policy of abolishing asylums, they are people incapable of dealing with the modern world without a lot of help.I don't think there is a quick fix solution.