Eoghan Murphy watch - track his housing policies and delivery of ACTUAL HOMES



fifilawe

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The poor On Tray Prin Hoors who run catering and hospitality establishments need migrants by the 000s to keep wages down and have a stream of underclass and slave labour wages because they cannot afford to pay a "Living Wage to Johnny and Mary" who were born and raised here.Oh , the poor craytures , need minimum wage staff rates and a reduction in the hospitality tax , to stay in business.This is the "Globalists Scenario" movement of capital, labour, goods to suit their agenda: Pay the lowest wagest, manufacture the good in cheap countries, sell the goods into the richest economies with the greatest markup(profit) .This is the ultimate result of Free Capitalism and free labour, no tariffs on goods and free movement of labour and services.Poor old Karl Marx , if only he was born 40 years ago!.
anyway I digress too much, Back to Kofi Annan of Non Housing and Non Homeless: The stalactites and stalagmites will have formed pillars of calcium salts deposits underground by the time Kofi gets around to pulling his finger out and do what he getting paid to do, Or is he just a mirage ,an illusion of smoke and miirors and a record player that is on an infinite loop of soundbites of focus group keeping the govt in line with the "core principles of looking after the élite and our pals ".
 

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Death of the semi-D as height limits scrapped - Independent.ie

Limits on the height of buildings have been abolished in all cities and large towns in a radical redrawing of our planning laws.The new building heights will be in stark contrast to the traditional suburban landscape of two-storey semi-detatched homes.
City and county councillors will no longer be allowed impose a maximum height for residential and commercial developments.

Developers were told new builds should be at least six storeys in the centres of Dublin, Galway, Cork, Limerick and Galway - and towns like Sligo, Athlone, Letterkenny, Dundalk and Drogheda.
 

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FG lost the vote on building 81 social houses on South Dublin CC tonight. FG voted against it. EOB tweeted this.

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FG lost the vote on building 81 social houses on South Dublin CC tonight. FG voted against it. EOB tweeted this.

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Another 81 empty houses is all that will happen.

I suppose another 81 doesn't really matter when we already have 180k.
 

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Objections to heights of some future buildings will focus (amongst other things) on the ability of the local fire service equipment to be able to reach top floors.
Maybe they'll get some firefighters back from the states to show the locals how to use the new gear?
 

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Hypocrites. Don't listen to what they say, watch how they act.
I think it's cute that some people still believe FG give a flying phuck about the homeless, the working poor or the elderly.

Anything that drives up property value, rents and professional fees associated with the sector are on the agenda, anything that could dent the meteoric rise in the "cost" of putting a roof over you head is to be stopped.

At some stage soon Varadkar will re-shuffle and Murphy will get some big payoff for keeping a lid on the sector for as long as he could and the next wannabe will get to tell us all how his/her plans are completely different but will take 2 years to deliver.
 

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Objections to heights of some future buildings will focus (amongst other things) on the ability of the local fire service equipment to be able to reach top floors.
I object to tall buildings casting a shadow on my back garden while I sit there listening to the wireless and having a BBQ while the cricket is on as Ireland are playing England in a test match .
 

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Boyd Barrett just coined a classic phrase "Reneviction" in Dail Eireann. Reneviction is obviously the loophole where a landlord can evict tenants under the pretext of renovating the premises.
 

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Suck it up ladies and gents

Homeless mum-of-seven Margaret Cash with new home in Tallaght

For anyone who's been breaking their balls working to save for a deposit to build a home, just remember at the next election how much utter contempt the state has for you.
Do you think FF Lab Greens SD would do it differently?

Goes without saying that PBP Sol wouldn't.



Anyway we are building too many houses. Prices will crash in the summer.


Only fools believe the shortage story put out by builders and the media.
 

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Do you think FF Lab Greens SD would do it differently?

Goes without saying that PBP Sol wouldn't.



Anyway we are building too many houses. Prices will crash in the summer.


Only fools believe the shortage story put out by builders and the media.
Shortage is real, in social, affordable and crucially in apartment building. Standard housing seems to have stabilised and become a more normal market.
 

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Do you think FF Lab Greens SD would do it differently?

Goes without saying that PBP Sol wouldn't.



Anyway we are building too many houses. Prices will crash in the summer.


Only fools believe the shortage story put out by builders and the media.
Shortage of affordable ffs... cut the FG propaganda drivel.

'We' are certainly not. The tax payer is part funding private builds to sell or rent to the working tax payer, aided by the state because prices are too high. Anyone thinks that's not a form of Ponzi scheme is either an idiot or a FG'er on the make.
What will crash is the FG pyramid scheme they call an economy.

We need to be our own landlord until the crisis begins to reverse at least.

Bearded man baby Murphy is merely the hipster patsy god love his incompetence.
 

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Shortage of affordable ffs... cut the FG propaganda drivel.

'We' are certainly not. The tax payer is part funding private builds to sell or rent to the working tax payer, aided by the state because prices are too high. Anyone thinks that's not a form of Ponzi scheme is either an idiot or a FG'er on the make.
What will crash is the FG pyramid scheme they call an economy.

We need to be our own landlord until the crisis begins to reverse at least.

Bearded man baby Murphy is merely the hipster patsy god love his incompetence.
Overestimating demand may lead to new ghost estates being built, economist warns - Independent.ie

Only a matter of time.

Same old boom bust cycle.
 

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Just 2 companies announced 2500 high skills jobs in the last two weeks. With near zero unemployment in the jobs areas we're talking about bringing 2500 new families to Dublin, 2500 new homes needed to house them. This is just 2 last announcements made by SalesForce and Facebook.
Now, we have financial firms relocating from UK to Dublin, we have other businesses growing.

Surely a new financial crisis would move things quickly around, but in the near future the housing demand in the capital will grow rapidly as well as commuting times with increased traffic as a cause of nimby politics and poor planning.
 

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I haven't seen the bould Eoghan doing any photo op's with his sleeves rolled up in his shiny new hi-vis in the last couple of months.
What's the story? Too cold and mucky on site for the posh boy?
F**king spoofer, in an FFG party full of spoofers!:roflmao:
 

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This is not helpful.

Labour Senator seeking support to oppose 164-home Howth development

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Labour Senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin is organising support for a judicial review to overturn approval granted for a 164-apartment development in Howth, north Co Dublin.

The development, located on Balscadden Road at the site of the former Baily Court hotel, was granted planning permission in September by An Bord Pleanála, under a fast-track route for large housing projects.

The development will comprise three apartment blocks, and is being built by Crekav Trading, part of the Marlet Group.

Mr Ó Ríordáin recently sent a leaflet to local residents to organise support for a judicial review to overturn the decision to approve planning permission....
 


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