Dublin Residential & Affordable Housing Review

How Will Dublin’s Residential Landscape Transform in 2020?

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What You’ll Learn

What are the key challenges in delivering the 50,000 additional affordable homes by the end of 2021? What is the industry doing to stimulate the market?
Given the current cost structures for residential development, how will the industry achieve growth targets in regional urban locations?
Investing in affordable and making it work: What unique financing strategies are RPs and developers applying to affordable housing?
Is the National Planning Framework fit for purpose outside of Dublin and for smaller-scale projects? Do they adequately address delivery cost?
Shifting Demands: The rise in build to rent and smaller unit sizes are changing preferences. Is the residential industry planning any changes in unit mix to cater for a young workforce or an older demographic downsizing?

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Tue 03 December 2019 7:30 AM


The Alex
41-47 Fenian Street
Dublin 2, IE

Ballroom: Orient Ballroom

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Why This Matters

As the City of Dublin and neighbouring regions continue to thrive and grow, affordability and creating healthy mixed-use, mixed-income communities become a greater challenge. Local Authority Social Housing Outputs and Delivery Targets 2018-2021, identifies the capacity for 33,500 new build homes and a strategic plan to make 50,000 of affordable homes available by 2021. Are these plans feasible? How will the CRE industry in Ireland work together to deliver on the housing plan?
Join Bisnow and our All-Star Panellists as we take an in-depth look at the state of the residential and affordable housing market, and the intricacies involved in financing and development. This can’t-miss event is positioned to hear from those that are pushing the new frontiers of affordable housing, placemaking and community solutions.

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