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The National Statement of Housing Supply and Demand 2014 and Outlook for 2015 - 2017

The National Statement of Housing Supply and Demand 2014 and Outlook for 2015 - 2017
29 Jul 2015

 

Increasing Demand for Housing Requires Significant Increase in Supply of Housing

The National Statement of Housing Supply and Demand 2014 and Outlook for 2015-17 finds supply and demand balance a key challenge

As part of a wide suite of initiatives addressing housing supply which have been underway since the publication of Construction 2020, this Statement is the first of a series of annual reports which will inform how Ireland meets demand for housing into the future.

The Housing Agency today released its first National Statement of Housing Supply and Demand 2014, and Outlook for 2015-17.

The National Statement provides key data and analysis on the housing supply and demand trends in Ireland as well as an overview of future housing requirements. The analysis gives clear insights into housing in Ireland and presents the most up-to-date information available in relation to housing supply and demand which will keep key housing initiatives on track and ensure we have accurate data about how housing needs are being met on an annual basis. The report shows that while the housing sector is showing signs of recovery, the pace of demand is growing faster than supply.

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