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Author Archives: Joseph Kilroy
Joseph Kilroy is head of Ireland policy and public affairs at the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). This piece forms part of a wider CIOB project examining the location of house building in Ireland.
Joseph: Where Are We Building Homes These Days?
Instead of producing housing where need is greatest, our housing system is producing – by a multiple of three – development on the periphery of settlements.
Joseph: The Overlooked Value of BusConnects
“BusConnects gives Dublin an opportunity to make a democratic decision about where we want the value, which we have all created, to end up,” writes Joseph Kilroy.
Joseph: Tech Firms Could Help Tackle the City’s Housing Challenges
Other cities are waking up to the connection between tech growth, inequality, and housing – and looking at how companies can step up to help.
Joseph: How Dubliners Could Benefit from the Pricey Property Along the Luas
“It is time to connect the dots, and stop the long arm of property assets reaching into the pockets of citizens,” writes Joseph Kilroy.