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On June 17, the Oireachtas committee on housing and homelessness published its report after convening in April. It interviewed 38 witnesses and received about 82 submissions from the public and various bodies. These reports do not write themselves, so the committee must be commended for its efforts. Indeed, as I suspect many of its members did not appreciate the infinite complexities of housing, apart from the normal personal experiences, what they have read and constituents’ queries. They did well to get their heads around some of the main issues involved. The final report has some good recommendations but it misses some important issues.
Sirr, L. (2016) Coveney Must grasp the Nettle of a Flawed Housing Report. The Sunday Times 26.06.2016. doi:10.21427/yr8b-3c15