View From A Summit


This afternoon.

Aviva Landowne Road Nua Conference Centre, Ballsbridge. Dublin 4

Supporters for the Campaign for Public Housing stage a public protest outside the 2017 Sunday Business Post Residential Property Summit to highlight the “damage being done to Irish society by those organising, addressing and attending the Summit”.


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This afternoon.

Leinster House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2

Slawek Wolowski with Aimee O’Riordan who are residents from Leeside Apartments in Cork and face eviction joined supporters against the planned mass eviction by a vulture fund and in support of Solidarity’s anti homeless devices bill.

Leah Farrell/RollingNews

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8 thoughts on “View From A Summit

    1. Andrew

      because socialist thoughts are the answer?
      I suppose if you want the government to borrow on an even grander scale and increase taxes to fund a massive social housing scheme?
      Is that what you want diddy? How much more tax are you prepared to pay?
      Do you think people will want that, or more pertinently vote for that.

      1. diddy

        Yes Comrade. SOCIALST. as “in for the social good” as opposed to for the good of a small greedy class of property speculators.

  1. Eoin

    You can’t stoke another property price bubble (the only game in town) AND have ‘affordable’ property at the same time. Unless you call €270k plus affordable?

  2. frank o'shea

    When the Dáil itself is populated by scumbags; my personal belief, there really is no point in this half-arsed effort.
    Truly desperate times necessitate desperate acts.
    I believe nothing will be done on this.
    History itself surely reveals this.

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