Constantin Gurdgiev tweetz:
Congratulations, #Ireland! We’ve done it again. Another housing crisis, and we are the second WORST in the world in terms of housing affordability.
Former Player Wills tobacco factory on the South Circular Road, Dublin 8
A petition has been posted on Uplift, calling for affordable homes and “appropriate community facilities” to be built at the former Player Wills tobacco factory on the South Circular Road in Dublin 8.
The petition, posted by Rebecca Moynihan, says:
For over a decade now the Player Wills’ site on the South Circular Road has laid vacant. The site has been passed into the hands of NAMA with Grant Thornton appointed as receivers.
This site has the potential to have develop over 500 affordable homes with appropriate community facilities, in order to develop a sustainable community for decades to come.
The Minister for Housing should intervene to stop this land being transferred to a private equity firm and develop the site as cost rental and affordable housing to ensure that the housing needs of our citizens is met.
The petition can be read in full here