Housing Supply Coordination Task Force for Dublin
Background - Construction 2020
In May 2014, the Government published Construction 2020 – A Strategy for a Renewed Construction Sector. This Strategy sets out Government policy to increase the capacity of the Sector to create and sustain jobs and to grow the sector to a sustainable level consistent with the demands of a modern economy.
Housing Supply Coordination Taskforce for Dublin.
Action 2 of Construction 2020 commits to the establishment of a Housing Supply Coordination Taskforce for Dublin. Accordingly, the Task Force was established in June 2014 and comprises of the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government, the four Dublin local authorities (Dublin City, Fingal, South Dublin and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown), NAMA and other agencies, with the Chief Executive of South Dublin County Council as chair.
The focus of the Task Force is to address supply-related issues to the delivery of housing units in the Dublin region. The group are working together to identify housing developments that have planning permission and that are capable of delivering housing to the market. This remit includes monitoring relevant housing data on the supply of viable and market-ready approved developments.
The data collated by the Dublin Housing Supply Coodination Task Force on the aggregated planning permissions and planning applications across the four Dublin local authorities are mapped and available to view at the following links:
The maps above indicate the location of:
- Tier 1 - Sites with planning permission (either active or inactive)
- Tier 2(a) - Sites where planning permission has been applied for and a decision is awaited
A summary of the returns from the four Dublin local authorities can be found at the following links below:
Information on the individual planning application (planning reference, housing units, etc) is also detailed. The mapping is based on the data obtained from the four Dublin local authorities and further queries relating to individual sites may be directed to the relevant local authority.