Vote Brian Leeson No.1 on May 24th for housing justice, a stronger community and a New Republic.
There are a number of publicly owned sites in the greater Dundrum area that could be used to build large volumes of homes that could then be rented by people from ALL incomes that are need of a home.
Video exposing the extent of the corporate takeover of housing in Dundrum Village. US, Canadian, British and German corporations are on track to own over 1,000 homes in the heart of our ancient village, as
Me speaking almost ten years ago, outside Anglo Irish Bank headquarters in September 2009. The decision to guarantee all of the debts of the private banking sector was one of the most destructive
I’ve worked with Clare Daly on a range of issues over the last decade including natural resources, women’s rights and housing. She is one of a handful of TDs that have used their seats in Leinster House to drive
We had a packed room for our latest housing meeting in The Mill Theatre on Tuesday, March 19th. Thanks to everyone that attended. I hope that people picked up some new information about the local housing
Over 10,000 copies of my new four page newsletter are in the process of being delivered to homes across the Dundrum Local Electoral Area. The full newsletter is reproduced below. As you can see it’s mainly
Sandyford Site Not For Sale!
A short video from 2018. In late February 2019 it was revealed that NAMA had sold this land to a Avestus Capital. This private investment fund is now expected to go back to the planning authorities to secure a higher density of smaller apartments in taller apartment blocks. This will then be constructed as ‘Build To Rent’ units at extortionate rates of rent. This is the reality of Fine Gael’s ‘solutions’ to the housing crisis.