Petition: Develop Damastown as a new social & affordable community

Solidarity - The Left Alternative have come up with a ambitious, positive proposal to develop 1,135 social & affordable homes in Damastown, Mulhuddart to begin to resolve the housing crisis. Fingal has 22% of the population of Dublin, but 35% of the homeless population - we need action now!

Our proposal contains 835 houses and 300 apartments. Nearly 80 four beds, 413 three beds, 550 two beds and nearly 100 one bed units.

50% will be ring-fenced for social housing and the other 50% will be available on an Affordable Mortgage Scheme.

RcgjbisuqpuHMAi-800x450-noPad.jpgRather than part-privatise this last remaining publicly owned land bank in Dublin 15, we want Fingal to develop these homes for families, not developer profits.

We want this development to be funded from Fingal's capital budget and investment from the Department of the Environment & the Housing Agency.

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GOAL: 500 signatures

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  • Matia Boldrini
  • Funke Tobun
  • Grace Kirwan
  • Jacqui Barbour
  • Mark Kelly
    This could help alot of struggling families out there. And hopefully a step in the right direction in solving this problem in the whole of country!
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  • Stef O Loughlin
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  • Matt Waine
    Sign the petition: Develop Damastown as a new social & affordable community http://www.solidarity.ie/damastown?recruiter_id=669
  • Matt Waine
    I hope everyone gets behind this campaign
  • John Burtchaell
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  • Cian Prendiville
    It is absolutely shocking that the council should be sitting on land in the middle of a housing crisis. They should be building social & affordable housing on the suitable lands they own. But obviously they prefer to just let the crisis get worse so their landlord and developer friends can get richer!
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