PEOPLE in Limerick are encouraged to share their experiences of the housing system in Ireland in a new survey.
The Housing Commission are looking for views from members of the public on a range of issues relating to housing in Limerick City and County.
They are particularly interested in hearing from people on the topics of maintaining a sustainable housing supply and providing balance and choice of tenures, the cost and quality of housing, including the drivers of cost, the capacity of the construction sector to meet housing supply requirements and the affordability of private rental accommodation.
The Housing Commission was set up in 2022 to examine the issues around providing a sustainable supply of housing across Ireland.
Their findings will inform the Commission’s consideration of long-term housing policy, post 2030.
The Housing Commission has been tasked with examining issues in Ireland’s housing system, such as tenure, standards, sustainability and quality-of-life issues in the provision of housing, all of which have long-term impacts on communities.
Public consultations form part of the Housing Commissions task to gather a wide range of views which will greatly assist the Commission in its task of providing independent advice to the government.
The survey can be completed anonymously and is open for replies until April 18. The questionnaire can be accessed at Gov.ie.