Event Start:
31/01/19 16:30
Event End:
31/01/19 20:00
EY, Ernst & Young Building, Harcourt Centre, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Event Summary:

IPFA Ireland: Dublin: The Importance of the National Development Plan to Improving Affordable Housing Supply

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The recent deficit in infrastructure investment in Ireland has contributed to the housing crisis currently facing the country. This crisis has led to a number of challenges affecting the supply of housing such as access to commercially viable land and housing at affordable prices. As land is the single most volatile component of pricing, the successful delivery of the National Development Plan can help mitigate this contributing factor. The planned investment in transport, water, broadband and other key infrastructure services, plus the completion of both civil and housing projects in tandem, can reduce the constraints impacting Ireland’s residential land bank leading to an increase in supply and less volatility in pricing. This event will address these issues from key experts in the industry. 

4.30pm Registration

5.00pm Welcome & Introduction
Anthony Rourke, Director - Government & Infrastructure Advisory, EY 

5.10pm Keynote Address
Brad Watson, Global Head of Government and Real Estate Infrastructure, EY

5.30pm Panel Discussion - The Importance of the National Development Plan
to Improving Affordable Housing Supply
Chaired by: Conor Gunn, Director - Government & Infrastructure Advisory, EY
Cathy Bryce, Director, National Development Finance Agency, NTMA
John Coleman, Head of the Land Development Agency
AnnMarie Farrelly, Director of Services, Planning and Strategic Infrastructure, Fingal County Council
Hazel Jones, Strategic Planning Director, Bartra Capital Property

Question & Answer Session

6.25pm Closing Remarks & IPFA Update
Anthony Rourke, Director - Government & Infrastructure Advisory, EY & IPFA Ireland Branch Council Member

6.30pm Networking Drinks Reception Kindly Hosted by EY





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