Yesterday our Managing Director Kevin James and Oakmount’s Lisa Rocca shared insights with the joint committee of Housing, Local Government and Heritage on behalf of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland.
A range of short, medium and long-term actions were tabled to help make residential projects more viable. There followed a Q&A session with the 13 Deputies and Senators in attendance, with the focus on construction costs and a series of recommendations to improve the speed and cost efficiency of construction.
The opening statement by the SCSI is available here and the full submission, here.
A recording of the session, which includes the opening statements by the panel and an extensive Q&A session is available here.Tags: construction costs, residential, SCSI, kevin james