14 April 2024

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Claims new data shows Galway facing disproportionate impacts of housing crisis

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Claims new data shows Galway facing disproportionate impacts of housing crisis

It’s being claimed that Galway is facing a disproportionate share of the impacts of the housing crisis.

The MyHome.ie study reveals a 6.5 per cent increase in house prices, while the asking price for the average home in Galway went up 9 per cent.

Galway West TD Mairéad Farrell says this is simply down to the shrinking availability of homes and a lack of supply.

The Sinn Féin TD adds that the Government’s idea of affordable is different from the reality:

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