Built to last.
People deserve to live in vibrant, environmentally friendly communities. Strong planning, high quality materials and local infrastructure is vital to making houses into homes and places into communities. The housing crisis has to be used as an opportunity to put in place the communities of the future into place.
Why Do It?
Homes are not just walls and a roof. To build strong communities, homes need to be well planned and equipped to face the physical challenges of the future. Fianna Fail is committed to building communities where people want to live, work and raise their families.
Fianna Fáil’s plan to build sustainable communities
Major nationwide refurbishment of existing homes to make them energy efficient.
Ensure that new homes are built with high energy and insulation standards.
Invest in infrastructure
Ensure that investment in social infrastructure forms part of future developments.
More power to you
Giving communities a greater voice in the decisions that affect them.
Building Affordable Homes for All
The state has to step up and build affordable units in the right places. This is a core part of Fianna Fail’s vision for securing home ownership for the next generation.