The Irish planning and land-use system is very similar to the set-up in the UK. There is a re-think under way across the water and one of the main contributors will be visiting;
Speaker: Christian Hilber (LSE)
Topic: The British System of Land-Use Regulation: Key Features and (unintended) Economic Consequences
Date and Time: June 30th at 5.30 pm
Venue: Davy Stockbrokers, 5th. floor, 49, Dawson St., Dublin 2.
Admission is free but you are requested to book – email Breeda.McRann@davy.ie
The Workshop is kindly sponsored this year by Dublin Chamber of Commerce.
2 replies on “DEW Meeting: Land-Use Regulation in Britain”
Oops! this meeting is on Friday, June 28th, not June 30th.
I’m a longtime business and economics columnist for the Washington Post. Planning to be in Ireland at the end of next month for longish piece on Irish economy. Wondering if we could talk when I’m in Dublin, which I expect will be . June 27 and 28. Lunch, dinner, pint on me.