Changing precarities in the Irish housing system: supplier-generated changes in security of tenure for domiciled households

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This article examines the changing landscape of precarity in the Irish housing system. The article explores, via desk-based research, supplier-generated changes to security of tenure for three household categories. The article concludes that to varying degrees across all tenures, supplier-generated precarity is evident in respect of access, security and supply. This supplier-generated precarity is the outcome of flawed policy assumptions and expectations on the part of the state, which has abandoned its commitment to direct social housing provision and market intervention.

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Finnerty, J., & O’Connell, C. (2017). Changing precarities in the Irish housing system: supplier-generated changes in security of tenure for domiciled households. Global Discourse, 7(4), 473–488. https://doi.org/10.1080/23269995.2017.1399708

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