There is no doubt that a mix of #publicsector and #privatesector delivery of homes is going to be required to target delivery of 35,000 homes per year. There are a number of sequential steps and approvals that ensure public delivery gets value for the State's money and that the #procurement is open to as wide a range of providers as possible. The reality is that starting with site ownership and with a very efficient process it takes time - the public supply tap cannot be turned on and houses provided tomorrow. How the State provides homes in the interim period will require a number of approaches including #procurement of homes through lease and purchase from the market. A situation where local authorities, AHBs and other agencies are bidding against each other or individually negotiating and driving up prices does not get good value - this needs to be thought through.
A more detailed analysis of the comparison between the public and private approach is given in this post - www.keoconsult.com/knowledge/housing-procurement-delays-key-is-the-duration-of-the-project-governance-process-not-the-procurement-process
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