Trinity provost says housing crisis is a ‘national emergency’

The housing crisis needs to be treated as ‘a proper emergency’, according to the head of Trinity College Dublin.

Around 250,000 students are due to start in third level next month, with many struggling to find somewhere to live.

Higher Education Minister Simon Harris has said all potential solutions are ‘on the table’, including building modular homes on campus land.

Trinity College Provost Professor Linda Doyle says the overall housing crisis needs to be prioritised, and in particular, the needs of students must be addressed……….

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