Bedsits Option Back On Table To Aid Homeless Crisis
A leading homeless campaigner is in favour of bringing back bedsits, but not for the benefit of landlords' pockets.
They were outlawed in 2013 because so many of the single occupancy units were substandard.
However the Housing Minister is expected to announce their reintroduction next week in a bid to tackle the homeless crisis.
Father Peter McVerry believes they could be a good temporary solution:
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