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Government 'has to ensure it gets housing policy right'

'Feme er Reiltys jannoo shickyr dy vel polasee thieys jeant dy kiart'

Barel Oltey yn Chiare as Feed son Doolish Hwoaie David Ashford

T'eh er yn Reiltys jannoo shickyr dy vel y polasee thieys echey jeant dy kiart.

Shen rere Oltey yn Chiare as Feed son Doolish Hwoaie David Ashford, ta gra dy vel thieys "lane vunnidagh son traa ry heet nyn Ellan". 

V'eh loayrt rish Phil Gawne son y chlaare Perspective Jedoonee (5 Toshiaght Arree), ren jeeraghey er creoighys thieys yn Ellan.

Ta Mnr Ashford gra mannagh vel yn thieys jeant dy kiart ec yn Reiltys, eisht nagh jean eh livrey bentyn da'n strateish tarmaynagh echey.

AS DAVID ASHFORD : As shen bentyn da dy chooilley red: cha nee thieys sheshoil yncrican agh thieys y cherroo preevaadjagh neesht bentyn da cair dy chionnaghey, bentyn da kionneyderyn y chied cheayrt, kionneyderyn y nah cheayrt – ta feme er ooilley jeh shen ve mestit stiagh ayn, as feme er ooilley jeh shen ve cochianglt ry cheilley. Shen va'n oyr dy row y Boayrd er Thieys as Co-Voodeeyssyn crooit ec toshiaght yn lught-reill noa, dy hayrn ry cheilley ooilley ny snaihyn shen as ayns un voayl cochianglt.  


View of Douglas North Member of the House of Keys David Ashford 

Government has to ensure it gets its housing policy right.

That's according to Douglas North Member of the House of Keys David Ashford, who says housing is "absolutely fundamental to the future of our Island".

He was speaking to Phil Gawne for the Perspective programme on Sunday (5 February), which focused on the Island's housing crisis.

Mr Ashford says if government doesn't get housing right, then it won't deliver on its economic strategy: 
 

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