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February 1, 2022

Crisis growing in the Irish forest industry

Crisis growing in the Irish forest industry
According to the Construction Industry Federation (CIF), Ireland’s forest industry remains in crisis. Delays in issuing licenses needed to plant, harvest, and transport trees to facilities for processing have been ongoing for over three years. The bottleneck is hitting house building, slowing the supply of timber and forcing many to import lumber. It has also contributed to the rise in the costs of new homes.    This has occurred despite commitments made by the Ireland’s Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, and Minister of State, Pippa Hackett in early 2021 to tackle the problem ...

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