A new 208-bedroom co-living development for Dun Laoghaire was given the green light last week, but has been met with plenty of controversy.
For €1,300 a months tenants are provided with an ensuite bedroom, with access to communal cooking and living areas. There is also a room cleaning service and a concierge.
The development is aimed at young professionals and while many see it as a potential way to help alienate the housing crisis, Sinn Féin yesterday published a bill looking to ban such developments.
We spoke to Ed Burke from 'Roomigo' who explained exactly what co-living is and why he thinks it's the future.
One caller on Dublin Talks today said they are essentially 'glamourised tenements':