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Reusing Dublin responds to the observation that we don’t use space in our city efficiently – and sometimes we don’t use it at all. Yet the city continues to sprawl, commuter times are increasing and there is a serious shortfall in housing provision. Coupled with this there are areas of the city which are underutilised and do not provide vibrant or attractive places for living and working.
It would be nice to believe that we've discovered some entirely new form of urbanism, but the truth is that the impulse to create temporary or low-cost responses to the challenges of urban life is not new.
But first, what is the sharing economy?The sharing economy is the label used for businesses, organisations and community groups that realise the value of idling and underused assets. Companies like AirBnb and Uber have become the well-known face of the sharing economy. But there is a myriad of other activities being undertaken by for-profit companies and not-for-profit organisations alike that are all part of the sharing economy.
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