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This paper examines the practices deployed to de-democratise elements of the Irish planning system. It does so through scrutinising the processes by which a new streamlined planning procedure for large scale residential developments was institutionalised. The paper investigates how a development lobby group successfully prompted the institutionalisation of this streamlined procedure by momentarily capturing the policy formulation agenda surrounding a housing crisis. It demonstrates how this wasdoi:10.1080/09654313.2019.1595532 fatcat:3sgvrkvvmnhlfl6onyuuivfwxu