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Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr Declan Hurley has turned the sod on a new development of social housing at Cuan Barra, Kilmore, Ballingeary between the approved housing body Coiste Tithe Uibh Laoire Teo and Droumleigh Construction Limited. The development will see the construction of three houses providing long-term accommodation. Cork County Council is […]
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VacantHomes.ie is a website that was launched in August 2017 by Mayo County Council on behalf of the local government sector, as an online resource for anyone to anonymously log possible vacant properties and alert local authorities who can then follow up with the owners to see whether the house can be re-used quickly. According to […]
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The proliferation of traffic signs on the streets of Ireland’s towns and cities seems to only multiply each year. But are these signs servicing any purpose beyond pleasing regulators? Urban Planner Stephen Coyne, discusses why less is often more.  A serious addiction crowds the streets of our towns and cities. You can hardly walk down […]
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The highest rate of inflation was in Cork city, where rents rose by 18% in 12 months. Rents in Galway are 13.9% higher than a year previously, while rents in Limerick have risen 15.5% in the past year. There were just over 3,600 properties available to rent nationwide on 1 August this year, compared to […]
Housing
The government is to spend over €5 billion on the development of social housing during the next five years, it has been announced. Details of the government’s new housing plan were announced by an Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Housing Minister Simon Coveney on Tuesday. ‘Rebuild Ireland’ is a new government initiative which seeks to address […]
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  A cross-party committee set-up by the government  to tackle the housing crisis in Ireland has published its report. Established in April, the report calls for “most ambitious social housing project in the history of the State”. Solutions highlighted for Minister for housing Simon Coveney to implement include increasing the  rent supplement rate, rapid investment
Housing
Dublin city and county councils are offering generous schemes to existing and potential landlords, in the hope that such incentives might increase the provision of social housing for lower-income tenants in the city.  The scheme would allow potential landlords to deal with the councils themselves rather than directly with tenants, and guarantee income levels (up […]
Housing
Waterford city and county council is to get two new senior staff members in an attempt to reduce the housing list. The new positions are part of 200 new appointments approved by Environmental Minister Alan Kelly for local county councils throughout the country. The move came in response to his pledge last November when he […]