Moving houses: Banks sitting on over 1,000 vacant properties | Business Post – Sunday Business Post

More than a decade on from the financial crash, its deep-lying effects are still evident across many facets of Irish society. Many of the lingering remnants of the recession are intangible and hidden, but others are evident in the most tangible form of all: bricks and mortar. According to the most recently available figures from

'Incompetent' Eoghan Murphy let colleges duck rent pressure zone rules – Wexford People

The country’s universities were able to engage in widespread rent hikes because new caps introduced by the Housing Minister don’t take effect until next week. oghan Murphy is being accused of “incompetence” after colleges pre-empted his clampdown, rendering it useless for the coming academic term. The Irish Independent revealed yesterday that students are facing rent

Apology to Skibbereen man from Residential Tenancies Board – Southern Star Newspaper

A REPRESENTATIVE of the Residential Tenancies Board and a barrister acting on their behalf apologised to a West Cork solicitor and her client for the manner in which it handled an appeal. Barrister, Eoghan Cole, addressed Judge James McNulty at Skibbereen District Court and said he wished to apologise to Colette McCarthy of Wolfe &

RTB threatened to take legal action if Take Back the City protested in its office again –

Image: Stephen McDermott/ Image: Stephen McDermott/ THE RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES board (RTB) threatened to take legal action against a protest group after activists occupied the Dublin office last year and forced the cancellation of a tribunal hearing. Around 50 people occupied the board’s office for less than two hours on 21 November last year to call