Private Renters Protection Extended | Northern Ireland News, 31/08/2021 –

Legislation to protect private renters from eviction has been extended until 04 May, 2022, Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey. Introduced at the start of the pandemic the Private Tenancies (Coronavirus Modifications) Act requires landlords to give tenants a 12 week notice to quit period before seeking a court order to begin proceedings to evict. The legislation

Car-rental office and facility approved for underground carpark at Tallaght Cross – The Echo Newspaper

Plans have been approved for a car-rental facility at an underground carpark in Tallaght PERMISSION has been granted to convert a unit and part of an underground carpark into a car-rental office and car-rental facility in Tallaght. ERAC Ireland Limited, who trade as Enterprise Rent-A-Car, got the thumbs up to retain permission for the existing

Matthew Howse: Landowners' litigation over 4G masts on the rise in Northern Ireland – Irish Legal News

Matthew Howse Matthew Howse, partner at Eversheds Sutherland in Belfast, examines why landowners and tenants are bringing more litigation involving 4G masts. A recent announcement by three mobile telephone networks that they have agreed a deal to build and share masts in order to improve 4G coverage in rural Northern Ireland, as part of the

NI government extends longer eviction notice periods until May 2022 – Inside Housing

Northern Ireland’s government will extend extra eviction protections for renters put in place during the pandemic for another nine months. Picture: Getty Sharelines Northern Ireland’s government will extend extra eviction protections for renters put in place during the pandemic for another nine months #UKhousing Amid the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020, the Northern Ireland Assembly passed

Irish OnlyFans star Kneevo blasts racist trolls who targeted boyfriend online – Irish Mirror

One of Ireland’s best-known OnlyFans stars has spoken out after her boyfriend received a racially motivated message online. Niamh O’Connor, also known as Kneevo, is living in Turkey and is understood to be in a relationship with a man from the country. The 24-year-old, who recently bought her second house there in the space of

Pay equality: Ireland women lost “so many talented players” through the years – Newstalk

The Ireland women senior team has lost “so many talented players” down through the years due to the poor pay on offer, according to international Louise Quinn. She was speaking after the FAI announced that the men’s and women’s senior teams would receive the same match fees moving forward. The men’s team has agreed to

Critically acclaimed Irish language film set during the Great Hunger to get US remake – Irish Post

A CRITICALLY acclaimed film entirely in the Irish language is set to get a US remake. Arracht, meaning ‘Monster’, is set during the Great Hunger of the 1800’s, and has been released to critical acclaim following its premiere at the 2019 Tallinn Black Nights Festival, even being chosen to represent Ireland in the Oscar’s Best

Opinion: Overnight, chronic pain caused me to turn into an almost childlike version of myself –

CHRONIC PAIN – IT’S so difficult to explain in words but it impacts every aspect of your life and the life of those close to you. For me, overnight I went from a very independent woman, married less than a year with so many plans for my future – and I turned into a version

The Northern Ireland housing market rally – etched in stone or just scratched in the sand? – Business Live

Soaring prices, a sharp ramp up in the number of transactions and a fevered market where asking prices regularly top 20% over the asking price. Such a descriptor could be used to lead a story on the Northern Ireland residential property market today, or indeed nearly 15 years ago during the peak of the boom

EOIN NEYLON: We need to look beyond bricks & mortar to tackle ongoing housing expenses – Clare Echo – The Clare Echo

Bookmark(0) Please login to bookmark No account yet? Register What has long been suspected was this week, thanks to a new Eurostat report, confirmed: Ireland is the most expensive country in Europe to run a household, on average. Not only are we now the most expensive, but we also saw the single greatest rise in