Free housing mediation for private rented sector – Armagh i

Image for illustration purposes only If you’re experiencing a problem with a family member, neighbour, housemate or you’re a victim of anti-social behaviour, mediation could help you solve your problems. Mediation is when an outside person helps you find a solution that is acceptable to both sides. If the Housing Executive or Housing Association has

Problem of homelessness in Traveller community highlighted at webinar – The Irish Times

While 22 per cent of Travellers in the southwest could be classified as homeless, more than 85 per cent were either homeless or in insecure and inadequate accommodation, a webinar heard on Tuesday. Hosted by the Cork and Kerry Regional Traveller Accommodation Working Group, an NGO, the webinar was told the findings were replicated across

Return to pre-pandemic investment levels in Irish real estate – report – The Irish Times

While 2022 may not surpass or even match the extraordinary €5.5 billion invested in Irish real estate in 2021, the ongoing emergence of society from the Covid-19 pandemic should mean another strong year for the commercial property market, according to CBRE. Outside of the continued appetite of investors for traditional office, residential, retail and industrial

CBRE predicts return to pre-pandemic investment levels in Irish real estate – The Irish Times

While 2022 may not surpass or even match the extraordinary €5.5 billion invested in Irish real estate in 2021, the ongoing emergence of society from the Covid-19 pandemic should mean another strong year for the commercial property market, according to CBRE. Outside of the continued appetite of investors for traditional office, residential, retail and industrial

'Shovel-ready' south Dublin residential site seeking €9m – The Irish Times

The sale of a ‘shovel-ready’ residential site in south Dublin is expected to see strong interest from developers and investors involved in the city’s private rented sector market. The site, known as Walkinstown House, comprising a 0.93 (2.3 acre) brownfield plot, comes with full planning permission for a 163-unit apartment scheme along with residential amenities

Households in rented accommodation receiving subsidies most at risk of poverty – The Irish Times

Households in the private-rented sector, dependent on subsidies such as the Housing Assistance Payment (HAP), are at greatest risk of being “driven into poverty” by housing costs, a report published on Monday warns. Compiled by Social Justice Ireland (SJI) the report, Housing and Poverty 2022, says the proportion of people nationally who are at risk

Number of homeless people in State passes 9,000 – The Irish Times

The number of men, women and children who are homeless and living in emergency accommodation has passed the 9,000 mark for the first time since April 2020. A total of 9,099 people were staying in emergency accommodation during the week of November 22nd-28th 2021, including 2,548 children, according to the latest figures from the Department

Number in emergency accommodation passes 9,000 amid rising Covid fears – Irish Examiner

The number of people living in emergency accommodation has passed the 9,000 mark for the first time since April 2020 raising fears the current spike in Covid-19 cases could worsen the homelessness crisis. The latest monthly homelessness report, for last November, shows 9,099 people were living in emergency accommodation, including 2,548 children. The report shows

Service providers to carry out digital ID checks for Right to Rent on British and Irish citizens – ARLA Propertymark

The Home Office has invited private sector, digital identity checking service providers to apply for approval to deliver Right to Rent ID checks on those who cannot currently use Home Office online services, including British and Irish citizens. The new arrangements for approved Identification Document Validation Technology (IDVT) are planned to come into force from

Opinion: How will small-scale private landlords fare in 2022? – LandlordZONE

An example of the difficulty of prediction is the conclusion to a detailed study recently published on the private rented sector by the London School of Economics (a study commissioned by the NRLA) “Individually and cumulatively, the recent tax changes have reduced the incentive to be a landlord in England. But predicting the timing and