Dublin, Cork landlords limited to 4% rent rises under plan – Irish Times

Landlords in Dublin and Cork will only be able to increase rents by up to 4 per cent a year, over the next three years, under new proposals being brought to Cabinet on Tuesday. Rising rents have been blamed for the homelessness crisis and in a move to tackle the issue, Minister for Housing Simon

What are ‘rent pressure zones’ and how will they affect tenants living in Dublin and Cork? Here’s what we know – The Irish Sun

TENANTS living in Dublin and Cork could see caps placed on how much their landlords can increase their rents, under new plans. Housing Minister Simon Coveney announced the new measures earlier today – with the aim of getting legislation through the Seanad and Dáil before Christmas. 3 Simon Coveney announced new plans todayCredit: PA:Press Association Wire

'Rent pressure zones' to be introduced with immediate effect in Dublin and Cork – thejournal.ie

Updated at 2.30pm  AREAS WITH RISING rents in Dublin and Cork are to be targeted in the government’s new rental strategy, which has been launched this afternoon by Housing Minister Simon Coveney. ‘Rent pressure zones’, recognising regions where there is sustained tension in the rental market, will be identified by the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) as