New head of PIAB aims to reduce litigation and insurance costs – Irish Legal News

Published 26 November 2020 Rosalind Carroll The new CEO of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) has said she is working with government ministers to boost the Board’s powers and help to bring down insurance costs. Rosalind Carroll, who took over the role in March, told the Irish Independent that she is “passionate about getting

The ‘feisty’ troubleshooter who wants to overhaul our crisis-hit personal injuries system – Independent.ie

When Rosalind Carroll was director of the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) in 2018, 50 activists occupied the board’s office and issued a set of demands. Protests were rife in Dublin after a series of high-profile evictions made dozens of people homeless across the city. As the public body responsible for solving disputes between landlords and

Temporary evictions ban to be extended to April ahead of announcement on Covid restrictions – Irish Mirror

The temporary ban on evictions and a rent freeze for those struggling financially due to Covid is to be extended until at least April, Cabinet have agreed. The arrangements were due to expire in January 2021 but will now run until April 12. A government spokeswoman said: “If a tenant’s ability to pay rent has

Social tenants in Rathgar complex excluded from certain facilities – The Irish Times

Social tenants in a luxury apartment complex in Dublin say they are being “discriminated” against as they are not allowed to use the property’s gym, meeting rooms or roof terrace, keep pets or attend residents’ meetings. The exclusion of households nominated by Dublin City Council from facilities enjoyed by their private neighbours in the Marianella

Cycling campaign wins case against permission for 741 Dublin apartments – The Irish Times

Dublin Cycling Campaign (DCC) is entitled to an order quashing permission for a housing development including 741 build-to-rent apartments on a site at the rear of Dublin’s Connolly Station, the High Court has found. The proposed development was also to include 135 new car parking spaces which the developer argued did not require permission. Mr

Cyclists win case against apartments plan at Dublin's Connolly Station – BreakingNews.ie

Dublin Cycling Campaign (DCC) is entitled to an order quashing permission for a housing development including 741 build-to-rent apartments on a site at the rear of Dublin’s Connolly Station, the High Court has found. The proposed development was also to include 135 new car parking spaces, which the developer argued did not require permission. Mr

Court overturns permission for Duleek housing development – BreakingNews.ie

An Bord Pleanála has consented to a High Court order overturning its permission for construction of a development of 167 housing units in Duleek, Co Meath. The permission was challenged in judicial review proceedings brought against the board by Stoneyford Green Residents Association, of Stoneyford Green, Duleek, represented by John Kenny BL, instructed by solicitor

Residents challenge permission for 123 apartments in Ballincollig – BreakingNews.ie

A local residents group has taken a High Court challenge aimed at overturning permission for a development of 123 apartments in Ballincollig, Co Cork. Waltham Abbey Residents Association has brought the judicial review proceedings over An Bord Pleanála’s approval last September for the development at a site on the Old Fort Road, Ballincollig. Today Mr

Residents' group seeks to overturn permission for apartment complex in Ballincollig – Irish Examiner

A local residents group has taken a High Court challenge aimed at overturning permission for a development of 123 apartments in Ballincollig, Co Cork. Waltham Abbey Residents Association has brought the judicial review proceedings over An Bord Pleanála’s approval last September for the development at a site on the Old Fort Road, Ballincollig. Yesterday, Mr

Group seeks to overturn permission for 496 apartments in Ballyboden – The Irish Times

A community group has brought a legal challenge aimed at overturning permission for a development of 496 apartments in Ballyboden in south county Dublin. The action by Ballyboden Tidy Towns Group (BTTG) concerns An Bord Pleanála’s permission for the development on a site at Taylor’s Lane and Edmondstown Road, Taylor’s Lane, Ballyboden. The permission was