No short term solution to the student accommodation crisis – Independent.ie

The Government has no short-term solution to the problem of students being forced to fork out hundreds of euro a week for hotel rooms, because of a lack of student accommodation, admitted Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien today. t emerged last Tuesday that students in Dublin and Limerick were spending up to €400 a week for

No short-term solution to student accommodation shortage, says O'Brien – BreakingNews.ie

The Government has no short-term solution to the problem of students being forced to fork out hundreds of euros a week for hotel rooms because of a lack of student accommodation, the Minister for Housing, Darragh O’Brien has admitted. It emerged earlier this week that students in Dublin and Limerick are spending up to €400

Student accommodation crisis 'the worst it has ever been' – Irish Examiner

The student accommodation crisis is “the worst it has ever been”, according to the president of NUI Galway’s Students’ Union, with more than 200 students currently staying in hostels in Galway City. Róisín Nic Lochlainn said the situation had arisen due to “total negligence from the Government”. “Students’ unions have been saying for years we

Irish comedian Justine Stafford sums up Dublin housing crisis in harsh tweet as rent continues to soar – Dublin Live

It is extremely difficult to find a decent place to rent in Ireland for a good price these days. A recent report from Daft.ie found that rents are rising country wide. It was revealed recently that tenants here spend on average 36 percent of their net income on rent and some in the capital hand

A Complete Guide to Renting in Dublin – FFT.ie

Long-term housing in Dublin might be tough to come by, as there is always a high demand. This is especially the case for districts close to the city center. As such, when looking for such options in Dublin, you’ve got to stand out from the crowd.  How? — Be organized, know what you want, and

High Court: Landlords not entitled to evict tenant until statutory appeal has been determined – Irish Legal News

The High Court has granted an injunction to allow a tenant to remain in occupation of his rented property until the determination of his appeal from a decision of the Residential Tenancies Board. The court held that the Residential Tenancies Act 2004 provided that a landlord could not terminate a Part 4 tenancy while a

€20 billion backed housing plan marks significant step claims Charlie Flanagan – Leinster Express

The launch of the Government’s Housing For All plan marks a significant step forward in the goal to ensure everyone has the option to own their own home, and builds on Fine Gael’s work in this area, according to Deputy Charlie Flanagan. In a statement he said ‘Housing for All’ is the new whole-of-government plan

Everything you need to know about the new 'Housing for All' plan – Dublin Live

Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien launched the highly anticipated ‘Housing for All- a New Housing Plan for Ireland” on Thursday. The Minister said the plan is the “most significant intervention by the State in housing ever” and aims to build 300,000 new homes in Ireland by the end of 2030. The plan will be supported by

Developer lodges plans for 227 build-to-rent apartments at Upper Abbey Street – Dublin Live

A Strategic Housing Development (SHD) scheme of 227 build-to-rent apartments up to 12 storeys tall is being sought for a site on Upper Abbey Street in Dublin. Balark Trading which is a subsidiary of property developer Pat Crean’s Marlet, was granted permission in 2019 for a hotel and aparthotel on a site at the back

Why Are None of the First Affordable Cost-Rental Homes in Dublin City? – Dublin Inquirer

File photo by Donal Corrigan None of the first round of 390 affordable rentals funded with help from a government loan scheme will be in the Dublin City Council area. “No proposals were submitted from [approved housing bodies] for the Dublin City Council area,” a spokesperson for the Housing Agency, which administers the Cost Rental