O'Brien defends housing strategy after experts brand elements ‘unrealistic’ – TheJournal.ie

Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien Image: Leah Farrell via RollingNews.ie Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien Image: Leah Farrell via RollingNews.ie DARRAGH O’BRIEN has insisted that the Government’s housing strategy is “realistic”, following criticism at a conference today. The Housing Minister rejected the suggestion that some of the Housing for All plan’s targets were not possible to achieve,

Housing minister defends plan after experts brand elements 'unrealistic' – Belfast Telegraph

Darragh O’Brien has insisted that the Government’s housing strategy is “realistic”, following criticism at a conference on Monday. he Housing Minister rejected the suggestion that some of the Housing for All plan’s targets were not possible to achieve, after it was criticised as “unrealistic” and “more of the same”. Earlier this month, the Government unveiled

Plan to tackle Republic's housing crisis described as 'unrealistic' – The Irish News

Part of the government’s plan to tackle the Republic of Ireland’s chronic housing crisis has been criticised as “unrealistic” and “more of the same”. Earlier this month, the government unveiled its plans to spend four billion euro annually on building 33,000 new homes every year by the end of the decade. The Housing For All

Plan to tackle housing crisis described as 'unrealistic' – BreakingNews.ie

Part of the Government’s plan to tackle the country’s chronic housing crisis has been criticised as “unrealistic” and “more of the same”. Earlier this month, the Government unveiled its plans to spend four billion euro annually on building 33,000 new homes every year by the end of the decade. The Housing For All plan has

Plan to tackle housing crisis described as 'unrealistic' – Belfast Telegraph

Part of the Government’s plan to tackle the country’s chronic housing crisis has been criticised as “unrealistic” and “more of the same”. arlier this month, the Government unveiled its plans to spend four billion euro annually on building 33,000 new homes every year by the end of the decade. The Housing For All plan has

Analysis: Is there a way to keep tenants and landlords happy? – The Irish Times

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar’s support for the private landlord in Dáil on Tuesday, calling for a balance between regulation of property rental costs and income for landlords, sparked a firestorm. At a time of housing shortages and sky-high rents, Varadkar’s line “one person’s rent is another person’s income” appeared to many to be another example of

Analysis: Is there way to keep both tenants and landlords happy? – The Irish Times

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar’s support for the private landlord in Dáil on Tuesday, calling for a balance between regulation of property rental costs and income for landlords, sparked a firestorm. At a time of housing shortages and sky-high rents, Varadkar’s line “one person’s rent is another person’s income” appeared to many to be another example of

Can you strike a balance to keep both tenants and landlords happy? – The Irish Times

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar’s support for the private landlord in Dáil on Tuesday, calling for a balance between regulation of property rental costs and income for landlords, sparked a firestorm. At a time of housing shortages and sky-high rents, Varadkar’s line “one person’s rent is another person’s income” appeared to many to be another example of

Renters 'paying hundreds for professional cleaners' to get deposit back – TheJournal.ie

Image: Shutterstock Image: Shutterstock RENTERS ARE BEING forced to pay “hundreds of euro” to get properties professionally cleaned to get a deposit back, the Dáil has heard.  The claim was made during a debate on a Labour party bill that seeks to increase protections for tenants, freeze rents for three years and “bring rental rules

IBRC liquidation set to cost €327m, PAC hears – RTE.ie

TDs have strongly criticised fees of almost €300m which the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) has spent on winding up its operations. Sinn Féin’s Matt Carthy said that “exorbitant fees” paid by State agencies are a hangover of Celtic Tiger “madness”. These costs are “astronomical”, he told the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee. Catherine Murphy, Social