Eoin Ó Broin: The Government has shut down debate on the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill – TheJournal.ie

THIS WEEK THE Government is trying to steamroll the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill 2021 through the Dáil and Seanad. This controversial legislation will extend Covid-19 protections for a small group of renters while stripping an even larger group of tenants of all protections, leaving them at risk of homelessness. There are currently two separate sets

Iarnród Éireann addresses Galway councillors on plans for rail network across the West – Connacht Tribune Group

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The average rent across Galway is now just over €1,100 per month. That’s an increase of 5 per cent compared to this time last year. The figures are from the latest report issued by the Residential Tenancies Board, based on the fourth quarter of last year. The average rent in

Over 160 children across West waiting more than one year for speech and language therapy assessment – Connacht Tribune Group

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The average rent across Galway is now just over €1,100 per month. That’s an increase of 5 per cent compared to this time last year. The figures are from the latest report issued by the Residential Tenancies Board, based on the fourth quarter of last year. The average rent in

Rents nationwide rise by 2.7% in fourth quarter – RTE.ie

Rental prices increased by 2.7% nationally to stand at an average of €1,256 a month by the end of last year, according to the latest figures from the Residential Tenancies Board. That compares to an increase of 6.4% in 2019. Dublin had the highest rents where the average price was €1,745 per month, a 2.1%

My tenant is in breach of planning laws. What can I do? – The Irish Times

What options does a landlord have when served with a warning notice by the county council about the erection of six masts and antennae in the back garden of her house erected by an occupant of her house without planning permission? Following objections from residents, the county council has issued an enforcement order which the

Childminder fails to overturn termination notice for flat she lived in for 15 years – Independent.ie

A WOMAN has lost her High Court bid to overturn a notice terminating her tenancy of 15 years in a Dublin 4 flat. ldona Stulpinaite, a childminder, had lived since September 2005 in a flat at 34 Elgin Road, Ballsbridge, under what Mr Justice Anthony Barr described as an “oral” tenancy from week to week.

Woman loses challenge over termination of 15-year tenancy in Dublin flat – The Irish Times

A woman has lost her High Court bid to overturn a notice terminating her tenancy of some 15 years in a Dublin 4 flat. Aldona Stulpinaite, a childminder, had lived since September 2005 in a flat at 34 Elgin Road, Ballsbridge, under what Mr Justice Anthony Barr described as an “oral” tenancy from week to

South Dublin tenants to be evicted after ‘reaching end of line’ – The Irish Times

A group of south Dublin tenants, including sick, older people and a child with special needs, face eviction next month after a four-year battle with two sets of corporate landlords. Some have lived at St Helen’s Court, a complex of 26 apartments in Dún Laoghaire, for almost 20 years. Their case underlines the inadequacy of

Students 'do not need' to be living near University of Limerick says garda chief – Limerick Leader

THE head of the Limerick garda division has questioned the need for so many students to be living near the University of Limerick during the pandemic. Chief Superintendent Gerard Roche says a number of students have moved from elsewhere in the city into off-campus accommodation in Castletroy. “Why are they in these places if they

200 Galway renters contact Threshold about unreturned deposits – Connacht Tribune Group

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Almost 200 Galway renters contacted Threshold about unreturned deposits throughout 2020. According to the housing charity, 196 residents in the city and county made deposit retention queries last year. This figure accounts for 14% of all deposit queries last year, while nationwide the amount of people who contacted the charity