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# Accommodation

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# Daft.ie
Rents rise across Ireland for first time since 2008
The latest Daft.ie quarterly report on rent prices shows continuing divergence between the demand for accommodation in rural and urban areas.
# Priory Hall
NAMA suggests 332 apartments to be used for Priory Hall residents
NAMA hands handed over a list of properties which could be used to house residents, and will cover the cost of completion works.
# decksy midnight brothers
Have a sleepover with the Brogan brothers. No, really.
Dubs stars take to the decks at sleepover to launch new hostel in Smithfield.
# Homeless
Homeless charity warns of 'tsunami' of demand
Launching its 2010 annual report today, the Dublin Simon Community says it is experiencing a surge in requests for emergency accommodation and sleeping bags.
# Hotels
Average hotel room prices rise 2 per cent
The price rise is the first for Ireland’s hotel industry in three years – but the country still remains the least expensive in western Europe.
# Landlords
Students in sleepout protest over rogue landlords
The USI is highlighting calls for a deposit protection scheme – Housing junior minister Willie Penrose says he is awaiting feedback from the PRTB on the issue.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you think Ireland is good value for tourists?
A survey has found that while more Irish people still holiday abroad than have a ‘staycation’, most believe that Ireland is increasingly a good-value tourist destination. Do you agree?
# Tourism
Irish find value in 'staycations' since recession
A majority of Irish people in holiday survey think that prices have dropped enough in the recession to make Ireland a good-value destination.
# Property
Rental prices levelling off across Ireland – report
The latest Daft.ie report says the average rental price in July 2011 was exactly the same as it was in July 2010.
# Asylum Seekers
€813m: Ireland's bill for housing asylum seekers since 2002
Government figures indicate that the accumulated cost of housing Ireland’s asylum seekers will top €800m this year.
# Hotels
NAMA chief: We're not to blame for cheap hotel rooms
NAMA’s chairman Frank Daly dismisses criticisms that NAMA’s hotel ownership was forcing down the market prices.
# Society
Up to 4,000 Travellers living in 'inadequate' conditions
Thousands of Traveller families are living in “hazardous and deplorable” conditions throughout the country – despite agreement by local authorities to arrange suitable accommodation.
# Illegal Evictions
Tenants' problems increasing despite €500m spent on rent supplement
The rental sector has taken the place of social housing for those in need – but standards are slipping to unacceptable levels, says the national housing organisation.