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# Housing

Last year
2023
Minister seeks broader scope for probe into RTÉ as Cabinet discusses terms of reference
No evidence that homelessness figures will fall in future, says Peter McVerry
House prices in second quarter of 2023 down 0.5% from one year ago
Renters feel less secure in their tenancies compared to last year, Threshold finds
Councils identify over 1,500 vacant and derelict properties to be bought up
Damien English 'disappointed and embarrassed' about planning controversy that led to resignation
State's system of earmarking land for new housing is 'fundamentally flawed', TDs to be told
Population rise from Census to feed into increase in Government's housing targets
Crowds told not to blame refugees for housing crisis at Raise the Roof protest in Cork
Minister sets out 'positive discrimination' policy to ringfence offshore island funding
Dept reviewing case of amputee told to wait until 2024 to apply for housing adaptation grant
Galway council to write to advertising watchdog over Airbnb posts in rent pressure zone
Green light for 785-unit apartment scheme in Fairview despite local opposition
Department of Housing returned more than €380m to exchequer due to underspend by Govt
Opinion: The government cannot fix housing because their entire approach is flawed
Cian O'Callaghan
Having a job is 'no longer a way out of homelessness', TDs told
Census 2022: New stats show how much average rents have risen in the private sector since 2016
Leo Varadkar says he believes homeless figures will fall
Peter McVerry says Varadkar has his 'priorities wrong' when it come to tax cuts
Housing minister defends Govt approach after last week's record high homeless figures
Almost half of objections to Dublin City Council against new land-hoarding tax were successful
Homelessness hits record high again as 12,259 people in emergency accommodation in April
Green light for nine-storey, 245-bedroom 'lean luxury' hotel over Arnotts in Dublin
Dublin Fire Brigade to tell TDs that fire safety will be 'integral' to use of rapid-build homes
O'Brien seeking to convert vacant office blocks into apartments to tackle housing crisis
'Not going back to hostels': The Dublin tenants resisting eviction on Harrington Street
House prices up 3.9% from last year, the lowest rate of increase in nearly two years
Tory bill to abolish no-fault evictions in England to come before UK Parliament
Poll: Do you know the Building Energy Rating (BER) of your home?
Micheál Martin: It's 'possible' Ireland can build 40,000 new homes a year to meet demand
Analysis: Government and the Central Bank can take steps to free the 60,000 mortgage prisoners
Mark Coan
Family homeless in eviction after receiver refused council's offer to pay top price for property
Defective Concrete Block scheme regulations should be ready 'in the next couple of weeks'
Irish Government ‘will move heaven and earth’ for older renters facing eviction, says minister
No restaurant street furniture fees for another year as regulations extended
FactCheck: Is the Govt correct to claim that 400 people are buying their first home every week?
Is there a market for apartments for sale or rent with no kitchen or wardrobes? Govt told to find out
Construction cost review finds it costs less to build the same house in Birmingham as in Dublin
Modular housing being held up by site issues, warns state architect
Maps published of areas where landowners will pay new tax from next year