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Tuesday 30 May 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# damp

Last year
# compensation
Dublin City Council ordered to pay tenants €11,000 over ‘damp, mould and mildew’ in flat
An engineer told the court that there were also defects with regard to ventilation, insulation, flooding, overcrowding.
All time
# sick waiting
'We're sick waiting': Oliver Bond residents call for fast-tracking of regeneration works
Residents of Oliver Bond House say they been told it will be ‘at least 15 years’ before they can expect completion of the long-promised regeneration programme.
# Balgaddy
Remedial work begins on 'poor quality' council homes with mould issues in south Dublin
Two years ago a European committee upheld a complaint, stating the Irish government failed to ensure the right to social housing of an adequate standard.
# tyrone place
Experts say tenants are not to blame for council flat mould
An architect who assessed the Dublin flats said the problem is “extensive and very serious”.
# Dublin City Council
Children with respiratory illness awarded damages over damp in council flat
The family ultimately abandoned the property and were relocated by Dublin City Council.
# under my umbrella
The weather over the bank holiday will be mild (with a bit of rain... and drizzle)
Rain, dry periods, temperatures up to 14 degrees.
# so wet
Benedict Cumberbatch posed as wet Mr Darcy and the internet is in meltdown
Is everybody OK?
Column: This is home – a mouldy kitchen, faulty electrics, damp and children with respiratory illnesses
One desperate renter details what it’s like to live in a substandard apartment.
# 50 shades of grey
9 of the defining characteristics of a soft day
Like the one many of us are experiencing today.
# History
Medieval church deterioration accelerated by ivy - and Ireland's bad weather
Survey of Co Clare’s medieval churches finds differences in building materials and techniques across the county.
# In Pictures
Rats, mould and dampness: Priory Hall 10 months on
Security personnel told a visiting resident to watch out for the rats earlier this week.
# damp
VIDEO: The view from a tent in Kerry during yesterday's storm
Warning: explicit language.
# Dolphin House
For Dolphin House residents, concerns over ‘inhumane’ conditions continue
For Linda Burnett-Bowdler, the ongoing problems with damp and mould at the housing complex in south Dublin have taken their toll on her and her family.
# Rialto
Rialto homes riddled with damp and mould
Shocking survey carried out by the Rialto Rights in Action Group revealed that almost half of the adults living in Dolphin House have trouble breathing easily due to their living conditions.