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# Housing

Last year
Analysis: The government's three Budget policies which could throw €500m into a housing money pit
Housing Minister: Report of two properties acquired under Govt scheme 'doesn't tell full story'
Almost 700 homes delivered under the government's First Home Scheme this year
CSO to investigate 'discrepancy' of 84,000 homes in official estimates of private rented market
Just two properties acquired under Government scheme to keep renters in their homes
Opinion: It's time we grasped the nettle and taxed those hoarding property in Ireland
Ciarán Casey
Radical changes to Ireland's planning system are coming - here's what's in the new laws
Pharmacists to be allowed dispense some medicines, including the pill, without GP prescription
'Great in theory, but the reality is different': FG housing spokesperson on the eviction ban
Record high number of children in emergency accommodation, August figures show
House prices in third quarter of 2023 up 1.1% from one year ago
Focus Ireland recorded 30% increase in service users last year as homelessness rose
Fewer than 50,000 renters have claimed the Rent Tax Credit so far this year
Housing charity regulator appoints financial inspectors to Peter McVerry Trust
Sinn Féin questions whether affordable housing target on track based on latest figures
Arranmore to host first ever Oireachtas meeting on offshore island amid housing supply concerns
Homeless charity reports 17% drop in people supported last year
Government says price potential increases always considered as First Home scheme is extended
Tenants say gardaí 'made eejits' of them after calling for assistance during improper eviction
Bacik: 'I have received threats from the far-right'
Criticism as buyers in new housing estate asked for extra €60k to finish homes
Darragh O'Brien tells Cabinet that the Government will hit or exceed its target for new homes this year
Fourteen babies born in homeless charity Depaul's services last year
'Unforgiveable': Over 3,500 council-owned houses are vacant, new figures show
'I wish I never applied': Affordable housing in Darragh O'Brien's constituency delayed by a year
National commercial building vacancy rate hits record high of 14.1%
Anger within Greens over housing spokesman's claim reinstating eviction ban 'akin to communism'
Average rent for new tenancies in Ireland rose by almost 9% year-on-year
Over 580 people with mental health difficulties supported with housing last year
Homelessness record broken again as 12,847 people in emergency accommodation in July
Dr Rory Hearne: 'As a lecturer, I can see what the accommodation crisis is doing to students'
Dr Rory Hearne
Landlord letting room by college campus asks students for 20 hours' childminding in lieu of rent
Debunked: Government has not forbidden business grants and modular homes for Irish people
Housing charity questions effectiveness of law brought in to prevent upfront rent requests
Student Accommodation: Landlords join calls for caution and blame 'unfavourable conditions' for scarcity
Peter McVerry Trust informs Department of Housing of 'potential financial issues' at charity
House prices falling in Dublin but rising in the rest of the country
Opposition decries 'failure' in housing over vast number of young adults living at home
Apartment owners threatened with legal action if they don't pay €5,000 for fire safety works
Major property developer refused planning permission for over 300 homes in South Dublin