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# Housing

Last year
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
Slight increase announced in Housing Adaptation Grants for older and disabled people
‘Disaster’ coming if housing isn’t fixed, head of 2008 crash inquiry warns
Homelessness record broken again as 11,988 people in emergency accommodation in March
Start of 2023 ushers in mortgage slowdown as drawdowns slide by a third
First batch of 200 modular homes for Ukrainian refugees to be ready next month
Over 1,000 homes being bought by local authorities as part of tenant in situ scheme, Varadkar says
Govt plan to boost building: Cost-rental units subsidised and development levies scrapped
Government considers subsidies for developers and scrapping of fees to increase housing supply
Govt summer priorities: Renters' rights, safe access zones, vaping rules and late-night pubs
'Where will they go?': Coveney says invalid notices to quit should be challenged
Cian O'Callaghan: Owners of vacant properties should either use it, rent it or sell it
Cian O'Callaghan
Analysis: 'In a housing crisis, this government is leaving thousands of buildings to rot'
Dr Frank O’Connor
Applications for 94 cost-rental apartments in Delgany to open tomorrow
Housing developer secures injunction stopping subcontractor removing kitchen units
Taoiseach says Govt did not have exact RTB figures when deciding to lift eviction ban
Plans to build 2,300 homes in north Dublin given green light
Cork city councillors 'stunned' after tense and abrupt end to eviction ban meeting
Leo Varadkar: Housing constraints would impact whoever is in Government
'100% incorrect': Taoiseach denies claim he overruled Housing Minister to end the eviction ban
Home asking prices continue to fall modestly