The Revenue Commissioners could force tenants to pay back the money if they claim the rent tax credit but their landlord fails to register their tenancy.
Author Archives: Laoise Neylon
Laoise Neylon is a reporter for Dublin Inquirer. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When the Eviction Ban Ends, the Newly Homeless Will Have to Join the Queue for Emergency Accommodation
There are waiting lists, and an increase in the number of people seeking legal assistance because they were refused emergency accommodation, say charities.
A Revamp of Capel Street Promises Public Seating, Light Features, Trees, Planters and More
“The spirit of Capel Street is really old Dublin,” says architect Bernard Seymour. “It’s an old trading street and it still has this individual vibe.”
Council Briefs: Greening the North Inner-City, and Redeveloping Constitution Hill
These were two of the issues that Dublin city councillors discussed at a meeting of their Central Area Committee on Tuesday.
The RTB Refused to Take on Enforcement of New Short-Term Letting Register, Saying Measure Wouldn’t Work
Instead, a bill now before the Dáil would put Fáilte Ireland in charge of policing it.
Owners of Chivers Site in Coolock Seek Exemption from New Land Tax
The tax, coming in 2024, is meant to push owners of land zoned for housing to develop it quickly.
Council Briefs: Turning the Baggot Street Hospital into Homes, Building an Activity Centre on the River, and Councillors on the Evictions Ban
These were some of the issues that Dublin city councillors discussed at their March monthly meeting on Monday.
The Council Should Move Long-Term Homeless People Up the List to Get Social Homes Quicker, Some Say
“They have got to use the social housing that is currently available to get people out of homelessness, otherwise we are banjaxed.”
Plans for 1,000 New Homes in Cherry Orchard Welcome, But Services and Amenities Required Too, Locals Say
There are long waiting lists for childcare places, doctors and mental-health services, says Fiona Carney, interim CEO of FamiliBase.
Plans to Add Clontarf Shelter to the Record of Protected Structures and Fix It Up Stalled Because of Short Staffing
The council hopes to apply for a grant to repair the circular bandstand, which is damaged by corrosion. But first it needs to list it – also, the title deed is missing.