The Dublin City Council-owned building on Chatham Row is due to be vacated this summer. At the moment, it’s on a list of sites to be sold.
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Hundreds of Council Homes are Overcrowded, While Others Are Underused, Figures Show
Eleven people are squeezed into a two-bed owned by Dublin City Council. Meanwhile, there are just three people living in a council-owned five-bed.
In Ballybough House, a Family Fights Back the Mould
Martin Heeney says he’s been reporting the spread of black mould to the council since he moved in, but it’s never been properly fixed.
Many Years On, Two Council Buildings on Bolton Street Are Still Empty
For years the council has been saying they will be made into apartments for people who are homeless. But that still hasn’t happened.
Council Officials Suggest Selling Land in Liberties for Student Housing
It’s a smallish patch – but some local councillors say they’re against the idea as they grow more concerned about the lack of apartments and houses being built in the neighbourhood.
Council Chief Suggests Selling Off Some Land to Fund Super Depots
Some of the other depot sites could be used for social and affordable housing, a report to councillors says.
One Woman Documents Her 15-Year Battle for a Healthy Home
From a hole in the kitchen wall to drips from the ceiling, over the years Rita Cahill has catalogued an array of problems with her home, built as part of the Ballymun regeneration.
In Rathmines, Councillors and Residents Want More Say in Future of Depot Site
The council plans to sell it off to a private developer, as part of its strategy to create a super depot in Ballymun for its waste-management services.
What’s Going on Now with the Bolt Hostel?
A year ago, Dublin City Council and housing activists clashed in court over the occupation of a vacant Bolton Street building. It’s still empty.
The Bolt Hostel Falls Vacant, Again
On Friday, housing activists quit a city-council-owned building on Bolton Street that they had occupied, ending a stand-off with Dublin City Council.