Miceal McGovern, the CEO of the approved housing body Cabhru Housing Association Services (CHAS), resigned recently amid questions about his use of social homes.
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Councillors Remain Concerned About Selling Land to Charity That Provides Social Housing
The charity’s CEO says he used an apartment as an office. But “it is supposed to be used for social housing, it should not be an office”, says independent Councillor Anthony Flynn.
In Mountjoy Square, Disparate Visions for a Park’s Future
While one residents’ group pushes to have the park restored to its Georgian-era state, others like it better the way it is today, football pitch and all.
While Government Dreams Big, Residents Wait Years for New Pedestrian Crossing Lights
Some say that important quick transport wins – ones that would make it safer to cycle, or cross the road – are sometimes held hostage to big-ticket, long-term projects.
Pilot Underground Bottle Bank in Works for Mountjoy Square
Finding places to put overground bottle banks has become harder and harder, as they can be noisy and unsightly so neighbours don’t want them nearby.
For Mountjoy Square Apartments, Questions Over Speed of Planning Enforcement
When fire broke out at 1/2 Mountjoy Square in February, some pointed to a history of planning complaints at the property.