It wasn’t until after cabinet had decided to lift it that the public learnt the full extent of how many households had eviction notices.
No cost-rental homes under construction in Dublin city
A Dublin City Council report suggests just 75 cost-rental homes will be built in its area by the council, LDA and AHBs between now and the end of 2024. And that may be an overestimate.
Renters weigh up the risks of staying on beyond their eviction date
Overholding can be risky, costly and stressful – but more tenants are considering it out of desperation.
What happened to the Housing Minister’s crackdown on rent-control breaches?
Eighteen months ago, Darragh O’Brien announced an aggressive push to enforce rent controls. What happened next?
Only tenants in registered tenancies can claim rent tax credit, Revenue says
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.
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.
20% of Bill for Room in Aparto’s Student Complexes Down to Charges on top of Rent
Landlords can legally add charges, but which charges are allowed is disputed. And it’s a practice that leaves tenants vulnerable to faster-growing payments even if, on paper, the rents have only risen in line with rent controls.
Landlords and Tenants Ignore RTB Rulings Too Often, Board Members Worry
The issue of determination orders being ignored “could undermine the credibility of the board”, say the minutes of an RTB board meeting in 2021.
Former Garda, Previously Convicted for Breaching Fire-Safety, Rented Out Homes Using a False Name
Since the RTB won’t hear a case unless it knows the landlord’s full name, his tenants struggled to get their complaints about him heard.
In Rathmines, a Landlord Looks to Evict Two Buildings of Tenants
“We are going to be the new homeless,” says one. “I hope I’m wrong but I don’t see too many opportunities.”