Sligo Cllr rows in behind calls for full pre-legislative scrutiny on final Mica Redress Scheme

A Sligo Councillor and PRO of the Sligo Pyrite group has rowed in behind calls for a pre-legislative scrutiny to take place on the final Mica Redress Scheme.


100 percent redress will be given to homeowners to a maximum value of 420 thousand euro, which includes 25,000 euro for alternative accommodation while works are being carried out.


Speaking to Ocean FM news Sligo Drumcliff Councillor Tomas Healy says it’s absolutely essential that a full scrutiny take place: