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It’s been confirmed that Michael Doherty has stepped down from the Mica Action Group.   It’s after a new management committee was formed at the MAG AGM last night with ten people elected in, three of them former members.   Former PRO of the group Michael Doherty who was instrumental…

The PRO of the Mica Action Group believes the decision taken by Fine Gael and Donegal TD Joe McHugh to vote against a motion of no confidence is only prolonging the current Government in power and thereby prolonging the misery of Mica homeowners.   The vote comes as the Oireachtas…

The Mica Action Group says it intends to set up a political party.   Campaigners say homeowners affected by the crumbling block scandal are being ignored by politicians and won’t allow it continue any longer.   Activists have issue with the so-called 100 percent redress scheme which is capped at…

Some TDs are under increasing pressure to stand over promises made as it relates to campaigning for a 100% Mica Redress Scheme.   Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien is set to bring the legislation for the scheme to Cabinet this day week. It is expected that the legislation will provide remediation…

A member of the Mica Action Group says the recently published ‘Construction Costs for the Defective Concrete Blocks Grant Scheme’ is to be, overall, welcomed. Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland has recommended, based on material costs this year, an average rebuild cost of between €145 to €167 per square foot…

Homeowners affected by defective mica blocks will sit down with the Housing Minister on Wednesday. Residents along with representatives from local authorities and the Department of Housing, make up a working group set up to examine the scandal. They’ll begin by reviewing the compensation scheme available to homeowners, with a…