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The Housing Minister has revealed that he is to meet with the CEO of Donegal County Council tomorrow for a discussion on the Defective Blocks Redress Scheme.   Minister Darragh O’Brien was responding to questions from Donegal TD Padraig MacLochlainn who highlighted the need for urgent alternative accommodation so Mica…

The Tánaiste has reiterated that the Government is keen to see the new Mica Redress Scheme up and running as soon as possible.   The long awaited enhanced scheme is expected to be given the green light in the New Year.   Leo Varadkar also says that he would like…

Mica homeowners claim the concrete block levy will see their rebuilding costs increase by tens of thousands of euro.   The charge was originally introduced at 10 per cent, but has been reduced to 5 per cent.   It was due to be introduced in April, but is now expected…

A Sligo Councillor is calling on the government to make a definitive statement on whether the concrete levy will be scraped or not. There have been conflicting reports over the past couple of days in relation to the introduction of the controversial levy that was announced recently in the Budget.…

It’s being claimed that the government are circulating old speeches made by a two Donegal Sinn Féin TD’s in an attempt to justify the introduction of the new concrete levy.   The Dáil will debate a motion this evening calling for the new concrete levy to be scrapped.   The…