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It’s anticipated that Sligo homeowners affected by Mica will be added to the enhanced redress scheme at the end of July.   There had been some concern locally that the initial announcement failed to include County Sligo however a committee has been established and have been drafting procurement documents  …

The PRO of the Mica Action Group says he and other campaigners will regroup to discuss last night’s Dail debate on the defective blocks bill.   The Bill passed through the Dail last night as many amendments were voted down by the Government.   Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien is adamant…

Mica homeowners are set to take to the streets of Dublin today on what is expected to be a significant day for the Defective Blocks Bill.   A protest has been organised outside the gates of Leinster House as TDs gear up to vote on proposed amendments of the enhanced…

Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien has given reassurances that the final Mica Redress Scheme can be revisited should research find that the foundations of mica affected homes need to be replaced.   An independent investigation is currently ongoing as it relates to whether or not mica is present in the foundations…

The PRO of the Mica Action Group has described the General Scheme Document as it relates to the final Mica Redress Scheme as still not right.   Michael Doherty has labelled some of the details within the document as crazy stuff with a number of new red flags emerging.  …

The PRO of the Mica Action Group is reiterated that TDs are on notice and they must deliver on the enhanced Mica Redress Scheme.   An Oireachtas committee is due to sit this week to scrutinise the scheme for mica affected homeowners.   The Government approved legislation last week while…