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The Housing Minister hopes that the new Mica Redress Scheme will be rolled out by the end of the year.   The new scheme was signed into law by President Michael D. Higgins at the weekend and will see homeowners be provided with grants of up to €420,000 to homeowners…

A Donegal TD say he had no choice but to vote against the Defective Block redress scheme in the Dáil last night.   The Government lost its Dáil majority as a result of the actions taken by Deputy Joe McHugh who surrendered the party whip after have voted against the…

The Housing Minister has been further pressed for a timeline as to when the enhanced Mica Redress Scheme will be brought before Cabinet.   Homeowners had been expecting the Mica Bill to be brought before the Oireachtas this week however it’s now expected that that will happen on Tuesday next.…

The redress scheme for homeowners affected by the Mica scandal may have to be extended to other parts of the country. Government last night signed off on a compensation scheme which would see around 7,500 homeowners affected by the defective building blocks, receive 100% of the cost of rebuilding their…

A proposed scheme for mica affected homeowners may have a cap of up to €400,000.  That’s according to media reports this morning.  It’s also being speculated that the details of the scheme is set to go before cabinet on Tuesday week.       The Irish Times is claiming that…