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Up to 2,000 people turned up outside the offices of Donegal County Coumncil in Lifford at the weekend for a protest demanding a 100% redress scheme for the owners of houses built by Mica-affected blocks. Protesters walked from the county council headquarters to the outskirts of Lifford, where they were…

A meeting which is being organised by the Donegal Mica 100% Redress No Less campaign group will take place later today.   The meeting is being to highlight issues with the current Mica redress scheme before the Defective Blocks Working Group’s talks conclude next month.   One of the issues…

Mica redress campaigners have taken their concerns about sub-standard construction products to the European Commission. Donegal Sinn Fein TD, Padraig MacLochlainn says there’s no doubt the State failed in its responsibilities to ensure concrete blocks were manufactured safely. Campaigners say the Irish Government has failed to ensure the safety of…

A Sligo Independent Councillor is expressing concern this morning over recent reports claiming that the Department of Housing are recommending to the Government not to agree to a 100% redress scheme for homes impacted by Mica.   It’s also being speculated that the county of Sligo where there are thought…