Ellen O’Malley-Dunlop, CEO of the Rape Crisis Centre, outside 70 Leeson Street Lower, the centre’s home for 28 years. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Centre has raised €1m to buy Leeson Street headquarters but estate agent is seeking €1.8m

The Government last week announced a €25 million plan to tackle homelessness, including funding for additional emergency beds, a night cafe for homeless people, free transport to available hostels and a commitment to purchase a hotel under the control of Nama for an accommodation and assessment centre for homeless families. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Emergency home plan meant imperative over modular housing had passed, housing chief says

Threshold chairwoman Aideen Hayden has said the Government must introduce a strategy on private rented housing to prevent “economic evictions”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

More than 209,000 tenants have sought housing charity’s help over last decade

Former taoiseach Bertie Ahern TD at a special ceremony to mark the commencement of construction at Adamstown in west  Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

House density must stay the same in Dublin suburb as ‘excessive’ reductions blocked

Final negotiations to close a deal on the sale of public land for major new development at Croke Park will be held tomorrow.

Plans will create new ‘urban village’ in area and new entrance for stadium

A volunteer from Aviva Insurance pictured cleaning in Johns Lane West emergency homeless shelter which is a co-operation between Focus Ireland and The Peter McVerry Trust and with Focus Ireland’s corporate partner Aviva Insurance. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Peter McVerry Trust and Focus Ireland open facility in northwest inner city

Senior citizens housing complex on Gardiner Street, near Mountjoy Square, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Catholic Housing Aid Society will charge standard social housing rents to senior citizens

Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly this week said he would direct the four local authorities in Dublin to give 50 per cent of their accommodation allocation over the next six months to people who were vulnerable or homeless. Photograph: Eric Luke

Just more than 600 applicants from waiting list of nearly 20,000 were housed last year

 The number of emergency beds being made available has increased to 260 from the 220 previously pledged by Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly.   Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Four Nama office blocks and one hotel on offer for emergency accommodation

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