Seán Canney. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

The Government has been criticised as being “no better than the banks” as a mortgage scheme for first-time buyers pulls loan offers to borrowers whose(...)

The council had planned to cover the cost of the project by selling smaller depot sites.

Dublin city councillors have approved €34 million in borrowing to fund the construction of a facility in Ballymun for outdoor staff and equipment, fol(...)

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin city councillors will on Monday night be asked to approve €34 million in borrowing to fund the construction of facility in Ballymun for outdoor(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan  Murphy said 5,000 homes had been built in the first quarter of the year before sites were shut down. File photograph: The Irish Times

The Dáil has heard warnings that just 18,000 new homes could be built by the end of the year. And this despite a target of 25,000 for 2020. Fianna Fá(...)

The Department of Housing said work has focused on ensuring a simplified application process for mortgage relief for those in financial difficulties. File photograph: PA

Homeowners with mortgages from their local authority will now be able to apply for a three-month payment break due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Mi(...)

Dublin City Council is to take control of Berkeley Street’s James McSweeney House from housing association Cabhru, following controversy over operations. Image: Google Street View

The recently resigned chief executive of a Dublin housing charity was living with a family member in a social housing flat complex intended for senior(...)

Dublin City Council said it would not go ahead  with the planned transfer of lands for the redevelopment of James McSweeney House, a senior citizens’ complex on Berkeley Street, to Cabhru Housing Association Services,  until recently known as the Catholic Housing Aid Society (Chas). File photograph: Google Street View

A well-known housing charity, which provides homes for senior citizens in Dublin, is under investigation by Dublin City Council amid claims against th(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy said in April all loans approved under the scheme ‘will be honoured’. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Hundreds of millions in funding has been allocated to local authorities to bolster the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan Scheme, which was thrown into doub(...)

The 84 residential units include 34 one-bedroom apartments, 44 two-bedroom apartments and six three-bedroom apartments. Photograph: iStock

Irish investment group Tetrarch Capital has agreed to sell 84 apartments to the State’s largest approved housing body following a €10 million refurbis(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy. Photograph: Tom Honan

All home loans that local authorities have approved under the Rebuilding Ireland scheme “will be honoured and there should be no hesitation in facilit(...)

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