Property owners responded to the lifting of the eviction ban saying it is ‘essential’ that the rental market is allowed to return to ‘some normality’. Photograph: iStock

Evictions of people from rental accommodation can resume from Friday as a grace period following last week’s lifting of the ban ends. Housing charity(...)

St Helen’s Court residents Onani Ngwenya, Tony Geraghty, Sean Mitchell, and Yang Choo and her son Austin Choo (9). Photograph: Tom Honan

A group of south Dublin tenants, including sick, older people and a child with special needs, face eviction next month after a four-year battle with t(...)

A deserted Grafton Street during the pandemic. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

It has had an impact like no other. Hundreds of thousands of people have been out of work for some time, many since March 2020. Hotels are closed, hai(...)

The existing moratorium on evictions and rent increases has been extended for a brief period of time.

Measures to prevent vulnerable households from being pushed into homelessness are required before a ban on evictions and rent increases is lifted, the(...)

Property owners have reacted angrily to a planned extension by Government of a ban on rent increases and evictions

Property owners have reacted angrily to a planned extension by Government of a ban on rent increases and evictions. Minister for Housing Darragh O’Br(...)

Those getting rent supplement are expected to contribute towards rental costs. The minimum contribution for a single person in receipt of a basic supplementary welfare allowance and not subject to an age-related reduction on their social welfare payment is €30 per week. Photograph: Alan Betson

Landlords and tenants: you can’t have one without the other. And as Covid-19 is bringing choppy waters for both right now, their fates, as ever, are i(...)

Oireachtas housing committee chairman Noel Rock TD. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

The rising number of people recorded as living in emergency accommodation in the latest official figures is “particularly remarkable” as it comes at a(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy. Photograph: Tom Honan

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has said rent pressure zones are starting to work despite a 7 per cent year-on-year increase in rents nationwide. (...)

Data published by the Department of Housing shows that of the 25,814 dwellings that were inspected in 2018, a total of 20,414 were substandard.

More than 80 per cent of private rental accommodation that was inspected last year failed to meet the minimum standards required by law, new figures s(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has defended co-living, describing the concept as ‘exciting’. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

One of the first proposed co-living developments has been refused planning permission by An Bord Pleanála. Bartra Capital Property Group’s proposal f(...)

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