Eoghan Murphy

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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(...)

Rates for businesses in Dún Laoghaire and south-east Dublin had been due for review. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A decision on the level of rates every business in Dún Laoghaire and across south-east Dublin will pay for the next decade has been postponed until ne(...)

New figures published on Thursday shows there were a total of 6,552 adults and 3,355 children in emergency accommodation during a week in March, totalling 9,907. Photograph: iStock

The number of homeless people continued to fall in March, dropping below 10,000, amid warnings against complacency in the aftermath of Covid-19 restri(...)

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(...)

Minister for Planning  Eoghan Murphy. A spokesman said: ‘The Minister made an order on March 29th extending all periods and timelines specified in the Planning Act by 23 days until April 20th.’ File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Department of Housing has said it is preparing to issue a series of directives to local authorities to automatically extend the duration of existi(...)

Gardaí are investigating the payment of money to criminals extorting building contractors on a Dublin City Council (offices pictured) housing scheme

A Garda investigation into payments to criminals extorting building contractors on a Dublin City Council housing scheme is examining what, if anything(...)

These are unique and challenging  times for landlords and tenants.

Will tenants have to prove they can’t pay the rent under legal changes to help them during the coronavirus crisis, or is this a blanket rent freeze re(...)

Rose  Cottage:  it  was vacated in the last decade and has fallen into disrepair.  Photograph: James Forde

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has been given permission for extensive refurbishment of a historic house in the Phoenix Park after scrapping plans t(...)

The Government approved a request by Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy to extend the period of public participation in planning applications by three weeks. File photograph: Getty

The Government has agreed to immediate changes in the planning application process necessitated by the Covid-19 emergency. In an incorporeal meeting (...)

Primark, which trades as Penneys in the Republic, is withholding rent payments here, it confirmed. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

Penneys is withholding rent on its 37 stores in the Republic as part of a wider move by the clothing retailer to suspend payments to landlords during (...)

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