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Permission granted for 3,500 new homes at Dublin's Poolbeg

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Permission granted for 3,500 new homes at Dublin's Poolbeg.

 Permission has been granted for 3,500 new homes on Dublin's Poolbeg peninsula with 25% earmarked for social and affordable housing.

Local representatives have welcomed the decision by An Bord Pleanála.

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Galway City Council calls for state of emergency over housing crisis

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Galway City Council calls for state of emergency over housing crisis.

Galway City Council has called on the Government to declare a state of emergency in relation to housing.

The move comes as increasing number of people experience homelessness in the west, with a shortage of rental properties causing significant distress for many others.

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AIB to cut fixed mortgage rates and offers 10 year rate

AIB to cut fixed mortgage rates and offers 10 year rate - Topcomhomes

AIB to cut fixed mortgage rates and offers 10 year rate.

AIB is set to introduce a range of lower fixed mortgage rates, as well as a new ten year fixed rate.

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€1.1 billion spent by corporate investors on homes last year

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€1.1 billion spent by corporate investors on homes last year.

Over €1.1 billion was spent by corporate investors on multi-unit residential schemes last year, according to a new report by property consultants Savills Ireland.

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€5m Capuchin donation to fund building of 25 homes

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€5m Capuchin donation to fund building of 25 homes

The Capuchin Day Centre has announced it is to donate €5m for a housing initiative.

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Rent pressure zones to be strengthened - Murphy

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Rent pressure zones to be strengthened - Murphy.

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has said the increase in homeless numbers is very disappointing and a number of people are at "the very blunt end of the housing difficulties".

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UN housing report a 'wake-up call' for Govt - Sinn Féin

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UN housing report a 'wake-up call' for Govt - Sinn Féin.

A UN report on housing has been called a "wake-up call" for the Government by the leader of Sinn Féin.

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HAP stopped for 650 tenants due to arrears

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HAP stopped for 650 tenants due to arrears.

Figures obtained by RTÉ News show that over 650 tenants had their Housing Assistance Payment stopped because they have fallen into arrears with their contribution to the payment.

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Call for Murphy to clarify home loan funding situation as scheme oversubscribed

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Call for Murphy to clarify home loan funding situation as scheme oversubscribed

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy is being called on to clarify whether a Government-backed mortgage scheme has been put on hold because it has run out of funding.

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Number of homeless reaches record high at almost 10,000

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Number of homeless reaches record high at almost 10,000

 The number of people homeless and living in emergency accommodation across the State has reached a record high and now stands just below 10,000.

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Minister defends €400m spend on HAP scheme.

Minister defends4 400m spend on HAP scheme

Minister defends €400m spend on HAP scheme.

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has defended the spending of €400m on the Housing Assistance Payment, saying it is needed to keep people out of emergency accommodation "or worse".

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New State lender for small developers launched

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New State lender for small developers launched.

A new State lender for small and medium sized builders and developers has opened for business today.

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Planning system in need of significant reform - Ibec

Planning system in need of significant reform - Ibec

Planning system in need of significant reform - Ibec

The organisation representing employers has called for significant reform of the planning system, including changes to the law governing Compulsory Purchase Orders.

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Banks now required to tell mortgage holders how to save

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Banks now required to tell mortgage holders how to save.

Irish banks are now required to give mortgage customers more information about their loan in order to help them save money by moving to a better rate or switching provider.

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Property partnership to invest €1bn in rental platform

Property partnership investment in rental platform in Ireland

Property partnership to invest €1bn in rental platform.

 A global private investment firm has partnered with an Irish property company and the Irish Strategic Investment Fund to build hundreds of private and social rental homes in Dublin and other major cities here.

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