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international / housing / other press Monday November 17, 2008 10:03 by Terence
In a clear example of the hollowness of politicians in the current economic crisis, where they claim the bailouts to the wealthy are designed to help the ordinary people, a British court ruling has now up the ante on the attack against the people by allowing a ruling which permits people to be evicted from their homes after missing just 2 monthly payments read full story / add a comment
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dublin / housing / news report Tuesday October 07, 2008 18:19 by Paula Geraghty   text 8 comments (last - saturday january 16, 2010 07:49)   image 16 images
Protests continue outside Dublin City Council by communities by communities betrayed by property developers. read full story / add a comment
national / housing / event notice Saturday September 20, 2008 02:01 by The Unwelcome Guest
Long mooted, it has become clear in recent weeks that despite all advice to the contrary from International think tanks and anyone with a modicum of sense, Fianna Fail, perhaps aided and abetted by the Green Party are moving closer to rolling out a bailout scheme for their developer buddies. This scheme will be disguised as "assistance" to the low paid, it will be advertised as much needed relief for the First Time Buyer but in reality is nothing but a misuse of Tax Payer's funds and a direct contribution to keeping already too high Property Prices where they are and bailing out the Brown Envelope Brigade, the Developers who have bankrolled FF forever... read full story / add a comment
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antrim / housing / opinion/analysis Tuesday August 26, 2008 21:08 by Sean Matthews   image 2 images
While the rest of us are coming to terms with a deepening recession, growing house repossessions, stagnation in rises and steep rise in the cost of living. In the face of a so-called downturn in the housing market and credit crunch, the wealthy in the form of parasitic property developers and speculators expect to be bailed out by the Government for their calculated era in borrowing too much from Banks and leading to first time buyers read full story / add a comment
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dublin / housing / news report Friday July 25, 2008 15:13 by Northside Anarchist   text 1 comment (last - thursday august 07, 2008 11:02)   image 2 images
A strong message has been sent to developers Quinn Property over the future of Seagrange Park, Baldoyle, following a public meeting held at Bayside community hall last week (Tuesday July 15th). read full story / add a comment
dublin / housing / other press Tuesday July 22, 2008 09:58 by Paul D   text 1 comment (last - tuesday july 22, 2008 23:36)   image 4 images

The recent collapse of 5 housing regeneration schemes in Dublin city has been a massive blow to the communities involved.
The group campaigning for regeneration in St Michael’s estate in Inchicore have set up an en excellent website. The site can be found at www.stmichaelsestate.ie.
Campaigners are appealing of continued solidarity and support. A petition can be signed on the site.
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national / housing / event notice Thursday July 10, 2008 14:20 by Seomra Spraoi   text 1 comment (last - tuesday july 15, 2008 17:14)   image 3 images
As the search for a new premises continues,Seomra Spraoi cordially invites you
to an evening of musical entertainment,craic and frolics in the Lower Deck,Portobello.
Do join us!
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dublin / housing / news report Tuesday July 01, 2008 10:51 by BalconyTV.Com
On May 19th Dublin City Council announced that the Public Private Partnership regeneration deal it had with McNamara/Castlethorn Construction to develop St Michael's Estate will not go ahead as planned. read full story / add a comment
international / housing / other press Friday June 27, 2008 02:43 by D.Day   text 2 comments (last - friday july 04, 2008 20:00)
Besides pigeon dung, homelessness is among the top concerns for organizers of the Republican National Convention. Not because they want to solve the homelessness problem, but because it’s going to be right across the street from their convention.

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international / housing / feature Tuesday June 17, 2008 01:27 by Michael Gallagher   text 2 comments (last - tuesday july 01, 2008 22:33)   image 4 images
For further information contact: Rita Fagan 087 6319004 or John Bisset 087 9889132

http://www.ireland.com/newspaper/breaking/2008/0519/bre...8.htm

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dublin / housing / event notice Saturday June 14, 2008 21:35 by helix
Bloomsday Doomsday
Monday June 16th
Demo starting at city hall at 10:30 AM
In support of residents of St Michael’s Estate, Inichicore, Devaney Gardens, and Dominick St whose are going to be left homeless due to the collapse of the PPP.
Bloomsday clobber encouraged.
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dublin / housing / news report Tuesday June 10, 2008 10:08 by BalconyTV   text 2 comments (last - tuesday june 10, 2008 10:57)   image 8 images
Property developer Bernard McNamara has been asked to pull out of two stalled development projects in Dublin so negotiations can begin with other contractors.
At a meeting of the council last night the assistant city manager said there had been no progress made in discussions on the St Michael's Estate, Inchicore and Dominick Street projects, and the council wants McNamara to pull out of the schemes so negotiations can be held with other bidders. read full story / add a comment
dublin / housing / event notice Friday June 06, 2008 10:09 by Social Housing
Residents from Dominick St., St Michaels Estate and O'Deveny Gardens continue their protests at Dublin City Council over colapse of housing plans. read full story / add a comment
dublin / housing / press release Thursday June 05, 2008 17:03 by St Michael’s Estate
St Michael’s Estate are organising a protest in collaboration with St. O Devaney Gardens & Dominick Street on Monday the 9th of June at 6.00pm at City Hall to coincide with the Dublin City Council meeting scheduled for 7.00pm. read full story / add a comment
dublin / housing / press release Thursday May 29, 2008 12:10 by Rita Fagan and Dr John Bissett

Residents of St Michael’s Estate appealed today to John Gormley, Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, to step in and sort out the PPP regeneration mess left behind by Dublin City Council and McNamara after the collapse of five PPP Regeneration Projects. read full story / add a comment
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national / housing / feature Tuesday May 27, 2008 01:18 by Paula Geraghty   text 17 comments (last - saturday june 07, 2008 20:32)   image 20 images
'We'll be back', promised residents of St Michael's Estate, O'Devaney Gardens, Sean McDermott St and Dominic Street at a protest held outside Dublin City Council at a special meeting held on the evening of May 26th. Plans to redevelop the areas collapsed when wealthy developer, Bernard McNamara, cried off because he wouldn't make enough money. read full story / add a comment
dublin / housing / event notice Sunday May 25, 2008 18:25 by Housing is a right
Tenants angered that a multi millionaire developer has pulled out of regeneration plans for 5 marginalised communities because he wouldn't make enough money out of it. Join the protest Monday 6pm City Hall dame St. Be there and make some noise. read full story / add a comment
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international / housing / other press Monday April 21, 2008 14:57 by redjade   text 1 comment (last - monday april 21, 2008 15:00)   image 1 image
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Don't ignore the Homeless
dublin / housing / feature Friday April 11, 2008 16:36 by Pip, Damo, Ger, Foxey, Jot   text 13 comments (last - friday april 18, 2008 10:34)   image 2 images
The following article was written by an Adult Education discussion and research group based in the north inner city. It was a collective effort by Ger, John, Pip, Jonathan Wheelock and Damian. For us it is important to discuss homelessness because it is not just something that we pass by on the streets guiltily ignoring people or handing out a few pence depending on our humour. It is definitely not something we just read about in reports or newspapers- it is a problem that we have or could experience in the future. Everyone in the media talks about the Celtic Tiger but we don’t see it in our areas and we see more people on the streets rather than less and we want to know why.
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limerick / housing / press release Saturday March 08, 2008 03:07 by RSF
A spokesperson for Republican Sinn Fein, who is also a member of an advisory committee working with the Regeneration Boardin the Southside of Limerick said that while some City Counllors are complaining about a lack of information
the reality is that the City Council abandoned many housing estates down the years

"Attempts by some members of Limerick City Council to
place obstacles in the way of the new Regeneration Boards
must be condemned. " read full story / add a comment
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