The Planning and Development (Housing) And Residential Tenancies Bill due for debate has been pulled from today’s proceedings.

A Government comms person writes:

We are not in a position to take the Planning and Development (Housing and Residential Tenancies) Bill 2016 today, and now propose to take the Road Traffic Bill 2016 (AT 10AM THIS MORNING) which did not conclude last night

Panic Fight!

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It’s back on.

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7 thoughts on “Post No Bill

  1. Scundered

    Many TDs are landlords, why would they wish to limit their profits too quickly? Sure give it a bit longer.

  2. Vote Rep #1

    Do the proposals get rid of the 2 year rent review thing?

    If it still includes it, then I like it.

    Max of a 4% increase every 2 years? I’ll take that over the terror that comes with getting closer to the end of each lease.

    1. Anne

      The 2 years will cease once your area is deemed a pressure zone.

      It’ll be applicable if you’re still within a 2 year term..but ceases once your rent comes up for review..then it’s 4% per year.

  3. Junkface

    All politicians in the Dail should have their wages suspended and paid into a social housing fund until they actually work out something fair and just for the Irish people. Why are the tax payers paying these wealthy lazy career politicians to do nothing to solve the housing conditions in this country? If they believe in anything remotely close to the proclamation of 1916 they would sort this out immediately.

    They only believe in their own wealth accumulation.

  4. Junkface

    Everyone call their local FG TD and let them have it! The more noise we make, the more seriously they will take it.

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