— Andrew Byrne (@andrew_byrne_) May 16, 2019
Empty properties at Seatown Road, Swords, Co Dublin in July 2018
Work being done on the properties at Seatown Road, Swords, Co Dublin today
Chief Executive at Fingal County Council Paul Reid tweetz:
A view from the offices of Fingal County Council now. Major investment in family hubs, social houses and new builds. Continuing to far exceed every target set for us on housing & homeless. 62% ahead of target up to 2017. Will deliver ahead of target for 2018 also.
Empty gaffs to Broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Empty Gaffs’
Previously: The Empty Gaffs Around The Corner
A chalet for rent in Moonacre, Nevinstown Lane, Swords, Co Dublin.
For €765 a month.
Cosy wooden chalet, central heating, kitchen/living room, one bedroom with walk-in wardrobe, bathroom with shower. New 36″ TV in living room. Set in private, well-maintained gardens. Country setting yet only two minutes’ walk from Airside Retail Park. Close to Swords village, the Wright Venue, VHI, Tara, Winthrope Clinic and only five minutes’ drive to the airport. Suitable for one person only please.
Another candidate for the letting of shame 2018…
Not the worst we’ve seen, in fairness.
But sure isn't it any wonder? Look at this nonsense in the papers.
"Escape the middle and working class! Earn €€€€€€€! Order now and receive a free tent for the racecourse!" pic.twitter.com/FRlqe0O9Zk
— Dr Nguyen Van Faulk (@dr_faulk) April 4, 2018
Swordsmith brothers Matt and Kerry Stagmer and their crew of blacksmiths forge a series of Walking Dead inspired zombie killing implements for your delectation.