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By now, the supposed paradox has become a truism: how is it that a State, which a decade ago had a housing bubble, now has a shortage? Why, when various surveys show thousands of vacant housing units, are so many unable to secure a home? Why has housing turned from an 'issue' to a 'crisis'?
Some 600 new houses are set to be built in Galway on development land currently under NAMA control, but a local TD has demanded the organisation "step up its efforts" to dispose of more land it controls to "address the shortage of houses".
Mayo County Council's Economic Development and Enterprise Support Strategic Policy Committee, threw their weight behind finding a solution to securing the future of Westport House. The committee held a special meeting today (Wednesday, October 14) to discuss the future of the attraction after NAMA placed a loan attached to the estate up for sale as part of their Project Arrow portfolio.
Labour senator Lorraine Higgins has called for NAMA legislation to be changed to allow for more transparency and accountability.
A developer who couldn’t improve a site on Mullingar’s Dublin Road without negotiating with NAMA has pleaded guilty to failing to complete actions ordered in a Derelict Sites Notice.
The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) came in for strong criticism this week over the lack of progress to the works at the derelict part of the Silverbridge Shopping Centre in Claremorris.
The travails of Glenamaddy-native property developer Ray Grehan continue this week with the news that NAMA has moved to halt the sale of a New York apartment beside the Rockefeller Center, owned by Mr Grehan and his wife, which could fetch almost $1m if sold.
THE National Assets Management Agency has secured court orders enabling it to move against UK assets of Galway-native developer brothers Raymond and Daniel Grehan as part of its efforts to recover unpaid loans of more than €300 million.
A local councillor has come up with a novel idea to address the growing housing list in the Kilkenny area.
A Prime Time Investigates programme on property developers, which was aired this week, received the highest audience figures since the inception of the award-winning series in 2003. Prime Time Investigates – Carry On Regardless by reporter Rita O’Reilly and producer Bill Malone looked at leading NAMA developers who risked billions in the boom.