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Affordable housing

The Local Authority Affordable Purchase Scheme helps people on low to moderate incomes buy homes at reduced prices. New homes under this scheme are located in areas with the greatest housing need and where affordability is an issue. The local authority takes a percentage stake in your home that covers the reduction in price. So, if you buy the home at a 20 per cent discount the local authority will have a 20 per cent stake in your home. If you want, you can buy back the local authority’s stake at any time, but you don’t have to. This scheme is aimed at first-time buyers, but there are some exceptions to this.

Motion to bring health professionals home and end crisis driving them abroad – Clarke

Local Sinn Féin constituency representative, Deputy Sorca Clarke, has called on her Dáil Éireann colleagues to back the party’s motion to stop nurses and midwives being forced to emigrate due to the cost of living and housing crises.

Latest Index report shows an annual increase in rents for new tenancies - RTB

The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) has published the Q2 2022 Rent Index report today for the period of April to June 2022.

Chambers welcomes Mayo's first affordable housing scheme


Reducing affordable homes damages growth, CPRE states

Commenting on reports the government plans to reduce the number of affordable homes built by a fifth through scrapping relevant planning policies, Tom Fyans, interim CEO of CPRE, the countryside charity, said this week that such a development would be a damaging move.

Rental costs show Government has 'lost control' of housing market

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Sinn Féin TD Rose Conway Walsh has said that the latest report on house rental prices has shown the government has 'lost control' of the housing market.

Council to build 2,400 social and affordable homes

Galway City Council has committed to delivering more than 2,400 social and affordable homes in the next five years in line with a target set by the Government under its national Housing For All policy.

ALHomecare – caring for elderly people in their own home — at an affordable cost

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We all want our elderly relatives to get the best possible care....ideally in the comfort of their own home. But how do we go about organising this?

Two in three people renting as they cannot afford a home - Threshold report

‘We are Generation Rent’ is the theme of this year’s annual Tenant Sentiment Survey 2022 carried out by Threshold, Ireland’s national housing charity.

Over 600 responses to affordable housing survey so far

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Mayo County Council has received over 600 responses from people interested in availing of an affordable housing scheme if one becomes available in the county.


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