Some 40 families fear homelessness after property loans sold to investment fund

The matter is being raised during a debate in the Dáil

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Some tennants and supporters of residents of a housing estate in Tyrrelstown, who are facing eviction, marching on the Dáil | Image:

Around 40 families say they have nowhere else to go, after being told their tenancies in Tyrrelstown will not be renewed.

Loans associated with the properties have been sold to an investment fund, which is planning to sell the properties.

The matter is being raised during a debate on housing and homelessness in the Dáil this afternoon.

Funke Tabun explains why she wants to stay in her home.

Damien Moore says he cannot find affordable housing in the area where they have to stay because of his son's medical needs.

His partner, Gillian Murphy, has this message to politicians who are debating the housing crisis this afternoon.