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More than two years for Dublin City Council to turn around vacant homes for new tenants

Dublin City council turns around vacant homes for tenants

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07.30 9 Nov 2021


More than two years for Dublin City Council to turn around vacant homes for new tenants


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07.30 9 Nov 2021


It is taking more than two years for Dublin City Council to turn around vacant homes for new tenants.  That’s according to a new report by the Local Government Audit service. For reaction to this report Ciara spoke to Nial Ring, Former Lord Mayor of Dublin, and City Councillor.

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