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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 7:13 pm 
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temene wrote:
It comes from an ESRI report(Chapter 4) last October forecasting 640k - 1.1m population increase by 2030.
They project net immigration of 39k pa to 2021, followed by 28k pa after that. The report links the rise to Brexit, based on Ireland being the only English speaking country left in the EU after Brexit.

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So about 450k through immigration at the high end scenario.
With the rest of the 1.1m to come from people living longer and increased fertility rates which seems to be an unusual scenario in current Western societies.


But, you forgot.

Ireland is DIFFERENT!!!

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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Fri May 04, 2018 9:44 am 
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I would say there are dozens of houses/flats in this area with similar over crowding

'Everyone needs to get the f**k out' - Up to 40 tenants living in slum-like conditions threatened with eviction
In one house 18 tenants live with only one bathroom between them
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/n ... 71811.html
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Pedro Martinez (25) has been living in a tiny box room in the attic of one of the houses since August.
“We were told originally that there would only be six people in the house but there are five in the basement, eight in the middle floor and five up in the attic,” he said.

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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Fri May 04, 2018 4:22 pm 
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Tenants were told the owner would return their deposits of up to €500 personally at a later date.


Yeah real soon LOL

So if the deposit was €500 could we assume they were paying €500 a month

€500 X 18 not bad

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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 10:56 am 
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Further proof of how the Open Border movement is sticking it to the capitalist pigs

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Further proof of how the Open Border movement is sticking it to the capitalist pigs


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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2018 11:11 pm 
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North Inner city again

Second mass eviction by 'mystery' landlords in one week
The overcrowded houses were sold in February, according to the Property Price Register
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/n ... 91226.html
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Tenants living in Dublin’s north inner city are being forced out onto the streets by a group of “mystery” landlords in what is the second mass eviction in one week.
Up to 40 tenants have been told to vacate two houses in Summerhill for fire safety reasons.
Dublin Fire Brigade inspected the properties on Tuesday and found them to be in breach of fire safety regulations.
However, according to the Property Price Register, these two houses were each sold for €350,000 three months ago...
...Washington Bertolino da Silva (33), who has lived in one of the houses for two years, spoke to Independent.ie as he was packing up his belongings and searching on Facebook for somewhere to spend the night.....
....This house is divided into three flats shared by 24 people altogether.
The five neighbouring houses are rented in the exact same manner, with people sleeping in the basement, the middle floors and in the attic.


Awful to see students having to live in conditions like this. Where are the Union of Students in Ireland on this?


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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 1:19 am 
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North Inner city again

Second mass eviction by 'mystery' landlords in one week
The overcrowded houses were sold in February, according to the Property Price Register
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/n ... 91226.html
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Tenants living in Dublin’s north inner city are being forced out onto the streets by a group of “mystery” landlords in what is the second mass eviction in one week.
Up to 40 tenants have been told to vacate two houses in Summerhill for fire safety reasons.
Dublin Fire Brigade inspected the properties on Tuesday and found them to be in breach of fire safety regulations.
However, according to the Property Price Register, these two houses were each sold for €350,000 three months ago...
...Washington Bertolino da Silva (33), who has lived in one of the houses for two years, spoke to Independent.ie as he was packing up his belongings and searching on Facebook for somewhere to spend the night.....
....This house is divided into three flats shared by 24 people altogether.
The five neighbouring houses are rented in the exact same manner, with people sleeping in the basement, the middle floors and in the attic.


Awful to see students having to live in conditions like this. Where are the Union of Students in Ireland on this?


Doing what they always do, trying to figure out a way to parlay their position at the top of the union into lucrative career in politics/media/activism

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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 7:30 am 
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FreeFallin wrote:
North Inner city again

Second mass eviction by 'mystery' landlords in one week
The overcrowded houses were sold in February, according to the Property Price Register
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/n ... 91226.html
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Tenants living in Dublin’s north inner city are being forced out onto the streets by a group of “mystery” landlords in what is the second mass eviction in one week.
Up to 40 tenants have been told to vacate two houses in Summerhill for fire safety reasons.
Dublin Fire Brigade inspected the properties on Tuesday and found them to be in breach of fire safety regulations.
However, according to the Property Price Register, these two houses were each sold for €350,000 three months ago...
...Washington Bertolino da Silva (33), who has lived in one of the houses for two years, spoke to Independent.ie as he was packing up his belongings and searching on Facebook for somewhere to spend the night.....
....This house is divided into three flats shared by 24 people altogether.
The five neighbouring houses are rented in the exact same manner, with people sleeping in the basement, the middle floors and in the attic.


Awful to see students having to live in conditions like this. Where are the Union of Students in Ireland on this?

They are being asked to leave to allow the landlord can improve the living conditions of the property. However these improvements come with costs for landlord and tenant.


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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 9:37 am 
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Luan wrote:
They are being asked to leave to allow the landlord can improve the living conditions of the property. However these improvements come with costs for landlord and tenant.

That and the small fact of serious overcrowding, breach of fire safety regulations etc etc


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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 1:56 pm 
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FreeFallin wrote:
Luan wrote:
They are being asked to leave to allow the landlord can improve the living conditions of the property. However these improvements come with costs for landlord and tenant.

That and the small fact of serious overcrowding, breach of fire safety regulations etc etc

And that point is being addressed by the landlord - however the downside is x people are looking to secure new accommodation.


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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 9:00 am 
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Eight people in a 2 bed flat
€135pp pw : Apartments comprise of two bedrooms and two bathrooms, fully fitted kitchen, laundry washing machine and dryer, cable television, internet, microwave, central heating. Each room has two bunk beds, meaning each apartment can sleep up to eight people.

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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 1:09 pm 
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8 x people sharing a flat is better result than 2 people sharing it with the other 6 sleeping rough.

Government policy is needed to encourage building and investment in the sector by private landlords. The harsh reality - there are not enough rental properties and current policy does nothing more than make life difficult for the small time landlord.


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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 5:51 pm 
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Luan wrote:
8 x people sharing a flat is better result than 2 people sharing it with the other 6 sleeping rough.

Government policy is needed to encourage building and investment in the sector by private landlords. The harsh reality - there are not enough rental properties and current policy does nothing more than make life difficult for the small time landlord.

I would imagine that HMS Vengeance would be more spacious!
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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2018 1:08 pm 
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FreeFallin wrote:
North Inner city again

Second mass eviction by 'mystery' landlords in one week
The overcrowded houses were sold in February, according to the Property Price Register
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/n ... 91226.html
Quote:
Tenants living in Dublin’s north inner city are being forced out onto the streets by a group of “mystery” landlords in what is the second mass eviction in one week.
Up to 40 tenants have been told to vacate two houses in Summerhill for fire safety reasons.
Dublin Fire Brigade inspected the properties on Tuesday and found them to be in breach of fire safety regulations.
However, according to the Property Price Register, these two houses were each sold for €350,000 three months ago...
...Washington Bertolino da Silva (33), who has lived in one of the houses for two years, spoke to Independent.ie as he was packing up his belongings and searching on Facebook for somewhere to spend the night.....
....This house is divided into three flats shared by 24 people altogether.
The five neighbouring houses are rented in the exact same manner, with people sleeping in the basement, the middle floors and in the attic.


Awful to see students having to live in conditions like this. Where are the Union of Students in Ireland on this?

Those houses that were vacated have now being taken over by 'activists'
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social- ... -1.3589682
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Housing activists who last night occupied a vacant house in inner city Dublin said they have received a “great community response” to the action.
In May 20 foreign nationals were evicted with only 24 hours notice from the property, after an inspection by Dublin Fire Brigade found fire safety concerns.
On Tuesday evening a coalition of housing campaign groups entered the building, 35 Summerhill Parade, Ballybough, and occupied it....
....The groups involved in the protest included Dublin Central Housing Action, student group Take Back Trinity, the Dublin Renters’ Union, and a Dublin branch of left wing group Brazilian Left Front.


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 Post subject: Re: 40 tenants in one house
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