Residents facing eviction to meet Cerberus receiver

Their 51-unit block in Sandyford was sold by Nama as part of the Project Gem loan book

4th June, 2017
The Robin Hill apartments in south Co Dublin

Residents facing rising rents or eviction from the Robin Hill apartments in south Co Dublin are to hold talks this week with the receiver acting on behalf of the vulture fund Cerberus.

The 51-unit block in Sandyford was sold by Nama to Cerberus as part of the Project Gem loan book last year, and Cerberus is reported to be seeking to sell it on.

Residents will meet with Grant Thornton to discuss their concerns on...

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