Dublin City Council owed more than €30 million in housing rent
Dublin City Council data shows that €33.1 million in unpaid rent is owed by tenants going back years
Dublin City Council is owed more than €30 million in unpaid local authority housing rent, new figures show.
Data supplied by the council shows that it had collected over €92 million in rent by the end of last year, but is still owed €33.1 million in unpaid rent stretching back over many years.
The council has said it takes the matter of unpaid rent seriously and that its housing officers engage with tenants by telephone,...
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