Government will not oppose motion to give full redress to mica-affected homeowners
Sinn Féin motion seeks 100 per cent redress as demonstration takes place outside Dublin Convention Centre today
The government is not expected to oppose a motion being brought forward by Sinn Féin today that will seek complete redress for homeowners affected by the mica scandal, the Business Post understands.
The previous government committed to support homeowners affected by the scandal by paying for 90 per cent of renovation costs to remedy the defects caused by cracked and crumbling mica bricks.
A demonstration is set to take place outside the...
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