Mica homeowners refuse to sign off on working group report

Representatives from Donegal have told the Department of Housing they are unhappy with the contents of a report which did not recommend a full 100% redress scheme

1st October, 2021
Mica homeowners refuse to sign off on working group report
Homeowners were asked to revert to the Department of Housing with any ‘factual corrections’ to the working group’s report this afternoon. Picture: Niall Carson

Homeowners on the state’s defective blocks grant working group have formally refused to sign off on a report which did not recommend a full 100 per cent redress scheme for mica-damaged homes.

Representatives on the group this afternoon called the report, circulated to homeowners late last night, “fundamentally flawed” and said it was “lacking in any detail or depth”.

It came after Paul Benson, principal officer at the Department of...

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