Group to lobby for changes to new developments bill

The Irish Property & Facility Management Association (IPFMA) has called for urgent amendments to the Multi-Unit Developments Bill 2009.

19th September, 2009

The Irish Property & Facility Management Association (IPFMA) has called for urgent amendments to the Multi-Unit Developments Bill 2009.

The association, formed by the Society of Chartered Surveyors and representing 500 members, believes that the current legislative proposals do not sufficiently provide for an effective and workable mechanism to protect owners of future multi-unit developments.

Siobhan O’Dwyer, IPFMA junior vice chair, said that the dilution of the Law Reform Commission’s recommended legal protections render the overall provisions...

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