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Just another manic week in our property sector

From a no confidence motion in Eoghan Murphy to an upgrading of Apollo House, it was an eventful seven days

30th September, 2018

It was another manic week in the world of Irish property last week, in particular for Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy, who predictably will retain the poisoned chalice that is the current housing portfolio following a failed, Sinn Féin-led motion of of no confidence in him on Tuesday evening.

The motion was tabled by the party in response to an increase in the numbers of people who have become homeless since Murphy became...

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