Priory Hall residents appeal to Nama for housing solution

Residents of the Priory Hall apartment complex in Dublin have appealed for vacant properties controlled by Nama to be made available as part of a long-term solution.

12th February, 2012

Residents of the Priory Hall apartment complex in Dublin have appealed for vacant properties controlled by Nama to be made available as part of a long-term solution to the problems at the development.

Allowing evacuated residents to transfer their mortgages from apartments in Priory Hall to currently empty equivalent units controlled by Nama would be a positive solution, say the residents.

Many of the residents evacuated from Priory Hall are now being housed in Nama...

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