Special report: Banks guilty of Priory Hall incoherence

The lack of consensus among the lenders to Priory Hall mortgage holders is adding to the shambles, reports Fearghal O'Connor.

14th September, 2013
Priory Hall: 180 families were forced to leave their homes two years ago after fire hazards were identified. Photo: Feargal Ward

There are significant differences in how different banks are dealing with the Priory Hall crisis. Some residents can see light at the end of the tunnel, with their banks signalling a willingness to cut deals. Others, however, are facing threats of legal action.

The lack of certainty is causing huge additional stress, according to residents' representatives. It is also hampering efforts to find a collective solution, they say.

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