Tuesday December 1, 2020

Vultures loom: Tyrrelstown tenants fear turmoil ahead

The Dublin rental market is not working, leaving many with nowhere to go, writes Fearghal O'Connor

14th March, 2016
A protest over the homeless and housing crisis last December Pic: RollingNews.ie

For the residents of Cruise Park in Tyrrelstown who face serious upheaval in their lives over the coming months, even organising a proper meeting to decide on a way forward is problematic.

The local pub where the new GAA club used to arrange its fundraising drives has shut down and renting a room in the nearby hotel is pricey. Instead, last week, when I went out there, small groups of residents gathered outside their homes...

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