Just seven new sites sourced for emergency accommodation
Details of sites in Galway, Dublin and Offaly come as State scrambles to find enough housing for Ukrainian refugees and international protection applicants
Just seven new sites have been sourced for emergency accommodation as part of the State’s efforts to house Ukrainian refugees and international protection applicants.
Details of the new sites have come as the State is scrambling to source a sufficient amount of accommodation to house the 75,000 Ukrainians who have come to Ireland since Russia invaded Ukraine.
Four of the buildings being renovated are in Galway, two are in Clondalkin, south Dublin, and one floor ...