Ukrainians to be moved out of Dublin hotel to make room for asylum seekers
Officials are coming under pressure to find more accommodation after a surge in asylum applications at the same time as the arrival of 29,000 Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion
Hundreds of Ukrainian refugees are to be moved out of a Dublin hotel to make room for asylum seekers from other countries as the state’s supply of emergency accommodation comes under increased strain.
The Department of Children told residents in the Address Hotel near Connolly Station last week that single people will be moved to St Patrick’s College Campus and families of two will be moved to Dublin City University’s Glasnevin Campus.
“We apologise sincerely ...