Family disputes are a leading cause of Dublin homelessness
New data suggests 40 per cent of homelessness cases over the winter have been caused by relations breaking down between parents and an adult child
Family disputes have emerged as the biggest cause of homelessness in Dublin over the winter.
Landlords giving eviction notices to their tenants used to account for around half of all new cases of people going into emergency accommodation, while family disputes accounted for around one-quarter of cases.
Family disputes accounted for 40 per cent of cases of homelessness last November, which was when a temporary eviction ban was introduced, 41 per cent in December and ...