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In London alone 600 people a week more are now dying from heart attack because they were afraid to go to hospital.
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national / housing / opinion/analysis Tuesday November 14, 2006 13:22 by The Unwelcome Guest   text 31 comments (last - sunday august 28, 2011 03:32)   image 1 image
Low Yields turn off Irish Property Investors

November 13, 2006

A new survey shows that the majority of investors in the buy-to-let market do not plan to purchase another property in the next year. The survey was commissioned by EBS and Gunne Residential. read full story / add a comment
national / housing / other press Thursday November 09, 2006 12:09 by The Unwelcome Guest   text 1 comment (last - thursday november 09, 2006 12:24)
"If you accept that the bubble has popped, which most casual observers would, then we will have a period of rising inventories, falling sales and static price growth. There is nothing supporting current valuations, no supply deficit, potential investment returns, prospects of cheaper financing or outside macro economic developments.

We are on the slope of hope." - Duplex @ thepropertypin read full story / add a comment
sligo / housing / other press Tuesday October 17, 2006 20:55 by Sligo Champ   text 39 comments (last - tuesday november 18, 2008 02:27)
Sligo Labour Councillor Veronica Cawley voted against the provision of 24 Corpo houses in her local area.
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it all comes together. European are entitled to Housing. It is a right. Start with people - collectives - resist! then houses & playgrounds follow.
international / housing / news report Thursday October 12, 2006 18:57 by iosaf .:. ipsiphi   text 13 comments (last - monday october 16, 2006 10:47)   image 6 images
20 Ministers of Housing were supposed to hold a two day summit this forthcoming Monday & Tuesday. Ireland which has no such ministry might have gone along to observe. The location of the summit was to be Barcelona, which has only once before cancelled an international summit for "local security reasons" . The last cancellation was the World Bank meeting of 2001.

The right to housing campaign which has developed in Barcelona over the last years saw 15,000 ordinary people demonstrate peacefully on September 30th & then a "riot" occur last week over a redevelopment case. Central & city government sources as well those from the Housing movement offer conflicting accounts & reasons for the cancellation. read full story / add a comment
Sinn Féin Dun Laoghaire Housingt Protest
dublin / housing / press release Tuesday October 10, 2006 00:03 by Eoin O'Broin   image 1 image
To highlight Dún Laoghaire/Rathdown County Council’s shameful record for providing social housing Dún Laoghaire Sinn Féin picketed this evening’s council meeting. The protest was the first in a series of asctions aimed at highlighting the failure of the council to tackle the areas growing housing crisis. read full story / add a comment
dublin / housing / other press Monday September 25, 2006 10:16 by d'other   text 1 comment (last - friday september 29, 2006 11:04)
Anyone able to cast their mind back over the Robocop film franchise should be able to recall the many Omni Consumer Product ads featured in the film with their distinct dystopian undertones amidst a sea of promise. A similar style of ad has been circulating on the Irish inter-web as a viral video. Produced by the 'multi-disciplined, multi- talented' Wasaki Global Corporation it details the plans to build three islands off the coast of Dublin, complete with a replica Howth, 42,000 flats, 3 golf courses, several motor-ways and a giraffe only zoo. Yeah right says you., next they'll try and resurrect Atlantis. Word on the blogosphere would suggest that it's the work of an ad agency called Chemistry who conceived it as a stunt to launch new property website Funda Ireland. Clever bastards, eh? Well clever enough to take in a certain Labour politician on Morning Ireland earlier today. read full story / add a comment
Fitzwilliam Square Reclaimed On Mayday'04
national / housing / feature Wednesday September 06, 2006 14:25 by Indymedia Editorial Collective   text 3 comments (last - friday june 12, 2009 14:52)   image 2 images
Articles on the use of public space and state managed property read full story / add a comment
leitrim / housing / news report Tuesday September 05, 2006 21:11 by Ray   text 15 comments (last - monday may 14, 2007 19:05)
A LOCAL authority has come under fire after revelations it sold a prime development site in a thriving town centre for just €100. Leitrim County Council last week defended its decision to sell the town centre car park, which is estimated at being worth tens of thousands of euros. The land on Church Lane just off the Main Street in Manorhamilton was sold to the Manorhamilton Enterprise Forum Ltd, a voluntary group comprising of local businessmen. They have since sold it on to developers for an undisclosed "slight" profit who are in the process of building a major residential and commercial development on the site. The development was unsuccessfully appealed by a number of local residents to An Bord Pleanala in April and involved a petitions signed by Hundreds of local people. It has further emerged this week that the County Council have agreed to purchase back some of the development for €900,000. read full story / add a comment
international / housing / opinion/analysis Sunday September 03, 2006 19:30 by Michael Scølardt
The acquisition of Ungdomshuset was part of a large and radical squatting movement that challenged property rights and developed a vibrant culture based around these squatted houses. read full story / add a comment
Youth House
international / housing / news report Monday August 28, 2006 14:32 by w.   text 9 comments (last - friday november 10, 2006 22:06)   image 3 images
Copenhagen’s autonomous anti-capitalist social centre, Ungdomshuset (meaning "Youth House"), is to be evicted a Danish Jury decided today.
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national / housing / press release Sunday August 13, 2006 22:05 by Young Fine Gael   text 1 comment (last - monday august 14, 2006 23:13)
Young Fine Gael (YFG) President, Elizabeth Munnelly, has today (August 10th) called for the rejection of the social partnership agreement, “Towards 2016”, characterising it as a bad deal for the young people of Ireland. read full story / add a comment
international / housing / other press Wednesday August 02, 2006 19:54 by zee lumpen
During the summer of 1946, over 40,000 British people took the law into their own hands and squatted in property that they didn't own - initially disused military camps, then empty hotels and blocks of flats. It was an unprecedented movement of civil disobedience, and it presented Atlee's Labour Government with its first great crisis. Mark Whitaker tells the story - with testimony from several of the squatters themselves. read full story / add a comment
national / housing / press release Thursday July 27, 2006 13:03 by Roughan Mac Namara
FOCUS Ireland launches research which highlights Low Social & Affordable Housing under Part V

· Part V can still play a key role in delivering housing if report’s recommendations are acted upon
· Focus Ireland argues that cash payments in lieu of social & affordable housing should be avoided and only used as a “last resort”

Focus Ireland today launched “Building For Inclusion” - a research report that examines the effectiveness of Part V of the Planning and Development Act 2000-2004. First introduced in 2000, Part V of the Planning and Development Acts is widely known for the provision allowing local authorities to insist that up to 20 per cent of land in most housing developments be reserved for social and affordable housing.

Since its introduction the legislation has been never far from the headlines - when first introduced it was heavily resisted by the construction industry, referred to the Supreme Court to test its constitutionality and amended by the Government in 2002.

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international / housing / other press Monday July 17, 2006 16:59 by Barrington
Shanyrak shanty town in revolt

Last Friday, 14 July, police attacked shanty town dwellers in the Shanyrak area of Alma-Ata city, in Kazakhstan. Residents bravely fought back and scores were injured.
Continued at http://www.socialistworld.net read full story / add a comment
embarrassing.
dublin / housing / other press Sunday July 16, 2006 14:35 by w.   text 11 comments (last - saturday march 05, 2011 15:52)   image 1 image
Today's Sunday Tribune had a delightful story about anarchist squatters on leeson street finally being evicted after years of being the centre of the anarchist/anti-capitalist community. Great story except the house has been deserted since april 2004 when police harrassment in the build up to Mayday 2004 forced the occupants to seek other accommodation. It had been occupied for around 9months. read full story / add a comment
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dublin / housing / news report Sunday July 02, 2006 15:30 by richard whelan   text 5 comments (last - monday july 03, 2006 16:49)   image 16 images
Residents say goodbye to life as they knew it in Fatima Mansions read full story / add a comment
dublin / housing / event notice Tuesday June 27, 2006 22:06 by Paul Lynch
dublin / housing / press release Tuesday June 27, 2006 22:01 by Paul
Management fees – a licence to print money read full story / add a comment
national / housing / news report Thursday June 22, 2006 14:40 by Socialist   text 9 comments (last - wednesday june 24, 2009 12:09)
Taoiseach Bertie Ahern described Socialist Party TD Joe Higgins as a " failed person" and told him to "he will soon go away" during heated exchanges on the cost of housing. read full story / add a comment
Maryland's Residents Hold Blockdade At Marrowbone Lane Entrance
dublin / housing / news report Wednesday June 21, 2006 21:03 by James R   text 5 comments (last - wednesday october 04, 2006 02:19)   image 14 images
Residents in the vicinity of the construction being undertaken on the site of the recently demolished Fatima Mansions today protested at the entrance of their estate over the inadequacy of a long time promised traffic management system which had been promised to them prior to construction work beginning. Two simultaneous blockades were mounted at either end of Lorreta Road, residents joined and left with a fluctuating prescence of anywhere between ten and fifteen maintaining the line on either side of the estate. Marylands is an estate located close to the canal, just off Marrowbone Lane beside Cork Street. Traffic on any given day on Marrowbone Lane is hectic, with cars using it as a route to cut through the Liberties to reach Cork St, leaving a very narrow artery dangerously clogged with passage for cyclists generally untenable at peak hours without using the paths. read full story / add a comment
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