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Dáil Debates, Environment

Dáil Debates, Environment, National

Dáil Issues, Environment, Oral Questions

Minister for the Environment fails to address really serious and valid concerns highlighted in a recent report commissioned by Joe Tyrell, which exposes HomeBond’s repudiation of claims and suggests that homeowners are lawfully entitled to have their claims validated…a good test case could go a long way…any volunteers?
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Dáil Issues, Environment, Oral Questions

I submitted two questions on pyrite and the Pyrite Remediation Scheme to the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government. Yet again, the Minister fudged and dragged his heels on Pyrite Remediation for those with a damage condition rating of 1, and failed to bring in changes that he has acknowledged are necessary to allow homeowners with pyrite avail of their legal entitlement to an exemption for property tax.

QUESTION

To ask the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government the discussions or contact his officials have had with the Department of Finance in 2015, in relation to overcoming the difficulties of the criteria outlined in the Statutory Instrument, to enable homeowners with significant damage as a result of pyrite, to avail of their legitimate local property tax exemption.

– Clare Daly.
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