Regulatory round-up 2016

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Accelerating the delivery of housing and new tenant protections in Ireland

By Tara Rush Tenant Protection Rent control measures are now in place for areas designated as Rent Pressure Zones (RPZs). Dublin and Cork City are designated as RPZs for 3 years from 24 December 2016. Further areas have been included for 3 years from 27 January 2017 including parts of Galway City and areas within […]

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