A landlord who has failed to pay a landmark €30,000 fine for allowing his tenants subject neighbours to a litany of antisocial behaviour is facing legal action.
The state body charged with resolving disputes involving private tenancies has said the rate of complaints linked to antisocial behaviour has fallen.
A forum set up to tackle antisocial behaviour in rented houses around Cork’s universities has described a landmark €30,000 fine for a landlord as a “magnificent result for common decency”.
THEY were subjected to a nightmare by the tenants of two rented houses in a once-quiet housing estate.
A landlord has been ordered to pay almost €30,000 in damages after his tenants subjected neighbours to serious antisocial behaviour.
UP to 2,000 coastal jobs and a potential €150 million in exports are on hold due to the Government’s slow processing of 600 aquaculture licences, according to the Irish Shellfish Association.
MUSSEL farmers have warned the Government that a decade-long delay in processing 500 aquaculture licence applications is preventing the creation of much needed jobs.
THE Government must grasp the opportunity to create 2,000 jobs in fish and shellfish farming, the Irish Farmers Association has declared.
A PROPOSAL by An Bord Snip to dissolve BIM has been criticised by shellfish and fin fish farmers around the coast.
THE shellfish industry employs 1,500 people and is worth more than €60 million a year to coastal communities, a conference was told in Westport, Co Mayo, yesterday.
A DECISION by the Government to transfer key functions for the fishing industry to the newly named Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has been welcomed by the seafood sector.
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