A bunch of gurrier tennants are attempting a land grab:
120 council tenants in Dublin have been refused permission to buy their homes from Dublin City Council.
They had stood to make a profit of nearly €350,000 each.
The apartments are at O'Rahilly House in Ringsend.
The tenants are expected to appeal to the Supreme Court.
Is it not enough that they are housed virtually for free, use valuable city centre land, drag down the value of surrounding properties ? Now the thieving class is back to its old tricks.
All around it would be far better if these non-working indigents were transplanted to cheaper green-field blocks. This would free up valuable inner city space for people that work & create tax revenue. This would lift the overall country further.
In times of economic depression & high unemployment this wasn't such an issue, indeed the cost of building was higher in Dublin city centre in the '80s than the cost of land ! Now with workers tending young familes spending 3 hours per day commuting whilst the lazy lords live in high value city centre dwellings it is extremely unfair.