Campaigners want 100 per cent compensation for their homes
The Housing Minister says he’s acutely aware of the potential cost of the Mica scandal but says the State has a moral duty to help those affected.
Darragh O’Brien will meet Mica homeowners this evening for a crucial meeting on the redress scheme.
Campaigners want 100 per cent compensation for their homes being built with the faulty blocks.
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Minister O’Brien says the cost of the controversy could be over a billion euro:
Mica homeowner Eileen Doherty, from Donegal, says urgent action is needed:
Anne Owens from the Mica Working Group says they’re nervous about the meeting with the Minister