The move is part of Dublin City Council’s plan to provide them with alternative accommodation.
The residents have been told they must leave their homes because of fire safety concerns.
Compulsory evacuation has been delayed by the High Court until Thursday.
The property developers behind the complex, Thomas McFeely and Larry O’Mahony, have also been ordered to surrender their passports.
see full article here :http://www.rte.ie/news/2011/1018/prioryhall.html
There is an even bigger problem facing the residences of the
hundreds of apartment blocks all around Ireland and that is the ever-increasing
costs the so-called management companies place on to the owners of such apartments.
I know of at least two apartments blocks in the City Centre that have severe
problems trying to get insurance cover because of potential injury claims that
are coming down the road at them .This has places an unsustainable burden on
the owners that are paying the masive management fees in this particular apartment
complex .Without a proper insurance in place all of these apartments are unsalable!
The hapless owners are oblivious to this outcome because they are not selling