Homeless Campaigners Say They Want To Meet NAMA

A group of activists occupying a NAMA owned building in Dublin, to provide accommodation for the homeless, say they’re willing to meet with the state agency.

Apollo House on Tara Street in Dublin city centre, was taken over by a group of ‘concerned citizens’ on Thursday night.

Lawyers for NAMA, which owns the building, have ordered them to leave but the “Home Sweet Home” group say they’ve received huge support from the public.

The Irish Housing Network says the number of homeless using the facility is growing each night – with around 20 availing of the service last night.


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