A Dublin City Council architect is illegally letting her one-bedroom Dublin apartment to tourists for up to €380 a night.
One of the so-called independent TDs – himself a landlord – who is to effectively back government on the abolition of the eviction ban misled his local council to secure planning permission for a rental property.
Following interventions from junior minister Niall Collins in an already decided planning application, Limerick City and Council dropped a €10,000 development levy it had imposed on the applicant.
Niall Collins misled the Dáil in his statement defending the falsehoods in his 2001 planning application.
Attorney general Rossa Fanning owns a rental property portfolio worth around €1.5 million.