Mica campaigners are planning to take to the streets of Dublin again on 8th October if the government does not deliver on their ‘final’ demands.
A final report from the defective blocks working group has called on Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien to commit to 100% redress, a 40-year State guarantee and a public inquiry.
And if those requests aren’t met, another major protest will bring the issue to the government’s doorstep next month.
Buses are already being organised to bring families to the capital.
Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue said that he “absolutely” believes that homeowners should get 100 per redress. He told Today with Claire Byrne that Mica is a “daily and nightly stress” for homeowners.
“I firmly believe that the cost of replacing those homes is something that those homeowners have to have full assistance with,” the Minister said.