VacantHomes.ie see 10% surge in vacant homes registered after Christmas appeal to public.
Tom Gilligan, Director of Services at Mayo County Council appeals to owners of vacant homes to come forward to help house families.
Vacant home owners urged to come forward and help provide much needed housing.
Almost 300 vacant homes have been brought back into use in the last two years following anonymous tip-offs.
Citizens in County Roscommon are encouraged to make use of this facility, which in turn notifies the Roscommon Vacant Homes Office of the potential vacant property.
Tom Gilligan, Director of Services with Mayo County Council, unveiled the enhanced VacantHomes.ie digital platform, at an event in Dublin on the 19th September, with Vacant Home Officers right across the country.
Council website, initiated on behalf of the local government sector is helping to bring vacant homes back in to use.
VacantHomes.ie is an online platform initiated by Mayo County Council which allows the public to anonymously log empty homes in their areas. Between 250 to 300 vacant homes have already been brought back into use or are currently in the process of being renovated for immediate occupation. Read in full below!
Launched by Mayo County Council, the Vacant Homes.ie website now has nearly 3,000 properties registered.
Leinster has the highest number of empty houses followed by Munster.
“The situation as it currently stands is unsustainable. We need more properties to come on stream and one way this can happen is for owners of vacant properties to release the potential of their empty residence and bring the property back into use” says Tom Gilligan, instigator of the website VacantHomes.ie.
Leitrim people urged to use vacant homes website to help provide a home to families and individuals with a housing need.
Leitrim people are being urged to use vacant homes website to log empty properties with a view to bringing them back into use.