Amendment to:
Report on agreement on Priory Hall resolution and redevelopment.

Passed

by rollcall vote.

Proposers

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The amendment text reads:

"That in light of the fact that subsequent to the agreement reached in October 2013 regarding the refurbishment and future sale of the apartments at Priory Hall a homelessness and accommodation crisis of unprecedented proportions has emerged that the text of the Assistant Chief Executive's report be amended so as to delete lines 15 to 18 and replace their text with the following:

Approval in principle is now being sought to [added by hand: seek to] amend the agreement reached in October 2013 regarding the refurbishment and future sale of the apartments at Priory Hall so that:

1a) Dublin City Council retain sufficient units so as to increase an overall DCC managed social housing level to 30% within the entire Priory Hall development, mirroring the level of social housing ratios agreed for the Oscar Traynor Lands.

1b) Dublin City Council also retain sufficient units so as to provide an overall [added by hand: owner-occupier] affordable housing level of 30% within the entire Priory Hall development [added by hand: "to support those who meet the income criteria to be eligible for local authority house purchase loans (HPLs)]

2) That a request be made to the Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government for the establishment by DCC of an appropriate Affordable Housing scheme for low income workers to allow the implementation of 19b) above.

And to amend the last paragraph, lines 19-22 to insert the text in bold [brackets] as follows:

The full details of all disposals and [the terms and conditions of the Affordable Housing Scheme] will be presented for approval directly to the City Council in due course but agreement in principle is sought at this point as [to make the request to the Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government for DCC to establish an Affordable Housing Scheme and so] the sales campaign [for any outstanding units] needs to be launched and the consent of the City Council is required prior to the completion of the sale of the units under Section 183 of the Local Government Act 2001. That all sales be to private individual …"

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