Catherine McGinty 🚧 Irish Government's redress scheme based on 'fraudulent standard.'

6-February-2023
The detrimental effects of defective concrete and defective concrete products manufactured in the Republic of Ireland and sold into the Northern Ireland market are to be monitored by Derry City and Strabane District Council.

In response to a notice of motion by elected members, Council has begun quantifying the number of residents in its area whose properties contain ‘mica’.

Council has also written to the Department for Communities with regards to compensation and engagement with the Irish Government in relation to this issue.

However, a Donegal environmentalist has “warned” the people of Derry not to be “suckered” into accepting what he described as the Irish Government’s “flawed remediation scheme”.

The family of Enda Craig from Moville has been directly impacted by the use of defective concrete and defective concrete products in the building of their home.

Mr Craig described Irish Standard (IS) 465, the protocol underpinning the Irish Government’s redress scheme, as “completely fraudulent”.

Speaking to Derry Now, he explained: “This remediation protocol has been enshrined into current legislation by the Irish Government. It tests your defective blocks for ‘mica’ only, while ignoring the real cause, which is the reactive iron sulphide minerals and other deleterious materials.

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Council Monitoring Homes Affected By Defective Concrete Products From Republic Of Ireland

Catherine McGinty 🚧 Irish Government's redress scheme based on 'fraudulent standard.'

6-February-2023
The detrimental effects of defective concrete and defective concrete products manufactured in the Republic of Ireland and sold into the Northern Ireland market are to be monitored by Derry City and Strabane District Council.

In response to a notice of motion by elected members, Council has begun quantifying the number of residents in its area whose properties contain ‘mica’.

Council has also written to the Department for Communities with regards to compensation and engagement with the Irish Government in relation to this issue.

However, a Donegal environmentalist has “warned” the people of Derry not to be “suckered” into accepting what he described as the Irish Government’s “flawed remediation scheme”.

The family of Enda Craig from Moville has been directly impacted by the use of defective concrete and defective concrete products in the building of their home.

Mr Craig described Irish Standard (IS) 465, the protocol underpinning the Irish Government’s redress scheme, as “completely fraudulent”.

Speaking to Derry Now, he explained: “This remediation protocol has been enshrined into current legislation by the Irish Government. It tests your defective blocks for ‘mica’ only, while ignoring the real cause, which is the reactive iron sulphide minerals and other deleterious materials.

Continue reading @ DerryNow.

1 comment:

  1. Enda Craig Comments

    The Irish Government has been caught carrying out a mega fraud against the innocent Defective Concrete Block homeowners of Donegal .... it all began with meticulous planning which included the support of the political establishment and willing professionals .....
    Subject: I.S. 465 ✑ Was It A Genuine Mistake Or A Deliberate Deceit By The Government

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