There are calls on all homeowners in Mayo and further afield affected by pyrite to put pressure on local TDs to ensure the upcoming enhanced redress scheme is fit for purpose.
The defective blocks redress scheme is now expected to be brought before Cabinet in draft form on Tuesday next.
The legislation will then be released to the public the following week on Tuesday the 21st of June following any prospective changes from within Cabinet.
Martina Hegarty’s home is one of a number in the Crossmolina area affected by pyrite.
The North Mayo Pyrite Group spokesperson told Midwest News that local TDs must ensure the enhanced scheme delivers 100% redress for affected homeowners...