AON Meeting 5 December: Short-Lets in Apartments & MUDs

Hello all,

Our final meeting of a very busy 2017 takes place on Tuesday 5th December 2017 at 7pm. We are back in our regular spot of the Wood Quay Venue, Dublin City Council.

We have arranged a discussion on short term lettings, and issues for OMCs. This is in light of the Department of Housing’s recent Circular “Guidance on Planning Applications for Short Term Lettings”.

The intention is to hear members’ views and to gauge opinion.

Frank McDonald, former Environment Editor of the Irish Times and chair of Temple Bar Residents, has kindly agreed to attend and contribute to the discussion. Temple Bar Residents took the recent landmark planning case on short-lets, details here- http://www.pleanala.ie/casenum/RL3490.htm

Those intending to come to the meeting are encouraged to read the Circular-

http://www.housing.gov.ie/sites/default/files/publications/files/circular_pl10_aph3_2017.pdf

We will update you on the range of our work in October and November. Our usual open forum will conclude the meeting.

As usual we will have Tea, coffee and sandwiches available from 6.45pm. The meeting will begin at 7pm sharp.

To assist us in planning the meeting, please let us know if you plan to attend using our Meeting Attendance form.

Directions to the meeting venue if you need them are available here.

Submissions

Our recent submissions on Census 2021 housing/accommodation questions, and the draft National Planning Framework are on the website-

https://apartmentownersnetwork.org/2017/11/06/aon-submission-cso-census-2021-consulation/

https://apartmentownersnetwork.org/2017/11/13/aon-submission-draft-of-ireland-2040-our-plan/

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 5 December!

AON Team

AON Meeting – Tuesday 14 March

Hello all,

Following our recent 1 February meeting we have made further progress establishing the organisation’s structures, meeting interested parties and developing policies.

Our next meeting will consider the proposals on policies formulated by our working groups. We will discuss these and how to progress our policy priorities in 2017.

We will also host the usual open discussion forum during which members may raise issue of concern affecting their apartments. If there are issues in your development or Owners Management Company which you’d like to like to get the input of the AON membership on, you can Contact Us Here with the details before the March meeting.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday 14 March at 7pm sharp in our usual location, the Wood Quay venue, Dublin City Council offices.

As usual tea, coffee and sandwiches will be available from 6.45pm. The meeting will begin at 7pm sharp.

To assist us in planning the meeting, please let us know if you plan to attend by completing our Contact Us form.

Directions to the meeting venue if you need them are available here.

We look forward to seeing you next Tuesday evening.

Regards,

AON