UCC Student's Union Waiting For Response On Plans For A Rent Hike At College Owned Accommodation Centres
UCC are planning a 3% rent increase
UCC owns and operates five centres and 1,300 student beds and announced the plan in February due to an increase in the cost of security, maintenance and refurbishment.
The Student Union rejected the reasons for the increase and staged a sit-in protest on the quad for several weeks.
Speaking to RedFM News, Welfare Officer at UCC Student's Union Jamie Fraser says they will consider further action:
More from Cork
The body of a woman and her seven month old son have been found in Dublin
Gardai are treating their deaths as a family tragedy.
Taoiseach says the Government is committed to get the capital projects earmarked for Cork commenced
Micheal Martin was speaking at Cork Chamber's Virual Breakfast Meeting where he outlined the Government's strategy in relation to Covid-19 which is to try and suppress the virus so that economic activity can continue
Waterford woman charged in connection with the identification on social media of the teenage defendants in the Ana Kriégel trial
Rebecca Ryan from Priory Lawn in Ballybeg faces prosecution over the publication on Twitter
Tanaiste says the tribunal into CervicalCheck is being established 'in good faith'
It's after campaigner Vicky Phelan criticised the Health Minister
Irish Water And Cork City Council Working To Repair Burst Water Main On St Mary's Road In The City
The break is impacting supply to Peacock Lane, PeacockRow, Redemption Row, Saint Vincent's Road and the surrounding areas.
Health Minister Defending Government’s Approach To Covid 19
Stephen Donnelly saying Ireland has acted first in Europe every time.