The Housing Committee is recommending AirBnb registers all its users with local authorities. It's over the number of people renting out entire homes on the holiday web site, while there's a homeless crisis.
There are a thousands of homes available on holiday accommodation sites like Airbnb. It means there are dwindling numbers of properties available for ordinary Dubliners to live in, at a time when 2 and a half thousand children are homeless.
Now TDs and Senators on the Oireachtas Housing Committee want to see AirBnb regulated.
They're recommending the company registers all its users with local authorities, that a licensing system is put in place and anyone renting their home for more than 90 days a year apply for planning permission.
These rules are targeting people who are letting out entire homes, and not those who are just letting a room.
The report also recommends that AirBnb registers its users with Revenue so they can make sure people are paying tax on their rentals.