There's good news for some people struggling to pay their rent.
The Housing Assistance Payment scheme is to be rolled out citywide, having previously been only available to people down the country and those in the South Dublin County Council area.
It's a support for people who are renting in the private sector until a home on the social housing waiting list becomes available.
It can also be accessed by Dubliners who may not qualify for rent supplement.
The Housing Minister has revealed changes to the current system as part of the rollout.
A local authority will make a contributory payment directly to a private landlord, while the tenant pays a rate they can afford to the council.
Effectively it means the HAP amount will be tailored to individual households depending on their needs and circumstances.
Minister Simon Coveney also says there will be flexibility in the system so that people can go back to work and still qualify for HAP.