It is set to cost more than €12 million to repair social housing damaged by pyrite in Dublin, new figures reveal.
The Dublin City Council figures published by The Irish Times show more than €10m has already been spent, with at least €1.9m needed to finish the job.
More than 200 homes across 14 developments on the north side have been impacted by 'pyritic heave', which sees the mineral cause cracks in floors and walls.
The final bill to repair 35 homes in Glasnevin alone is expected to exceed €3.5m.
That amount that includes more than €2.4m in repairs to date, but also associated expenses such as testing samples, legal fees, and temporary accommodation for residents.