Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy was in Donegal yesterday where he held long awaited discussions with members of the Mica Action Group and a number of public representatives.
While a Mica Redress Scheme was announced ahead of the Budget in October last and formally approved in May there has been a severe lack of information on the detail.
PRO of the Mica Action Group, Eileen Doherty says it was a constructive meeting that bore many positives.
Minister Murphy did confirm however, that the scheme will only apply to a principal private residence, retrospective payments will not be made and accommodation or storage costs will not be covered.
Speaking at the first public meeting since the scheme was announced, Eileen says the pressure will remain to ensure the 1300 plus homeowners affected in Donegal receive redress: