There’s been 125 pledges of accommodation for Ukrainian refugees in Tipperary according to the local authority.
Data gathered by RTE News shows that all of the properties have been inspected by council officials.
38 pledges have since been withdrawn “for various reasons” while 27 vacant urban pledges were now occupied.
Meanwhile 32 vacant pledges are currently available but a car would be needed as there’s “no reasonable public transport”.
The council confirmed to RTE News that the “Red Cross is undertaking the vetting”.
Its also been revealed that 66 Ukrainians had been accommodated in pledged properties to date.
The local authority day they’ve supported the operation of two temporary accommodation those are Dr Pat O’Callaghan Sports Centre in Clonmel along with the Community Centre in Littleton which is also occupied at present – both locations are used as short term stay for 3 – 5 days for refugees until more suitable accommodation is found and it is intended to give them a respite from travel.
It’s report that these centres can accommodate 120 people in total.