A spokesperson for the North Mayo Pyrite Group says they're frustrated with the lack of progress being made at meetings of the working group set up by Government to review the redress scheme for owners of pyrite and mica-damaged homes.
A second meeting of the group took place today, and the Mayo homeowners on the group raised issues around the upfront cost of getting an engineer's report - which can cost between €5,000 and 8,000 - they want the bill paid directly by Mayo County Council.
They also asked about having accommodation costs covered while homes are being demolished and rebuilt, but there were no decisions made on either issue.
A spokesperson for the Mayo group told Midwest News that they're frustrated at the lack of decisions being made, as the process is due to be completed by the end of this month.
The next meeting of the working group is scheduled for next Wednesday.