The Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA) have revealed that they will stage a vulture fund protest this coming Monday, November 26th.
The protest will take place at BidX1, which is an online property trading platform. The organisation are protesting the continued forced sales of family farms, homes and businesses by the company.
The protest will kick off at 12pm on Monday, November 26th, at the BidX1 HQ, which is located at Waterloo Exchange, Waterloo Road, Dublin 4. The ICSA are inviting all farmers, businesses and homeowners to show their support.
ICSA rural development chairman, Seamus Sherlock, said the ICSA are calling for the immediate cessation of sales of distressed properties online.
“ICSA is calling for the immediate cessation of the sale of distressed properties online for individuals and families who are willing to engage in meaningful discussions.” He said.
“We know that in some cases those involved don’t even know their homes and properties are being sold. These fire sales are a blunt and crude instrument and we are insisting that the practice be stopped.” Seamus Sherlock concluded.