Westmeath TD Robert Troy during a radio interview with RTÉ’s Bryan Dobson last August about errors he had made in his property interest declarations.

Troy declares his ownership of six properties

Westmeath TD Robert Troy has declared his full or partial ownership of six properties, some of which are separated into several units, in the 2022 Register of Dáil members’ interests.

The Fianna Fáil representative resigned from his junior ministerial role last August, after admitting and apologising for “serious” and “embarrassing” errors in declaring his property interests previously.

In the 2021 register of members’ interests, Deputy Troy had declared his ownership of two properties, and also declared he was in receipt of residential income as the full or partial owner of three additional properties.

The register of interests published last week included his declaration of full or partial ownership of six properties.

He stated that one of these properties, at Mary Street, Mullingar, contained three residential units, while another, at Rathdown Road in Dublin 7, included four units.

The TD said one of the six properties – a rental property at Cathedral View, Mullingar – was “sale agreed” as of December 2022.

He also declared that he had a Rental Accommodation Scheme (RAS) contract with Westmeath County Council, but that contract had ceased in October of 2022.

Minister of State Peter Burke, declared ownership of farmland at Slanestown, Mullingar.

Longford Fianna Fáil TD Joe Flaherty stated that he owned a “derelict former school house,” called Coolshaughtena Schoolhouse, at Lanesboro, Roscommon, and that he had inherited it from his late father.

Deputy Flaherty also declared ownership of a “site with planning for one house” at Hillcrest, Battery Road, Longford.

Longford Westmeath Sinn Féin TD Sorca Clarke did not declare any interests on the register.