List of Tribunals scheduled for the coming week

A case can be appealed or referred to a Tribunal after an adjudication or mediation if one or both parties are not happy. Tribunals are held weekly.

A Tribunal takes place if any party wishes to appeal the Adjudicator’s decision within 10 working days of issue of the Adjudicator's report or in the case where an agreement was reached at Adjudication, within 10 calendar days (of the date of the agreement). In the event that mediation is unsuccessful and any of the parties request a Tribunal hearing within 10 calendar days from the date of the agreement/the date the mediation was deemed unsuccessful.

In exceptional circumstances the RTB may refer a dispute directly to the Tribunal, that is where there appears to be imminent risk of damage to the dwelling or danger to the parties.

A Tribunal hearing is a public hearing.

The Tribunal determination of a dispute is binding if not appealed to the High Court within 21 days.

Please note that whilst these Tribunal hearings are scheduled and this table is accurate at the time of posting, hearings may be cancelled at short notice.  An up to date status of all hearings listed can be obtained by emailing  CLICK THE LIST TO THE RIGHT FOR TRIBUNALS SCHEDULED FOR THE COMING WEEK


If you would like to attend a Tribunal hearing as an observer, please contact


In person:

  • Must give 7 days notice to attend.
  • Only available at our head office in O’Connell Bridge House, D’Olier Street, Dublin 2
  • Must follow the strict guidelines


Virtual hearings:

  • Must give 7 days notice
  • Must follow the strict guidelines 


Guidelines can be found in the downloadable 'Guide to Attending a Public Hearing' document on this page.