Following on from the Carrickmines tragedy in October of last year, where ten people died, a report into fire safety in national halting sites was conducted.
It found all traveller accommodations were at risk due to serious overcrowding.
Kerry County Council, who had undertaken their own review, found similar issues.
They initiated a programme of works to address the issues and the necessary works are now substantially complete.
However, the Council are awaiting funding for one remaining property.
Martin Mahon, vice chair of Kerry Travellers Health and Community Development Project, says the findings not surprising.