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Local Councillor expresses commercial rates revaluation appeals process concern

At a Finance Committee meeting of Westmeath County Council earlier this month, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke expressed deep concern regarding the commercial rates revaluation appeals process and the negative impact the outcomes of those appeals may have on the county’s budget for the calendar year.

Attractive property is in a sought after location

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Property: Silent Hill Cottage, Curry, Brideswell, Athlone, Co. Roscommon.

City councillors vote down proposal to reduce Property Tax

The local property tax is set to rise in 2019 to reflect the increases in house prices in Galway over the past four years - meaning Galwegians are likely to be hit with substantially higher rates in the coming years, Sinn Féin has warned.

City councillors vote down proposal to reduce Property Tax

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The local property tax is set to rise in 2019 to reflect the increases in house prices in Galway over the past four years - meaning Galwegians are likely to be hit with substantially higher rates in the coming years, Sinn Féin has warned.

Home in sought after location offers value

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Property: 80 Drumaconn

Vacant commercial property in Mayo increases

The number of vacant commercial units in Mayo has increased last year from the figures recorded in 2015 according to a new research published this week, the research has found that the commercial vacancy rate in Mayo at the end of quarter four of 2016 was running at 15.6 per cent, up from 13.5 per cent at the same time last year.

Business owners urged to appeal commercial rates

 

Galway homeowners to pay more property tax than people in Dublin

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From 2017 County Galway homeowners will pay more property tax than people living in more expensive houses in Dublin following the Galway City Council's recent, controversial, decision to hike property tax rates for the county by 10 per cent.

Councillors extremely frustrated at ‘regressive’ rates system

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A debate on commercial rates at this week’s meeting of Galway County Council led one exasperated councillor to remark that there would not be a rural pub left in Galway in a few years time if the system was not changed. The method of collecting rates was labelled as ‘outdated and antiquated’ where the amounts paid were in no way related to business income.

Castlebar Town Council drops rates by two per cent in its final budget

The final budget meeting of Castlebar Town Council saw the elected members vote to drop the commercial rates in the town by two per cent for the year ahead. The members voted to cut the rateable valuation from 70.23 to 68.76 on foot of a proposal from Sinn Féin councillor Therese Ruane.

 

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