Monday February 17, 2020

Council tenants to be hit by property tax

Council house tenants who get waivers for the household charge may have to make a contribution to the property tax as they benefit from local services, according to government sources.

23rd June, 2012
Phil Hogan, Minister for the Environmnent.

Council house tenants who get waivers for the household charge may have to make a contribution to the property tax as they benefit from local services, according to government sources.

The government is shortly expected to explore several options for applying a fair property tax based on site valuation and income.

A report of an expert group by former senior civil servant Don Thornhill was submitted to Phil Hogan, the Minister for the Environment, last...

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