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New tax scheme offers boost to period buildings

The Living City Initiative will offer tax relief of up to €200,000 for the refurbishment of buildings built before 1915

2nd May, 2015
53 Merrion Street, Dublin 2: the Georgian property has gone sale agreed

Details of a new incentive scheme for the refurbishment of city centre buildings built before 1915 will be announced by the government on Tuesday. Known as the Living City Initiative (LCI), it will allow tax relief of up to €200,000 for refurbishment of commercial buildings and is designed to encourage more people to live and work in inner city areas of Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Waterford and Kilkenny. Details of the precise areas will also...

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