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Revenue House Valuation Tool

This is the link to the new Revenue online valuation guidance map which is supposed to help you value your house for the Property Tax https://lpt.revenue.ie/lpt-web/valuation-guide/index.htm The valuations given by Revenue are based on average values in electoral areas. Revenue estimate that based on training data – as...
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Rathkeale to get €88000 Funding

Ballina, Co. Mayo, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath and Rathkeale, Co. Limerick are being given €88000 each  as part of the  RAPID  scheme (Revitalising Areas by Planning Investment and Development) The total  €440,000 is to come form the Dormant Accounts Funding The Dormant Accounts...
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Paying Household Charge at Council Offices

According to the Household Charge website – people who don’t want to register or pay online should be able to get registration forms and make payments at their local County Council or City Council offices. See more here about the new Household Charge which is payable by all...
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County Waterford Speed Camera Locations

These are the stretches of road in Waterford that could be subject to speed monitoring by mobile cameras in vans . These stretches of road in Waterford are listed on the  Garda.ie   website as Speed Enforcement Zones. These roads have been identified as problem areas for accidents caused...
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IBAL Litter League Table 2010

IBAL – The Irish Business Against Litter – have released their latest results on the litter in  50 towns and cities in Ireland. Wexford came out as the cleanest place out of the 50 places in the survey – with Tallaght coming out as the worst Litter Blackspot....
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Cleanest and Dirtiest Towns in Ireland

The  IBAL released details of its final 2008 anti-litter survey of 55 Irish towns and cities which show a record 36 towns are now classed as “litter free”.Ireland’s cleanest town will be announced today from the top five who head the current league table — Cavan, Dungarvan, Fermoy,...
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