Category: Wexford

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 little as 47% of properties will be

Most Deprived Places in Ireland

Using data from the 2011 Census – Pobal have created the “HP Deprivation Index ” They  looked at certain census data broken down by  Electoral District- and scored every district on it’s relative level of deprivation  or affluence using information such as Unemployment , Home Ownership , Education , Type of Jobs, Lone Parent numbers

Unfinished Estates Wexford – No Household Charge

This is the list of the Unfinished Housing Estates in County Wexford  that will get a waiver from the Household Charge in 2012.  Owners will still need to register and claim the waiver on the householdcharge.ie website.  More about the Household Charge here An Caislean Bridgetown South Bridgetown Wexford An tOilean Craanford Gorey Wexford Ard

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 home owners from Jan 2012. We did

Unfinished Ghost Estates and the Household Charge

We are still waiting for the list of unfinished estates that will be exempt from the 2012 Household Charge. The total number of estates is expected to be less than 1300. The Irish Independent seems to think it will be less than 300 estates. It is important to note – that even if your house

Historic Walled Towns of Ireland

The history of Ireland can  be best seen  in its Walled Towns. There are some of the  walled towns and villages throughout Ireland that are worth a visit. Ardee, Athenry, Athlone, Bandon,  Cashel, Clonmel, Cork, Drogheda, Dublin, Fethard, Galway, Kilkenny, Limerick, New Ross,  Trim, Waterford, Wexford and Youghal. The Viking raiders of the ninth century