Under pressure families face huge energy and price hikes in Budget – Extra.ie

Families face huge fuel and energy price hikes in next month’s Budget, just as experts warn that we are already experiencing a ‘perfect storm’ of inflation. The Budget will likely see big increases in the cost of petrol, diesel, natural gas, coal, and on stamp duty and PRSI. A tank of diesel is likely to

Pre-Budget 2022 papers: Carbon tax hikes and higher stamp duty among key tax measures proposed to Government – Independent.ie

Carbon tax hikes and higher stamp duty are among measures mooted in the special pre-Budget report by a government think-tank published today. he Department of Finance’s Tax Strategy Group sets out options for the minister for the Budget, with the advice it offers often being carried out. The policies presented in pre Budget tax strategy

Stamp duty Ireland: Higher stamp duty for overseas buyers and owners of luxury homes on the cards – Independent.ie

The Government should consider charging a higher rate of stamp duty to overseas buyers and cut the floor where the current higher rate of 2pc applies to homes over €750,000, according to papers prepared ahead of the Budget by the Department of Finance. inisters should also consider applying the higher rate of 2pc that currently

Seven Irish Pub Properties Hit The Market – Hospitality Ireland

Seven Irish pub properties have hit the market. Colettes Bar And Lounge Colettes Bar and Lounge of Main Street, Killeshandra, Co. Cavan, H12 EN83, is being sold via digital property marketplace BidX1 with a guide price of €70,000. The property’s listing on bidx1.com states, “Property Summary “A former public house. “Comprising public house together with

Over 90% of private rental homes in Fingal 'fail inspection' – The Irish Times

More then 90 per cent of private rental properties inspected in Fingal in 2019 and 2020 failed to meet minimum housing standards regulations, a meeting of Fingal County Council has heard. Fingal Cllr Kieran Dennison called on people renting private properties to contact the council when their landlords are not complying with basic standards following

'Acute need' for extra social housing to prevent family homelessness – Limerick Leader

There is an acute need for increased social housing to prevent family and child homelessness, a new report from St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has found. In a new detailed report on housing and homelessness entitled Combating Housing Exclusion in Ireland, the SVP has welcomed the publication of the much-anticipated Housing for All plan. It says it particularly welcomes the

Ireland to reach pre-pandemic employment levels by 2023 – RTE.ie

The Minister for Finance has said that forecasts now indicate the country will get back to pre-pandemic levels of employment and broader economic performance by around 2023, but he is increasingly hopeful progress could be quicker. Paschal Donohoe also said the country has made enormous progress with its economic and public health since March of

Two Irish Accommodation Properties Hit The Market – Hospitality Ireland

Two Irish accommodation properties have hit the market. The Pilgrim’s Rest Hotel The Pilgrim’s Rest Hotel of Feddaun, Mount Melleray, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford, P51A5X5, is being sold via IAM Sold Property Auctions with a starting price of €650,000. The property’s listing on iamsold.ie states, “Property Overview “Radley Auctioneers in partnership with IAM Sold Property Auctions

SVP report throws light on the real homeless figures and says Housing for All plan is welcome but must deliver – Limerick Post

Photo Credit/SVP IN a new detailed report on housing and homelessness entitled Combating Housing Exclusion in Ireland, the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has welcomed the publication of the much-anticipated Housing for All plan. It says it particularly welcomes the increased ambition regarding the States role in the provision of social and affordable housing and the

Catholic Church to 'reflect' on O'Brien's request to use land for housing – TheJournal.ie

Archbishop Eamon Martin Image: PA Images Archbishop Eamon Martin Image: PA Images ARCHBISHOP EAMON MARTIN has responded to a letter from Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien asking to identify Church lands that could be used for housing saying he will “reflect” upon it.  O’Brien last week wrote to the Catholic Church asking Martin, Catholic Primate of