Local Property Tax - Public Consultation on Setting Local Adjustment Factor - FAQ
Local Property Tax (LPT) is an annual tax charged on all residential properties in the State and came into effect in 2013. A half-year payment was due in 2013, with a full-year payment due in 2014. The LPT is collected by the Revenue Commissioners. Here is some Frequently Asked Questions
Sale of Industrial Site number 3 at Leamonaghan, Ballycumber
Offaly County Council invites tenders for the purchase of Industrial Site number 3 at Leamonaghan, Ballycumber, County Offaly.
The site is located approximately 2.4km north-west of Ferbane and 10km from Ballycumber, fronting the R436 (Ballycumber Road).
Offaly Innovation Centre is open for Business - Expressions of interests are now being sought
The Innovation Centre is an exciting new addition to the suite of business supports available in the County.
This new venture is a multi functional space, offering hot desk space, desk space, office space for rental and meeting room hire.
It is designed to assist innovative people develop their business idea and interact with other people doing the same. It is much more than just office space. The Innovation Centre is supported by the Local Enterprise Office and other partners and these will provide ongoing training and mentoring support to people working in the Centre.
Official Launch of Offaly's Local Enterprise Office
There was an upbeat and positive mood in the County Council building today, as the new Local Enterprise Office (LEO) was officially launched. Existing business owners, aspiring business people, County Council staff, Councillors and enterprise and development agencies all gathered in the Atrium for the event.
Minister Charles Flanagan, Department of Children and Youth Affairs officiated at the launch. He complimented the work undertaken to date by both Offaly County Council and the former Offaly County Enterprise Board. The Minister outlined how this initiative formed part of the Action Plan for Jobs, and that additional staff and funding was being provided to support the work of the Local Enterprise Office.
Public Notice: Public participation in the identication of ‘bathing waters’ under the bathing waters directive
All 31 city and county councils are inviting public participation in the identification of Bathing Waters under the Bathing Waters Directive and the Bathing Water Quality Regulations 2008 (SI No 79 of 2008).
The Directive requires that water quality at all designated bathing waters meets stringent microbiological standards in order to protect the health of people who choose to bathe there. City and county councils are required under the 2008 Regulations to identify bathing waters on an annual basis.