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Public asked if Local Property Tax rate should be varied in Dublin city

Dublin City Council has invited submissions from the public and interested parties on whether they think the Local Property Tax (LPT) should be varied in Dublin city.

Section 20 of the Finance (Local Property Tax) Act 2012 allows the Elected Members of Dublin City Council to vary the LPT rate by plus or minus 15 per cent. The council must ask the public for their views on this and take these views into account before making a decision.

The Dublin Economic Monitor

The Dublin Economic Monitor is a joint initiative on behalf of the four Dublin Local Authorities, co-ordinated by the City Council. The commissioning of the Monitor represents the further manifestation of the enhanced role of Local Authorities in the area of economic development and enterprise support, in line with the local government reform programme. The Dublin City Region (4 Dublin local authorities combined) plays an increasingly important role in the economy of Ireland and it is important that its performance is properly tracked.




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Tourism Growth from China – real possibilities following UK exit decision

Thursday 30th June 2016:  Trinity College today hosted a unique event arising from the twinning of Beijing and Dublin. A Study Tour of senior officials and tourist organisations from Beijing visited Ireland to promote Beijing as a destination and to discover the opportunities for organised tours and business events from China being brought to Dublin.  The event takes place in the Graduate Memorial Building in Trinity College Dublin and is organised by the World Cities Tourism Federation (WCTF).


Economic Development

Over the last number of years Ballymun has undergone unprecedented transformation physically, socially and economically.  Under the management of Ballymun Regeneration Ltd. almost 2,000 replacement housing units have been provided and additional c 1350 homes have been provided in the area through private sector investment.

Calling all entrepreneurs to visit StartUp Gathering 2015

Set to be one of the biggest national startup events in the world, Startup Gathering 2015 will take place across Ireland from the 5th to 10th October. With over 50 events planned across 5 days, 5 industries and 5 cities, Dublin, Waterford, Cork, Limerick and Galway, and with the aim of championing the growth of the startup sector throughout Ireland.

Owners of 16 great businesses share their personal experiences of growing a company in the Capital City. This event happening in the Wood Quay Venue will be one of the first to kick-start the week of the StartUp Gathering.

Public Spending Code

The Public Spending Code imposes obligations, at all stages of the project/programme life-cycle, on organisations that spend public money.

One of the obligations is that such organisations publish on their websites summary information of procurement processes where the value of elements of the project concerned exceeds €10m.