Non-Principal Private Residence (NPPR)
General Data Protection Regulation – Privacy Notice, Non- Principal Private Residence (NPPR)
Dublin City Council requires customers to provide certain personal data in order to carry out legislative and administrative functions for NPPR. The legal basis is provided for under the Local Government (Charges) Act, 2009 and Local Government Reform Act, 2014.
Dublin City Council will treat all information and personal data you provide as confidential, in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation and Data Protection legislation. Your personal data may be exchanged with the agencies listed below in accordance with the law.
- NPPR Bureau – to facilitate payment
- Solicitors – legal requests regarding sale of property
- Local Authorities – to facilitate instalment plan payments
Your information is retained for a maximum of five years from date of application for a certificate, unless there are ongoing debt collection proceedings, in which case your information will be kept until the monies owing are paid.
Full details of Dublin City Council's data protection policy, setting out how your personal data will be used, as well as information regarding your rights as a data subject are available here.
There is no NPPR Charge for 2014.
The annual NPPR charge of €200 per property applies for all years 2009-2013 only. For more information, please visit www.nppr.ie