Under Property Tax regulations – from 2015 onwards – local Councils could adjust the annual property tax rates, up or down each year, by as much as 15% from the base rate. All the decisions for 2016 had to be made by September 30th 2015 – and these are the results of all the local authorities decisions on the Property Tax for 2016 . None of the local authorities voted to charge more than the rate set by government.
The following local authorities have decided to make the maximum 15% cut to LPT again in 2016
Clare County Council
Dublin City Council
Dun Laoghaire + Rathdown Council
Fingal County Council
South Dublin County Council
A 10% Reduction for 2016 has been agreed by Cork City Council
A 7.5% cut to LPT will be made by Monaghan Co Council and Kildare County Council in 2016
A 5% cut to the LPT will apply in Cork County Council for 2016
A 3% cut to LPT will be made by Longford County Council,
A cut of just 1.5% has been agreed by Louth County Council
The reduced amounts of LPT that will be charged are shown in the table below.
The following 22 councils will be charging the full rate as set by the government in 2016: Carlow, Cavan, Donegal, Galway County, Galway City,Kerry, Kilkenny, Laois, Leitrim, Limerick City, Limerick County, Mayo , Meath , Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, Tipperary, Waterford City and County, Westmeath, Wexford, Wicklow .
LPT Rates for 2016 – showing the actual LPT annual rates for the full amount and where cuts have been made.
|Valuation||Full Rate LPT||15% Cut||10% Cut||3% Cut||1.5% Cut|
|0 – 100k||90||76||81||87||88|
|100k – 150k||225||191||202||218||221|
|150,001 – 200k||315||267||283||305||310|
|200,001 – 250k||405||344||364||392||398|
|250,001 – 300k||495||420||445||480||487|
|300,001 – 350k||585||497||526||567||576|
|350,001 – 400k||675||573||607||654||664|
|400,001 – 450k||765||650||688||742||753|
|450,001 – 500k||855||726||769||829||842|
|500,001 – 550k||945||803||850||916||930|
|550,001 – 600k||1,035||879||931||1,003||1,019|
|600,001 – 650k||1,125||956||1,012||1,091||1,108|
|650,001 – 700k||1,215||1,032||1,093||1,178||1,196|
|700,001 – 750k||1,305||1,109||1,174||1,265||1,285|
|750,001 – 800k||1,395||1,1851||,1,255||1,353||1,374|
|800,001 – 850k||1,485||1,262||1,336||1,440||1,462|
|850,001 – 900k||1,575||1,338||1,417||1,527||1,551|
|900,001 – 950k||1,665||1,415||1,498||1,615||1,640|
|950,001 – 1 mill||1,755||1,491||1,579||1,702||1,728|
See more here about the 2016 LPT liability and payment dates
Note: some owners in some counties will actually see an increase in their property tax bill compared to 2015
Mayo , Limerick City and County and Westmeath all had a 3% cut in 2015 but will charge the full rate in 2016
Cork County – had a 10% reduction in 2015, but it is just 5% in 2016.
Wicklow – had a 15% reduction in 2015 but are charging full rate for 2016
How can I find out what, or how, I paid for 2015? – can’t remember! Thanks, Michael r
try here – https://lpt.revenue.ie/lpt-web/views/login.html?execution=e1s1
Who liable for LPTin 2016 on property owned on 1 Nov 2015 but sold before the end of 2015?
The owner on Nov 1st is officially liable – but usually when a house is sold the buyers agree to refund any property tax paid by the vendor that covers the period after the sale. Any suhc refunds are not obligatory – and as far as Revenue is concerned the owner on 1st Nov is the liable person.