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Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland Priory Hall has been exempted from the tax (file photo).
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Property tax exemptions now available online

Priory Hall is the only development in Dublin which has been exempted from the tax.

THE 5,100 EXEMPTIONS to the Local Property Tax (LPT) have been published online.

Statutory Instrument 91 of 2013 lists the developments that are exempt, listed alphabetically by the County/City Council in which they are located.

The scanned PDF document contains a mixture of already existing developments, along with those for which planning permission exists.

While 43,000 households were exempted from last year’s household charge, only 5,100 households have been exempted from the local property tax.

Online payment of the LPT can be made until 28 May, while those wishing to pay the tax by post have until 7 May.

Local authorities are also expected to publish their own subsets of the data today.

The only exemption in all of Dublin is the Priory Hall development in Donaghmede, whose residents were evacuated in 2011.

Read: Details of 5,100 property tax exemptions to be published tomorrow >

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