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New significantly increased grants available to encourage homeowners to invest in energy efficiency

New significantly increased grants available to encourage homeowners to invest in energy efficiency

Just before Christmas Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE), Denis Naughten announced a shift in the Government funded energy efficiency schemes, representing a major step in the transition towards decarbonising our heating and the Energy White Paper’s vision of a low carbon energy…
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Tax breaks to be offered to urban dwellers who restore pre-1915 buildings

Tax breaks to be offered to urban dwellers who restore pre-1915 buildings

Owners of properties built before 1915 will benefit from tax breaks if they restore derelict or aging buildings as homes. The Living Cities Initiative, announced by the Department of Finance, will benefit property owners in Galway, Cork, Waterford, Limerick, Dublin and Kilkenny who refurbish units…

Dress to Impress The Sherry Fitz Way: Top tips to maximise the value of your property

Sherry FitzGerald have launched a video in conjunction with RTE’s Design Doctors Denise O’Connor and Catherine Crowe on how you can maximise the value of your property by showing how to make the most out of the main areas of your home. The Design Doctors…
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The new home renovation tax relief could be worth exploring if you’re carrying out work on your home

The new home renovation tax relief could be worth exploring if you’re carrying out work on your home

  When the Budget was announced last October, it’s fair to say that people didn’t have a lot to look forward to in it. One definite positive was the new home renovation tax relief, which offers people savings of 13.5% for work in their homes.…
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