The Government provides grants to homeowners for homes built before 2006. It covers insulation of: attic(€400); cavity wall(€400); internal wall(€2,400(detatched), €2,200(semi or end-of-terrace), €1,600(apt or mid-terrace); external wall(€6,000(detatched), €4,500(semi or end-of-terrace), €2,750(apt or mid-terrace);
Heating Control (€700); solar heating(€1,200); Heat Pump (€3,500); Along with the insulation works, you can get a grant of €50 for the required Building Energy Rating (BER). Grants will typically cover 20-30% of the full cost. Energy savings of up to 50% can be achieved.
SEAI offer up to 50% grant for deep retrofit to achieve A rating(must be through a contractor and include renewable solutions) and u to €200,000 for Communities to come together to deliver energy savings across a range of buildings and showcase what can be achieved.
See www.seai.ie for more information and grant details.
A warmer Home Scheme for owners of homes built before 2006 is available to people who are eligible for Fuel Allowance, and on Jobseekers Allowance for over 6 months with children under 7, or on Working Family Payment, One Parent Family, Payment or Domiciliary Care Allowance. The Scheme will insulate attics, drought-proof doors and windows, insulate cavity wall and pipes, fit a lagging jacket or two energy saving light bulbs. In some cases replacement of single glazing windows or heating upgrades can be considered.
We are pleased to confirm that 5 acres of land at the Dublin County(Hollystown) Golf Course is in the process of being transferred to the ownership of the Dublin County Board of the GAA. The land will be made available to Tyrrelstown GAA as a permanent home for the club. This will be a significant addition to the sporting infrastructure and emeneties in the neighbourhood.
If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.
The Environment Section in Fingal County Council are currently involved in a number of anti-dumping campaigns to help raise awareness in relation to illegal dumping and illegal waste collectors (“Man in a Van”) which is a National Priority for 2019 under the Anti-Dumping initiative. There is an anti-dumping poster that is being advertised at bus shelters throughout Fingal and on Social Media as well as advertising sites such as Donedeal and Adverts.ie. Illegal waste collectors use social media and advertising sites to offer waste removal services with householders tempted by a cheap offer to dispose of waste which can then end up being dumped causing environmental pollution. The poster campaign targets the same sites and highlights the issue of illegal waste collectors and the risk to householders of a criminal conviction and court fine up to €5,000 if your waste is found dumped by the side of a road or in the countryside. Fingal County Council has also produced a video clip highlighting the issue and this will run in three different cinemas within Fingal from now until Christmas. (“Man in a Van”) which is a National Priority for 2019 under the Anti-Dumping initiative. There is an anti-dumping poster that is being advertised at bus shelters throughout Fingal and on Social Media as well as advertising sites such as Donedeal and Adverts.ie.
Over 300 events are taking place, over 5 days.
All designed to help you plan, start or grow your own business in 2019.
Please join me at my public meeting that is open to all on Social Media & Cyber Bullying at the Carlton Hotel Tyrrelstown on 2nd April between 19.30 to 21:00.
Feel free to contact me should you require information about the event.