Commercial Rates originated in the 19th century when all property was valued based on it's annual letting value. It is essentially a property tax on commercial premises.
The Local Government (Charges) Act 2009 introduced a €200 annual charge on non principal private residences.
The principal responsibility of the Motor Tax Office is the processing of motor taxation applications. Motor Tax is collected by Limerick City and County Council on behalf of the Department of Transport Tourism & Sport.
Limerick City & County Council has agreed to allocate funding in 2018 to support small and medium businesses operating in Limerick city and county.
All invoices should be addressed to Limerick City and County Council and must quote a valid Purchase Order Number.
Legal Obligation of Owners of Commercially Rated Property.
All government and public bodies no longer send or receive cheques to or from businesses in Ireland.
The Valuation List for properties which were the subject of the Revaluation of the Limerick City and County Council rating authority area became effective for rates purposes on 1st January 2015.
The Tourism Sector Support Scheme will pay a financial support to occupiers of commercial properties, directly linked to the tourism and hospitality Sector. The property types that qualify for the scheme include Hotels, Licensed Houses, Restaurants / Cafes and Hostels.
Limerick City and County Council transferred all non-domestic accounts to Irish Water from 1st December 2016.