{meta} Agenda for Special Council Meeting on Monday 19th July, 2021, 6.15 pm

Agenda and draft minutes

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Report No. 218/2021 of the Head of Finance (K. Quinn) - Draft Budget Strategy for Financial Year 2022 in compliance with the Local Government (Financial and Audit Procedures) Regulations 2014. pdf icon PDF 757 KB

Minutes:

It was proposed by Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland and seconded by Deputy Lord Mayor Joe Costello that Dublin City Council notes the contents of Report No. 218/2021. The

motion was put and carried.

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Report No. 219/2021 of the Head of Finance (K. Quinn) - With Reference to the Local Property Tax Public Consultation Process pdf icon PDF 529 KB

Minutes:

It was proposed by Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland and seconded by Deputy Lord Mayor Joe Costello that Dublin City Council notes the contents of Report No. 219/2021. The

motion was put and carried.

 

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Report No. 217/2021 of the Chief Executive (O. Keegan) - With Reference to the Local Property Tax Local Adjustment Factor in respect of the Financial Year 2022 pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

It was proposed by the Labour Party, Green Party and Social Democrats that Dublin City Council determines, in accordance of the provisions of Section 20 of the Finance (Local Property Tax) Act 2012 (as amended), that the basic rate of local property tax should stand at its baseline level for 2022 in respect of relevant residential properties situated in the administrative area of Dublin City Council. The motion was put to a vote and was defeated. Details of the vote are contained within Appendix A to these minutes.

 

It was proposed by Fianna Fail that Dublin City Council determines, in accordance of the provisions of Section 20 of the Finance (Local Property Tax) Act 2012 (as amended), that the basic rate of local property tax should be varied downwards by 15% per cent for 2022 in respect of relevant residential properties situated in the administrative area of Dublin City Council. The motion was put to a vote and was carried. Details of the vote are contained within Appendix B to these minutes.

 

Sinn Féin, Fine Gael and the Independent Group all submitted motions which called for a 15% downward variation of the basic rate of the Local Property Tax. However, as the substance of these motions had already been agreed it was not necessary to put them.

Recorded Vote
TitleTypeRecorded Vote textResult
Vote No. 1: Amendment proposed by the Labour Party, Green Party and Social Democrats Ad-Hoc Rejected
Vote No 2. Amendment proposed by Fianna Fail Ad-Hoc Carried
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  • The meeting concluded at 7.30pm.