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The concrete levy is a big issue for government, SF bringing a bill to have it removed, Last week Pearse said he agrees with a levy
but not right now, He now seems to have a change of mind,
 

SoundMan

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The concrete levy is a big issue for government, SF bringing a bill to have it removed, Last week Pearse said he agrees with a levy
but not right now, He now seems to have a change of mind,
:ROFLMAO:

Nice try jimmy. The concrete levy is a big mistake for the government. Even aside from the Rural Alliance and Labour Party who'll support the SF bill, Willie O'Dea said that he thought the government (as though he wasn't a member of the government parties and making them the government) said it was a mistake, and it was something he "spotted" :ROFLMAO:


There needs to be a levy on those businesses who made big profits from the building of the mica houses, including the banks, not on those hard pressed buying new houses or hoping to be able to build a small extension on their house.
 
They want to put a levy on those involved in building these houses which is fair enough as far as i can see but the local bricklayer,electrician carpenter etc wont be to happy.
 
:ROFLMAO:

Nice try jimmy. The concrete levy is a big mistake for the government. Even aside from the Rural Alliance and Labour Party who'll support the SF bill, Willie O'Dea said that he thought the government (as though he wasn't a member of the government parties and making them the government) said it was a mistake, and it was something he "spotted" :ROFLMAO:


There needs to be a levy on those businesses who made big profits from the building of the mica houses, including the banks, not on those hard pressed buying new houses or hoping to be able to build a small extension on their house.

The concrete levy as it stands is a mistake.

In 2020 & 2021 S.F. were all for a concrete levy.
 

SoundMan

Full Member

Brilliant isn't it - homeowners had to subsidise the energy costs of big business. :rolleyes:

"A subsidy paid by householders to help big businesses with their energy costs was still being added to domestic bills up until last week, it has emerged.

More than half a billion euro in extra charges has been levied on householders’ electricity bills since the Large Energy User Rebalancing Subvention was introduced more than a decade ago, the Irish Independent has discovered.

The subsidy has cost individual householders up to €480, since the support was introduced in the last recession in 2010, with at least €600m in extra charges added to domestic electricity bills in that time.

Neither the energy regulator nor the Department of the Environment, the department in charge of energy matters, could explain why the subvention has continued for so long.




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