Email – email@example.com
Phone – 021 492 4484
You can also contact Cork City Council’s Customer Service Unit at 021 492 4000, with queries.
Rates are payable by:
Bank: A.I.B, 66 South Mall, Cork
IBAN: IE11 AIBK 9341 7880 9161 88
BIC: AIB KIE 2D
Cork City Council will collect Rates due from 1st January 2020 only.
Arrears payments due for the period up to the 31st December 2019 remain payable to the County Council.
We expect bills to issue in March 2020. If you have arrears with Cork County Council a bill/statement may also issue from Cork County Council.
Rates can be paid after a bill is issued which we expect to be in March 2020.
If you have no arrears you need to stop your standing order to Cork County Council.
You need to set up a new standing order to the Cork City Council’s bank account quoting your new Cork City Council Account Number.
As a new ratepayer in Cork City Council, you will be issued with a new account number. This is a vital reference number. You will be given this account number when your first bill is issued by Cork City Council in March this year.
Rates for 2020 will remain the same as Rates in 2019, there will not be an increase in Rates.
However, Rates on vacant property attract a 50% charge.
50 % of Rates are payable on vacant property, if the following criteria are met:
If you owe Cork County Council arrears, you deal with Cork County Council for any rates accrued prior to 2020. Cork City Council is collecting Rates due from 01/01/2020 only.
You may for a time need to engage with the two local authorities regarding payment arrangements.
If you are paying arrears to Cork County Council you will need to contact the Cork City Council regarding the payment of 2020 Rates.
Yes, Cork City Council will take payments in instalments. All proposed pay plans must be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and if accepted payments have to be maintained.
Yes, an incentive scheme is in operation for SME’s who fulfil certain criteria. A 3% discount is applied to accounts whose annual charge is under €4,000, and who have Rates paid in full by November 30th. The discount is automatically applied for qualifying customers to the following year’s bill.
Customers that qualified for the County Council Rates incentive scheme in 2019 will have a credit applied to their 2020 Rates bill issued by the Cork City Council.
The rateable valuation of your property will not change in 2020 unless listed for revision with the Valuation Office.