Revenue estimate and filing a Local Property Tax (LPT) return

Overview

In 2013, Revenue notified property owners of their obligation to LPT. Owners of single properties received both a:

  • Notice of Estimate of LPT
  • Form LPT1 (Return for LPT).

For owners of more than one property, Revenue also issued log in details to manage your LPT online. This allows you to view the estimates for all your properties and file returns for them.

What is a Notice of Estimate?

A Notice of Estimate is an estimated valuation of your property. It should not be regarded as an accurate calculation of your LPT. However, the estimated valuation will remain on your property until you file your LPT return. You must file a return, even if the estimated valuation is correct.

Filing your LPT return

You can view your notice of estimate and file your LPT Return online. If you do not file a return, Revenue can pursue the estimated amount of LPT using a range of collection options.

The LPT return filed in 2013 will cover the valuation period until 2019. For more information on the valuation period, see Valuing your property.

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