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      Am I eligible for a Mobility Aid Housing Grant?

      The grant is means tested and the level of grant is determined by taking account of the annual gross income of the registered property owner together with all household members over 18 (or 23 if in full time education) in the previous tax year.  In order to qualify for a grant under this scheme the gross household income must not exceed €30,000 (some applicants may qualify for certain income disregards).

      What is the maximum Grant available?

      The maximum grant available is €6,000 or 100% of the approved nett cost of proposed works.  The applicant may qualify for a refund of the VAT from the Revenue Commissioners subject to certain conditions once they have paid the contractor in full.

      What type of work is covered by the grant?

      The only works available under this scheme are re-wiring, re-roofing and the provision of central heating (where none exists).

      N.B.  Central Heating – There is no grant available under this scheme for upgrading an existing central heating system.  These grants are available from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland at 1850 927000 or www.seai.ie

      Am I eligible for a grant?

      All applications for grant aid under this scheme are means tested and the level of grant is determined as follows, the annual gross income of the registered property owner together with all household members over 18 (or 23 if in full time education) in the previous tax year up to a maximum income of €60,000, (some applicants may qualify for certain income disregards). 

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Housing Grants

Am I eligible for a Mobility Aid Housing Grant?

The grant is means tested and the level of grant is determined by taking account of the annual gross income of the registered property owner together with all household members over 18 (or 23 if in full time education) in the previous tax year.  In order to qualify for a grant under this scheme the gross household income must not exceed €30,000 (some applicants may qualify for certain income disregards).

What is the maximum Grant available?

The maximum grant available is €6,000 or 100% of the approved nett cost of proposed works.  The applicant may qualify for a refund of the VAT from the Revenue Commissioners subject to certain conditions once they have paid the contractor in full.

What type of work is covered by the grant?

The only works available under this scheme are re-wiring, re-roofing and the provision of central heating (where none exists).

N.B.  Central Heating – There is no grant available under this scheme for upgrading an existing central heating system.  These grants are available from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland at 1850 927000 or www.seai.ie

Am I eligible for a grant?

All applications for grant aid under this scheme are means tested and the level of grant is determined as follows, the annual gross income of the registered property owner together with all household members over 18 (or 23 if in full time education) in the previous tax year up to a maximum income of €60,000, (some applicants may qualify for certain income disregards). 

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