Do you have a house, apartment or holiday home that’s not in use at the moment? Please consider offering it for those fleeing war in Ukraine.
Louth County Council is appealing for offers of unoccupied properties to provide temporary homes for Ukrainian people and families.
The call is part of a new government initiative, led by local authorities.
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A tax-free recognition payment of €800 per month is available for properties used to house those arriving from Ukraine.
Under the new programme, Louth County Council will take offers of houses, apartments or holiday homes for temporary accommodation, liaise with owners to assess suitability, and arrange for their use by Ukrainian people and families.
Property owners can offer homes at Gov.ie/Offerahome.ie or by contacting Louth County Council by phone 042-9335457 or e-mail email@example.com.