Re: Re: An Taisce savages journalist’s plans for extension
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Yeah, but in fairness TP the timing of this couldnt be worse for An T – right when they should be showing up the exclusive nature of Dick Rs Heritage Trust :rolleyes:
I think that they show up Roche’s big house trust inadvertently by having the Burren highlighted]The Revenue Commissioners have recently published the list of properties which qualify for tax breaks for 2004 under the scheme known as Section 482. There are some well-known historic houses, as well as high profile owners, included on the list.[/QUOTE]
Not only has this government failed to assist the owners of the big house with proper grants to date but now they have excluded all but 3 to 5 big houses and will permit the owners of same to live in these houses whilst the taxpayer shells out millions and Ireland has in the governments eyes 3 to 5 properties worth real help and no national trust funding.
An Taisce has been the National Trust since 1946 and if thats all Dick has to offer they will continue to be the only National Trust in town