These regulations only affect properties in Rent Pressure Zones (RPZ), though this includes the whole area covered by Dublin City Council. You can find out more about where RPZ apply here.
Under the regulations:
If you’re hosting at your main home for more than 14 nights per year, you must inform your local authority. The notification form (Form 15) for Dublin Council here.
If you’re hosting at a second property, you cannot host stays of under 14 nights either, unless you change the planning permissions on your home.
As a result, Houst are bringing in standard minimum nights of 14 across all Dublin properties. If you have the relevant permissions to let for less than 14 nights per year please contact your Account Manager.
Serious breaches of the planning code can result in penalties from your local council.
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