A 3% zoned land tax should not be introduced for land that is being farmed.
That’s according to Mayo’s IFA Chair Jarlath Walsh.
He says that many farmers may be unaware they are subject to this tax as they aren’t notified and must look at maps themselves to find out if their land is included.
It follows the publication of the draft residential zoned land tax maps by Mayo County Council
Jarlath Walsh told Midwest Radio’s Alannah Nolan that the period for farmers to apply to have their land rezoned needs to be increased…