Under the Differential Rents Scheme your weekly charge (rent) is based on the assessable income of all members of the household. It is your responsibility as a tenant to notify us of any change in circumstances; eg: changes in income, or people moving in or out of the household.
Contact details are listed at the end of this page.
If your household income has changed, print and complete the Rent Assessment Form 2021. If you are now employed print and complete the Income From Employment Form. For any new employments please have the Income for NEW Employment Form completed by your new employer. You can then send the forms to the address listed at the end of this page.
If you have access to the internet you may view your Rent Account Statement on the link below, your user name and password are issued from the Rent Account Management Section on request, you must have a user name and password before you can access this online statement.
If you do not have internet access you may contact by phone or by e-mail on the contact details below.
In the event of a credit being accumulated on the account, please fill out the refund form Rent Refund Application EFT and return it to Fingal County Council for processing. Please note that it is the policy of Fingal County Council not to refund amounts of less than or equal to €200 and that also two weeks rent is held back in order to ensure that the account will always be in credit.
Fingal County Council
Rent Account Management Section
Block 1 Floor 2
By telephone: 01/8905132 or
Areas in the North County include Balbriggan, Donabate, Howth, Lusk, Malahide, Portmarnock, Portrane, Rush, Skerries and Swords
Areas in Dublin15 include Blakestown, Carpenterstown, Castaheney, Castleknock, Clonee, Clonsilla, Coolmine, Hartstown, Mulhuddart, Ongar, Tyrellstown, Verdemont and Waterville.