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Welcome to the Non Principal Private Residence - Online payment system.

Existing Customer:

If you have previously paid a NPPR charge you don’t need to create a new account.

To login you will need your:
1) Account Reference Code
2) PIN

If you do not have your login details please go to the login page and click on the "Lost Account Ref." or "Lost PIN" button.

For more information and to login, click...

New Customer:

If you are a new customer and want to make a payment you will need to create an account.

To create an account you will need your:
1) PPS Number (only required if you are resident in Ireland)  
2) Address & Eircode of your NPPR
3) Payment card details

For more information and to create an account, click...

Expiry of NPPR Charge for 2009/2010

The NPPR charge and late payment fee in relation to 2009 and 2010 has expired. Each charge which became a charge on a property unit is applied for its own 12-year period, measurable from the liability date. The NPPR charge and late payment fee relating to 2011 and the associated charge on a property unit is due to expire after 31 March 2023. The NPPR charge will expire completely on 1 April 2025.

COVID-19 Update

Please note that as a result of the impact of Covid-19, there is a limited service available in relation to the processing of payments and dealing with queries on NPPR. Registrations and Payments by credit card can be made online and this is the most efficient method of paying any liabilities due in respect of NPPR.

Payments by EFT will be processed as soon as possible. It is very important that all such payments clearly and fully identify the Account/Property being paid for.


There will be delays in the processing of payments made by cheque and in dealing with payment or registration queries sent by post. All queries should be sent by email to SUPPORT@NPPR.IE  You must include the EIRCODE of each property and the PSN of the Owner of the property to avoid delays

Certificates of Discharge must be sought from the relevant local authority. This office does not issue these Certificates


All Cheques/Drafts must be made payable to NPPR.
Our address is NPPR Bureau, PO Box 11654, Dublin 8


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