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  • Holiday Hostels - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    meet a minimum set of requirements in order to be approved and registered with Fáilte Ireland Please find link below to Fáilte Ireland s website Failte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern If you are a service provider looking to provide holiday hostel services in Ireland you may obtain further information and relevant contact details from the Failte Ireland website in the links below Holiday Hotel and Youth Hostels Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of holiday hostel services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Further information Please find relevant link to additional information for doing business

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Travel-and-Tourism/Holiday-Hostels.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Hotels - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    of criteria for the classification concerned Please find link below to Fáilte Ireland s website Failte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern If you are a service provider looking to provide hotel accomodation services in Ireland you may obtain further information and relevant contact details from the Failte Ireland website in the links below Quality standards for hotels Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of hotel accomodation services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Further information Please find relevant link to additional information for doing business in Ireland on the Business Life Cycle Table e g taxation

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Travel-and-Tourism/Hotels.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Tourist Accommodation - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    responsibilities of Fáilte Ireland cover accommodation legislation monitoring of product quality and customer relations and in particular the management of appointed sub contractors for the inspection registration and approval of various accommodation categories Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern Fáilte Ireland has also appointed SouthWestern for the purpose of applying Fáilte Ireland standards in the approval of bed breakfast and certain non accommodation sectors If you are looking to provide tourist accommodation services in Ireland you may obtain further information from the Failte Ireland website in the link below Quality and Standards Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of tourist accomodation services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Travel-and-Tourism/Tourist-Accommodation.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Tourist Guide - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    services as a tour guide in Ireland the information below given is for general information purposes only The Association of Approved Tourist Guides of Ireland is the professional association of Tourist Guides who are approved by Failte Ireland and FETAC Further Education and Training Awards Council While there is no requirement for a licence it is advisable to note for anyone providing a service as a tour guide in Ireland including establishing a place of business in Ireland or providing a service without establishing in Ireland would have to comply with Irish law i e tax etc General information Starting a business in Ireland Temporary cross border provision of services Further information If you are a tourist guide who is looking to provide services in Ireland you may obtain further information in the about us section and the membership section of the Association of Tourist Guides of Ireland website in the links below About Us Membership Contact details Please find below the contact details for the Association of Approved Tourist Guides of Ireland Please contact the membership secretary David Harrington on 01 8462231 for queries relating to membership Site Map Home About Us Services Directive FAQ Contact Disclaimer A to

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Travel-and-Tourism/Tourist-Guide.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Travel Agents/Tour Operators - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    dealing with the role of the CAR and the licencing regime can be found at this link Applying for a licence A person wishing to operate as either a travel agent or tour operator must hold a valid licence The Commission for Aviation Regulation is responsible for the licensing of tour operators and travel agents under the Transport Tour Operators and Travel Agents Act 1982 as amended Fees An application for a travel agent or tour operator licence must be accompanied by the relevant fee The fee structure for travel agent licence applications is as follows Fees for travel agent licence applications New applicants 600 Renewal of travel agent s licence 300 The fee for tour operator license applications is set according to the projected licensable turnover of the applicant company The fee structure is as follows Fees for tour operator licence applications Licensable turnover Fee 635 000 or less 300 635 001 but not exceeding 1 270 000 600 1 270 001 but not exceeding 3 810 000 1 550 3 810 001 but not exceeding 6 350 000 2 150 6 350 001 but not exceeding 12 700 000 3 100 12 700 001 but not exceeding 25

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Travel-and-Tourism/Travel-Agents-Tour-Operators.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Youth Hostels - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    to meet a minimum set of requirements in order to be approved and registered with Fáilte Ireland Please find link below to Fáilte Ireland s website Failte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern If you are a service provider looking to provide youth hostel services in Ireland you may obtain further information and relevant contact details from the Failte Ireland website in the links below Youth Hostels Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of youth hostel accomodation services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Further information Please find relevant link to additional information for doing business in

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Travel-and-Tourism/Youth-Hostels.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Travel and Tourism - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Government Agencies Travel and Tourism Caravan and Camping Parks Guesthouses Records 11 to 12 of 12 Pages First Previous 1 2 Site Map Home About Us Services Directive FAQ Contact Disclaimer A to Z Index Browse by Sector Ireland Overview Ireland Overview Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Contact Us Internal Market Unit Department of Jobs

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/IPSC/Browse-by-Sector/Travel-and-Tourism/?pageNumber=2 (2016-02-11)
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  • Temporary/Cross-Border Provision of Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    temporary cross border services in Ireland Taxation is excluded from the scope of the Services Directive For more specific information service providers should contact the relevant competent authority the Office of the Revenue Commissioners www revenue ie to clarify the position on the tax implications of providing services in Ireland Requirement to Register for Tax self employed individuals A non resident individual who is not established in Ireland but who is providing services from their base in another Member State will not have a liability to Irish income tax as the income from the provision of those services is not considered Irish source income If the individual has a temporary office or similar available to them in Ireland they would have to consider whether or not they have created a taxable presence in Ireland Consideration should be given to the double taxation treaty between Ireland and the individual s home State to determine exactly what might create a taxable presence sufficient to give Ireland taxing rights over the income However where an individual service provider becomes resident in Ireland he or she will be subject to Irish tax on his or her worldwide income subject to relief under a relevant double taxation treaty and will be obliged to file a tax return declaring the income to the Irish Revenue Commissioners An individual is resident in Ireland for a tax year if he or she is present in the State for 183 days in that year He or she can also become resident in Ireland for a tax year if taking that year and the previous year he or she spends at least 280 days in the State Social Security procedures required Where a service provider becomes established in Ireland as a self employed individual he or she is required to

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