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  • Abattoirs - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    links below to more information on the Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Food and the list of local authorities on the Department of the Environment Community and Local Government website Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine Local Authorities Procedures for applying for an abbatoir licence in Ireland Where the local authority is the supervising competent authority the service provider is advised to submit plans to the local authority prior to construction These should include layout services and other structural details along with hazard analysis critical control point procedures food safety plans etc Once these are approved and the premises constructed a conditional approval is issued to allow the service provider to commence activity Subject to the plant being run satisfactorily final approval is issued within 3 6 months The procedures for approval of premises are set down in standard operating procedures which are agreed with the Food Safety Authority of Ireland FSAI the national competent authority While the local authority issues the approval the actual approval number which the abattoir needs to operate is allocated to the local authority by the FSAI Other procedures formalities a provider of such a service may have to comply with in order to exercise the service activity include If an abattoir is being newly established planning permission would be necessary prior to approval and environmental concerns would also have to be addressed These would both be dealt with by different sections within the local authority An approved plant in any EU country can supply to Ireland without having to establish make an application locally Please find link below to approved food establishments on the Food Safety Authority of Ireland website below Approved Food Establishments As mentioned above th e application process for higher throughput establishments is handled by the Department of Agriculture Fisheries

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/browse-by-sector/agricultural/abattoirs.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Advertising - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    there may also be some tax requirements Further details of these rules and requirements can be found in the links menu on the left Many advertising agencies belong to the Institute of Advertising Practicioners in Ireland IAPI IAPI s role is to promote the highest professional and creative standards in the production of advertising across all media IAPI plays a key role in the Irish advertising industry which is reflected

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/browse-by-sector/business-related-services/advertising.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Aquaculture (Fish Farming) - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Amendment Act 1997 it is required to have a licence to engage in aquaculture in Ireland The Aquaculture and Foreshore Management Division of the Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Food are responsible for the issuing of aquaculture licences They also administer companion foreshore licences required for coastal aquaculture operations The Aquaculture Licensing Section of the Aquaculture Foreshore Management Division co ordinates the administration of licences for Marine finfish e g salmon rainbow trout cod Land based finfish e g turbot perch salmon hatcheries Shellfish e g oysters mussels scallops clams abalone sea urchin Cultivation of aquatic plants e g seaweed Other procedures and formalities required to engage in aquaculture in Ireland involve land based aquaculture may require planning permission and a discharge permit from the local authority Applications for aquaculture licences may also be subject to environmental assessment if located close to Natura 2000 conservation sites Please find link to the local authorities website below Local authorities If you are looking to provide services in aquaculture in Ireland you may obtain more information in the Aquaculture Foreshore Management section of the Department of Agriculture Fisheries Food website at the following links below Aquaculture licensing Aquaculture licence forms and guidelines Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/browse-by-sector/fisheries/aquaculture-fish-farming-.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Archaeological Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    State s national built heritage Inappropriate excavation of a heritage site could result in damage to or destruction of the integrity setting or historical context of the site contrary to the public interest Prospective applicants for excavation licences who have not undergone this interview should arrange to do so prior to applying for an excavation licence An interview can be arranged by contacting licensingsection ahg gov ie Detection Device Consent Section 2 of the National Monuments Act 1987 as amended requires that consent must be obtained for the use of a detection device to search for archaeological objects at a specified place or for the use and possession of a detection device at a place protected under the National Monuments Acts A detection device is defined as a device designed or adapted for locating any metal or mineral on or in the ground on in or under the sea bed or on or in land covered by water but does not include a camera An application form for consent to use a detection device in the specified manner can be obtained from Licensing Section National Monuments Service Department of Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht Room G50 Custom House Dublin 1 Email licensingsection ahg gov ie Ph 353 1 8882178 Dive Survey Licence Section 3 5 of the National Monuments Act 1987 requires that an underwater dive survey licence is required in order to carry out dives surveys or other archaeological activities on wrecks or underwater archaeological objects An application form for a dive survey licence can be obtained from Licensing Section National Monuments Service Department of Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht Room G50 Custom House Dublin 1 Email licensingsection ahg gov ie Ph 353 1 8882178 Ministerial Directions for archaeological works on an approved road development Section 14A of the National Monuments Act 1930 as amended requires that all archaeological works on an approved road development a road development approved by An Bord Pleanála under either or both sections 49 and 51 of the Roads Act 1993 as amended must be carried out in accordance with directions issued by the Minister following consultation with the Director of the National Museum of Ireland Please contact licensingsection ahg gov ie for further details Ministerial Consent Consent for works at near a national monument in the ownership or guardianship of the Minister or a local authority or to which a preservation order applies Section 14 of the National Monuments Act 1930 as amended requires that the consent of the Minister is required for archaeological works at or near a national monument in the ownership or guardianship of the Minister or a local authority or to which a preservation order applies The Minister is required to consult with the Director of the National Museum of Ireland in relation to such an application for consent An application for Ministerial consent can be obtained from Licensing Section National Monuments Service Department of Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht Room G50 Custom House Dublin 1 Email licensingsection ahg

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/browse-by-sector/other-services/archaeological-services.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Architectural Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Overview Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Government Agencies Architectural Services Architect Providing cross border services as an Architect in Ireland 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 Enterprise and Innovation 23

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  • Associate Engineer - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    of professional qualifications as an Engineer in Ireland Professional engineers can obtain recognition of their professional qualifications through the Mutual Recognition Agreements that exist between Engineers Ireland and overseas professional engineering organisations or applying for recognition under EU Directive 2005 36 EC with the relevant Competent Authority Engineers Ireland Further relevant information If you are an associate engineer who is looking to provide services in Ireland you may obtain further

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  • Auctioneers, Real Estate Agents, Letting Agents and Property Management Agents - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    which PSPs must hold To establish and administer a system of investigation and adjudication of complaints made against PSPs To impose sanctions on PSPs for improper conduct To establish maintain and administer a Compensation Fund To promote the development and adoption of codes of practice To establish and maintain the Public Register of Licensed PSPs To establish and maintain a Public Register of Residential Property Prices To establish and maintain a Commercial Leases Database Drafting and introduction of a wide range of legislation Anyone involved in the activities below will be subject to regulation by the PSRA Purchase or sale by whatever means of any estate or interest in land including buildings wherever situated Auction of private property other than land Provision of property management services The letting of any estate or interest in land wherever situated Please find relevant link on the Authority s website below What we do Licensing Procedures All persons wishing to provide property services in Ireland must hold a licence from the Authority Please find link below to relevant information on the licensing procedures This link also includes information on the following a guide to the licensing process including relevant fees applicable relevant application forms Licensing procedures Providing cross border property services In the Property Services Regulation Act 2011 the reference to the requirements for property services provided by certain persons from other EU States is listed under part 11 Section 82 The following is for general information only and all queries concerning providing cross border services in Ireland should be directed to the Property Services Regulatory Authority In general terms if a person holds a licence or similar authorisation in a Member State for an equivalent type of property service and there is client account protection in place they can provide cross border temporary

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  • Auditors - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    or in another EU member state and The majority of the members of the administrative or management body of the audit firm are Individuals who are eligible for approval as statutory auditors in Ireland or in another EU member state or Audit firms approved as statutory audit firms in Ireland or in another EU member state Procedures required for operating as an auditor in Ireland An individual who is Already approved as a statutory auditor in an EU member state or Entitled under or by virtue of the laws regulations or administrative provisions of a third country to carry out audits of the annual or group accounts of a company incorporated in that third country and wishes to apply to one of the recognised accountancy bodies for approval as a statutory auditor in Ireland is required in the first instance to sit and pass an aptitude test The aptitude test process is currently administered on behalf of all the recognised accountancy bodies by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland It may be possible for an exemption from the requirement to sit the aptitude test to be granted Full details of the application process the contents of and application for exemptions from the aptitude test can be found here Passing the aptitude test does not confer statutory auditor status on the individual but makes the individual eligible to apply to one of the recognised accountancy bodies for approval as a statutory auditor The six recognised accountancy bodies are set out below Homepage Accountancy Body Name ICAI Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland ICAEW Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales ICAS Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland CPA Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland ACCA The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants IIPA Institute of Incorporated Public Accountants Further

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