Recent news and updates
COVID 19- Information on PRA Services
As of midnight on Wednesday, 21st October, Ireland is placed on Level 5 of the Plan for Living with COVID. Level 5 restrictions will remain in place for six weeks.Please click here for our latest update.
Grant awarded to explore new ways to bring property records to life On 1 August 2020, the Property Registration Authority joined with archival partners National Records of Scotland, and research partners Trinity College Dublin and the University of Glasgow to begin a research project exploring ways of making two of Ireland and Scotland’s largest record collections for the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries more accessible and user friendly. Read More.
PRA Annual Report The PRA Annual Report for 2019 is now available and can be viewed here.
Blog No. 4: Heritage Week 2020 - Memorials of Educators and Schools Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Heritage Week 2020 has moved from physical events to virtual projects. In response to the Heritage Week theme ‘the heritage of education,’ this project explores Registry of Deeds memorials relating to educators and schools. Read More.
Property Alert Service
The Property Alert Service is a free service available to all. Property is usually the most valuable asset people own. It can be sold and mortgaged to raise money and can therefore be an attractive target for fraudsters. The PRA have introduced the Property Alert Service in order to help deter and detect potential property fraud. Read More.
The Property Registration Authority (PRA) is the State organisation responsible for the registration of property transactions in Ireland. Our role is to provide a system of registration of title (ownership) to land, which is comprehensive and readily accessible. The PRA manages and controls the Land Registry and the Registry of Deeds and also operates the Ground Rents Purchase Scheme. Read more
The Regulation of Lobbying Act 2015 (effective date 1st September 2015) is designed to provide information to the public about lobbying of designated public officials on specific policy, legislative matters or prospective decisions. See more