The mark that is made on the your piece of property is a physical mark which is etched into the item. It is very difficult to remove and can be repeated a number of times on the one item. The mark is made by a specially-designed machine which embosses the property item with small dots in the pattern of your Eircode.

  1. You may initially be supported by your Local Authority or Joint Policing Committee
  2. If not already set up as a Neighourhood Watch or Community Alert area this should be done as a first step. Contact Property Marking Ireland to assist with this. Being a Neighbourhood Watch or Community Alert area will allow you to avail of Gárda support and obtain very cost-effective insurance.
  3. You will be visited on request by a Property Marking Ireland representative who will explain how the project should be implemented.
  4. It is extremely important that the project is promoted throughout the community and that at least one public meeting to launch the project is arranged. Property marking Ireland will advise on this.
  5. Identify those in your community who will carry out the property marking. They will have to be trained and only trained individuals will be authorised to use the machine. Property Marking Ireland will provide this training.
  6. Arrange property marking events
  7. Purchase household and small business registers and signs from the designated supplier. Property Marking Ireland will advise on this. Download order form.
  8. Arrange with the Local Authority to erect signs indicating that your community is part of the property marking scheme.

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  1. The property-marking machine will be made available through your local community development organisation at events throughout your area.
  2. Decide what items you wish to be marked remembering that it is not suitable for glass or other materials likely to shatter. A maximum of six markings per household is envisaged. You may decide to have one mark on six items or mark fewer items but put more than one mark on some items.
  3. Make sure that you know what your Eircode is and bring it with you. You can find your Eircode at www.eircode.ie
  4. Get each item of property marked with your Eircode number
  5. Take photographs of each item of property.
  6. Record the details of each marked item of property on the register which you will keep and which you must use as part of this programme. These registers will be provided by the community group.
  7. Display the Community Protect sticker on each item of property and on your premises ONLY AFTER steps 4 to 6 have been completed

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Small businesses which are at the same scale as households will be treated as if they were households. Please go to the Households page for more information.

  1. The property-marking machine will be made available through your local community development organisation at events throughout your area.
  2. Decide what items you wish to be marked remembering that it is not suitable for glass or other materials likely to shatter. A maximum of six markings per business is envisaged. You may decide to have one mark on six items or mark fewer items but put more than one mark on some items.
  3. Make sure that you know what your Eircode is and bring it with you. You can find your Eircode at www.eircode.ie
  4. Get each item of property with your Eircode number
  5. Take photographs of each item of property.
  6. Record the details of each marked item of property on the register which you will keep and which you must use as part of this programme. These registers will be provided by the community group.
  7. Display the Community Protect sticker on each item of property and on your premises ONLY AFTER steps 4 to 6 have been completed

Click here to view the costs page.

  1. These are businesses which have a substantial number of items to be marked.
  2. Contact Property Marking Ireland. You will be visited on request by a Property Marking Ireland representative and the property marking will be carried out on site.
  3. Decide what items you wish to be marked remembering that it is not suitable for glass or other materials likely to shatter.
  4. Decide where and how often you would like your property items marked.
  5. Make sure that you know what your Eircode is and bring it with you. You can find your Eircode at www.eircode.ie
  6. Get each item of property marked with your Eircode number
  7. Take photographs of each item of property.
  8. Record the details of each marked item of property on the register which you will keep and which you must use as part of this programme.
  9. Display the Community Protect sticker on each item of property and on your premises ONLY AFTER steps 6 to 8 have been completed. Details of how to purchase these will be provided.

Click here to view the costs page.

Our Location

Slieveardagh Cultural and Enterprise Centre

River Street Killenaule Co. Tipperary

Contact us

Address:
Slieveardagh Cultural and Enterprise Centre
River Street
Killenaule
Co. Tipperary

Phone:                  052 915 2895
Email:                   james@propertymarking.ie