Christmas Opening Hours & Emergency contact information

We would like to take this opportunity to wish you and yours all the best over the festive season.

Please note the following opening hours for M&C Property over the Christmas period:


Friday 22nd December 2017                          Closing at 1pm

Saturday 23rd December 2017                     CLOSED 061 432777 for emergencies

Sunday 24th December 2017                        CLOSED 061 432777 for emergencies

Monday 25th December 2017                      CLOSED 061 432777 for emergencies

Tuesday 26th December 2017                      CLOSED 061 432777 for emergencies

Wednesday 27th December 2017               Open 10am to 3pm

Thursday 28th December 2017                    Open 10am to 3pm

Friday 29th December 2017                           CLOSED 061 432777 for emergencies

Saturday 30th December 2017                     CLOSED 061 432777 for emergencies

Sunday 31st December 2017                         CLOSED 061 432777 for emergencies

Monday 1st January 2018                               CLOSED 061 432777 for emergencies

Tuesday 2nd January 2018                              Open as normal from 9am


During this time, only emergencies can be dealt with and maintenance contractors will be limited so we would ask that you re-direct any non-urgent queries to the office during the week of January 2nd 2018.  Non-urgent maintenance should be reported to as normal to be dealt with from 2nd January.


Any emergency can be reported to 061 432777. *We wish to advise that unfortunately, any call-outs that are of a non-urgent nature will be billed to you directly.*


In the event that we experience harsh weather conditions, please note that there is very little that any maintenance contractors can do in the event of frozen pipework.  We would ask that you read the guidelines below and we appreciate your patience should issues of this nature occur.

Freeze prevention

  • During a severe cold spell, water systems including sprinkler installations can freeze, expand, burst and when there is a thaw significant water damage can result. If the water leakage is not detected.
  • Immediate and appropriate action should be taken, significant damage can be caused to contents, IT systems, fixture and fittings and buildings.
  • Monitor temperatures in areas which are vulnerable to freezing and have arrangements in place to increase the level of heating within the area if low temperatures are experienced.
  • During cold spells monitor temperatures every couple of hours and implement control measures if there is an increased risk of low temperatures
  • Never thaw a pipe using a naked flame.
  • If you notice water escaping, please contact M&C Property immediately and try to limit further damage as best you can.




To check for power outages in your area please click the following link:


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If you smell gas call:

Gas Networks Ireland 24 hour emergency line immediately on 1850 20 50 50

Recent Sale Agreed Properties

We have recently handled the sale of a varied cross section of property across all areas of the City and County. If you would like to speak to us about selling your property please do not hesitate to contact Diarmuid Madigan on 086 8166186 who would be delighted to guide you through the process.

Brief sample of recent sales:

30 Strandville Gardens, O’Callaghan Strand, Limerick

20 Ballantyne Place, Steamboat Quay, Limerick

7 The Oval, Gouldavoher, Limerick

20 Beechwood Drive, Greystones, Ennis Road, Limerick

4 Lissanalta Avenue, Dooradoyle, Limerick

340 Glanntan, Golf Links Road, Castletroy, Limerick

Student accommodation Investment property at City Campus, Limerick City

44 Belfield Crescent, Farranshone, Limerick

26 Lifford Gardens, South Circular Road, Limerick

110 Riverpoint, Bishops Quay, Limerick

312 Harveys Quay, Limerick City

25 Inis Cluain, Castleconnell, Co Limerick

Detached show home at Evanwood now open.

**New Detached Show Home open on Sunday from 2pm to 4pm or any week day by appointment**

M&C Property are delighted to now bring to the open market the much awaited detached homes within the final phase of the hugely successful development at Evanwood, Golf Links Road, Castletroy, Limerick. Please click on the link below for further details.

We have Moved!!


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The Limerick office of M&C Property has now settled in our new offices at The Red Church, Henry Street, Limerick. We are delighted to now call this iconic building in the heart of Limerick City our home.

Show Houses Now Open at Evanwood, Golf Links Road, Castletroy, Limerick


IMAGE 04 (SMALL) IMAGE 03 (SMALL)**Show Homes presently open by appointment only**

M&C Property are excited to introduce to the market the next phase of the superb new homes development at Evanwood, Golf Links Road, Castletroy, Limerick.

Phase 2 of the development is now being undertaken and involves the construction of 38 brand new, high quality semi detached properties.

Prospective home owners will have a choice of superbly finished 3 and 4 bedroom semi detached homes either with or without kitchen extensions meaning there will be something on offer to suit most budgets and stages in life.

The standard of construction and finishing that will be applied to each house will be of the very highest quality and this is clear to see from the show homes which are now available for viewing.
For further information and to arrange a viewing on a day and time that would suit you please do not hesitate to contact Diarmuid Madigan at 086 8166186.

Water Charges

A new system of domestic water charges is being introduced for homes that are connected to a public water supply (or to public wastewater services).  The Commission for Energy Regulation, which is the economic regulator for Irish Water, will devise the scheme of water charges.  Irish Water, the new national water services authority, will administer the charges.  Water meters are being installed at present and the first bills for domestic water will issue from January 2015 in respect of the last quarter of 2014.


The new system is being brought into effect under the Water Services Act 2013 and the Water Services Act 2013 and the Water Services (No.2) Act 2013.  Further information is available on, from the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government.

Who is responsible?

The occupier or tenant of a property should pay the water charges applicable to that property.  However, where an occupier cannot be identified, then liability for the charge defaults to the owner who will ultimately be responsible for the payment of those charges.


Therefore it is important for owners and landlords to ensure that all water charges are paid.

  • Landlords will receive a letter containing the Application Number and PIN code.  (Keep these details for your records).
  • Once your tenants have registered, you will receive a letter confirming they have done so.
  • As agents we will remind tenants to register.
  • Irish Water will not accept instructions from property agents.

Irish Water are awaiting confirmation regarding metering and the process involved when a tenant moves out and another tenancy begins.