For an express service to lodge your Fire Safety Certificate application, you must settle FiSCA’s quotation and make a donation to Blood Bikes West at https://www.idonate.ie/750_blood-bike-west.html.
The size of the donation will depend upon the complexity of the project. For projects up to 1,500m2 a donation of €1,000 will suffice. For projects over 1,500m2 a donation equal to 25% of the County Council’s FSC fee will suffice. Forward a copy of the donation receipt to email@example.com along with your request.
Chris promises to undertake and submit your Fire Safety Certificate application within ten working days of your donation, providing you give him all necessary information for your project when requested. You get the express service you want and Chris has the satisfaction of knowing someone else has benefited from his good fortune. The Disability Access Certificate application will be lodged when it’s turn comes up on the Board, as the DAC isn’t required until the premises is ready for opening.
Please note that this is not a fast-track service through the local authority administrative system to obtain your Fire Safety Certificate any quicker than the existing system allows.
Chris undertakes this work in his own time in the evenings so as not to delay the normal schedule/programme of work already posted on https://fisca.ie/the-board/
Who are Blood Bikes West and what do they do, see for yourself. https://www.bloodbikewest.ie/ and https://www.facebook.com/BloodBikeWest/
Donations made on BloodBikeWest’s facebook page are free of fees to the charity but not via the IDonate page, which asks donors to pay the fee in addition to their donation to the charity!