Home Articles posted by admin
Feature Housing News
Commenting on these reports Minister Murphy said: “Rebuilding Ireland continues to put in place supports to help people out of homelessness. Today we see that those sleeping rough is at its lowest level since 2015 and the lowest since Rebuilding Ireland began. In October, there was a decrease of 23 families and 47 children in […]
Education Environment Feature News
Understanding the role that water plays in our daily lives Research commissioned by Irish Water and conducted by B&A indicates that 44% of the Irish public admit they ‘know nothing or not very much’ about the work carried out by Irish Water and almost 80% of those surveyed say that they are interested in hearing […]
Housing News
The commencement of the Cork County Development Plan Review has been DEFERRED in accordance with Section 11(1)(b)(i) which stipulates that where notice of a development plan review is due prior to the making of the relevant Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy, then notice of the review shall be deferred until not later than 13 weeks […]
Limerick Twenty Thirty’s determination to maintain the proud architectural standards long since associated with the city has been recognised with two major awards on consecutive nights. The accolades kept coming for the already critically acclaimed Gardens International building as it claimed the prestigious Design Project of the Year at the KPMG Irish Independent
Fingal had been nominated in 11 different categories and picked up two awards as Our Balbriggan was named Best Practice in Citizen Engagement andtheDublinBay Prawn Festival was named Festival of the Year.  The Award was presented to the Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Eoghan O’Brien and the Chief Executive of Fingal County Council, AnnMarie Farrelly, by […]
The DRSWG Christmas Road Safety Campaign is encouraging all road users to ensure they have a safe way of travelling home from a night out over the Christmas & New Year holiday season. The campaign focuses on preventing drink driving over the festive period, asking “Who will be taking you home tonight?”. The image features […]
Financial News
It is an increase of €32m from 2019 and is the equivalent of €911 per head of population. The 2020 Budget will enable the Council to continue managing the on-going demands of the fast-growing and youngest county in Ireland. The Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Eoghan O’Brien said: “The budget process began as soon as the […]