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Council Partners Environment News
Pictured above (L-R) Pat Slattery, (Tipperary County Council), Liam Conneally (Clare County Council), Vincent Murray (Limerick City and County Council), Eamonn Murphy (Chair Mid-West Regional Enterprise Plan) Image courtesy of www.limerick.ie ‘Once in a Generation’ opportunity sees Mid-West Councils work together to realise full potential of green energy economy Limerick
Council Partners News Tourism
Westmeath County Council Press Release 10-05-21 Westmeath County Council are preparing a new Tourism Strategy, which will guide and inform tourism development in County Westmeath from 2021-2027. You are invited to make submissions and proposals which will help to shape the new Tourism Strategy. Click here for more information on this consultation process and how to have
Business Council Partners News Tourism
Pictured at the Bridges of Ross to mark the virtual launch of the ‘County Clare Tourism Strategy 2030’ were: (front) Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council, Cllr Mary Howard; and (back, l-r) Leonard Cleary, Director of Rural Development, Clare County Council; Deirdre O’Shea, Head of Tourism, Clare County Council; and Pat Dowling, Chief Executive, Clare County […]
Business Council Partners News
1. Tell me about the Project Carlow 2040 strategy? E.g. When was it proposed, who has been responsible for its draft, when will we see it begin to take place? Project Carlow 2040 is an ambitious Regeneration Strategy for Carlow Town which contains transformational and aspiring ideas for the economic, social and environmental benefit of […]
Council Partners News
Following the success of the parklet on Douglas Street and as part of the ‘Reimagining Cork’ programme, Cork City Council is seeking to provide up to 10 more parklets in the city centre and wider city. Business owners, institutions, neighbourhood organisations, and other community-based groups are eligible to apply to be a “Parklet Partner.” Parklets […]
Council Partners Feature News
The innovative work carried out by local authorities across the country during the Covid-19 crisis will be highlighted today, Your Council Day (Wednesday, July 1). Across social media, #YourCouncilDay will showcase numerous heroes who have made a difference in supporting their communities through the vital work carried out by councils during lockdown. Social media users
Council Partners Culture News
Cork City Council and Cork County Council have chosen four artist residencies for the next cycle of their collaborative Creative Enquiry – Arts and Older People programme. This project explores new and unique ways to increase older people’s engagement with the arts and improve best practice models. Cork City Council and Cork County Council are […]