CEO of Sandyford Business District receives prestigious Cathaoirleach’s Award for his service to the area 

CEO of Ireland’s largest business improvement district, Sandyford Business District (SBID), Ger Corbett, has been awarded a Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Cathaoirleach’s Award by the Chair of the local authority, Councillor Denis O’Callaghan.  

The award ceremony took place on June 4th at County Hall in Dún-Laoghaire and featured a range of winners from across the local authority area. Prominent among the winners were advocate and Chair of the DLR Disability Consultation Group, Helena Mollaghan, and pioneer and driver of the Loughlinstown Co-Op homeownership project, Rowena Kelly.  

The Cathaoirleach’s Awards take place annually and are the highest honours conferred by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, recognising individuals who demonstrate outstanding dedication and service to their local community.  

Ger Corbett, CEO of Sandyford Business District reflected on the award, “I am deeply honoured to have been bestowed with a Cathaoirleach’s award, and I am very grateful to Cllr O’Callaghan for this recognition.

As CEO of SBID, I have the privilege to work with a team whose aligned vision is to enable the continued growth of the district and ensure its evolution as a leading, vibrant and sustainable business hub in Ireland. 

Sandyford is a world-class destination for multinational corporations to locate in, and through many projects and initiatives all businesses, including SME’s, have prospered here. Doing this in a sustainable way, aligned to the ESG goals is important to us, which guides each and every one of our initiatives.”

(Source: Rockwood)

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