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Council Partners Housing News
A new development in Hollystown has been opened by the Mayor of Fingal, Cllr. Adrian Henchy, celebrating the launch of Marillac Housing Association’s newly completed housing project that will be home to a number of adults living with disability. Local TD and Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth Roderic O’Gorman also attended the […]
Council Partners News Transport
New segregated cycle lanes have launched at St. Cronan’s Avenue and Brackenstown Road, Swords improving pedestrian and cyclist safety for the local community. Fingal County Council’s Department of Climate, Environment and Active Travel ran a public consultation in Spring 2022 when they first published proposals for the area, and engaged with local residents, schools,
Council Partners Education News
Fingal County Council, in conjunction with Dublin City University (DCU), Dublin Regional Skills Forum (DRSF), the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science (DFERIS) proudly hosted the inaugural “Xplore Your Future TY Skills Expo” across three levels at The Helix. The ground-breaking initiative, organised as part of the Fingal Skills
Council Partners News Transport
Driveyou in partnership with Fingal County Council, ear marked twelve suitable locations across Blanchardstown, Swords, Malahide, Sutton, Rush, Balbriggan and Skerries where a community car sharing service would integrate with the day to day needs of people in these areas. New Driveyou.ie locations in Fingal: Main Street, Blanchardstown Dublin Road, Swords Liam Rodgers
Council Partners News Sport
A significant step towards inclusive cricket was achieved as the Mayor of Fingal, Councillor Adrian Henchy launched Cricket4All Guidelines. The Guidelines are the result of a collaborative effort between Fingal County Council and Cricket Leinster aimed at fostering inclusivity and intergenerational engagement within the sport of cricket. The Guidelines were developed
Council Partners Housing News
Construction work has commenced at Balmoston, one of the largest residential housing developments in the state. The milestone, at the 32-hectare site in Donabate, North County Dublin, was marked with a sod-turning ceremony, attended by Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD; the Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Adrian Henchy; and representatives of
Council Partners Culture News
Get ready to celebrate Fingal’s rich heritage during National Heritage Week 2023 from August 12th-20th. There are a wide range of events taking place in Fingal including walks, talks, tours, exhibitions and more. National Heritage Week, is a nine-day celebration of Ireland’s natural, built and cultural heritage and aims to promote awareness of our heritage, […]