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Council Partners News Transport
In September 2022 Fingal County Council launched a public consultation on an Active Travel Plan for Skerries, aimed at improving the town for residents and visitors alike. The public consultation ran until early November and used street surveys, workshops in schools, engagement withthe general public, online surveys and suggestion boxes placed around the town to […]
Council Partners News Sport
Fingal County Council’s Sports Office sends its fullest congratulations to Balbriggan Cricket Club right-arm seam bowler Aadi Wankhade, who has been awarded the prestigious Cricket Leinster ‘Find a Fast Bowler’ award for 2022. The award in its seventeenth season, has been established to identify the finest young fast bowlers in Leinster, and Aadi represents the third […]
Council Partners News
There is something for everyone in the fantastic programme planned for the fourth Fingal Inclusion Week with over 100 events taking place around the County. The week, which runs from November 14th to November 20th is an initiative of Fingal County Council Community Office in collaboration with Fingal Integration Officer and the Fingal Public Participation Network.  Fingal
Council Partners News
Fingal County Council has launched a public consultation on its draft plan to regenerate the centre of Swords through sustainable development. The draft Sustainable Swords Strategy, which contains 16 projects, is a plan based on best practice in urban development from across the world and will create an accessible, inclusive, child-friendly, and healthy urban environment
Council Partners Environment News
Fingal County Council presents The Dublin Community Clean-up, Dublin’s biggest ever clean-up event taking place from the 10th to the 18th of September. A collaborative initiative developed by Dublin’s Four Local Authorities, Clean Coasts, National Spring Clean, Local Authority Waters Programme, Dublin City Canals and Dodder Action, the event unites residents, volunteers,