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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,
Council Partners Culture News
Festival in a Van came to Fingal on Wednesday July 20th for two special performances to welcome our new Ukrainian friends to the county. Supported by Creative Ireland, Fingal libraries and Fingal’s Community Development Office and led by a team of theatre professionals, Festival in a Van is the perfect vehicle for absolutely anyone who likes the idea […]
Council Partners News Transport
Fingal County Council brought together Councillors, contractors and staff for an onsite briefing at St. Cronan’s Road and Brackenstown Avenue as work gets underway on cycle lane upgrades in Swords. These works include upgrading of the existing walking and cycling infrastructure in the area to improve safety, reduce traffic speed and create better connections to […]
Council Partners Culture News
Fingal County Council is looking for your assistance in capturing and preserving the story of thatch in Fingal for future generations, from the thatched dwellings past and present to those who lived in them and all the traditions associated with this part of the Fingal Thatch Project 2022. North County Dublin was renowned in the […]