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Council Partners News
Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, has announced additional funding of almost €16 million for repairs and improvement works on our rural roads and laneways. The funding, under the Local Improvement Scheme (LIS), will support the continued improvement of non-public roads and lanes that are not normally maintained by local authorities. Such
Business Education News
The Digital Learning Institute (​​​​DLI​​​​), a provider of digital learning courses and upskilling programs, announces that it has successfully raised €1.8 million in investment from the Davy EIIS Fund, ​​Enterprise Ireland, and private investors from the digital learning industry.   Commenting on the investment, DLI founder John Kilroy said the investment would allow the
Business News Transport
Electric vehicle (EV) charging start-up Go Eve has secured €3.5 million in its first funding round, valuing the business at nearly €15 million. The company’s “DockChain” technology aims to make high-power DC charging cost-competitive with lower-power AC charging options. DockChain achieves this by extending the reach of single rapid chargers to service multiple parking
History News
The Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan TD, has announced additional funding of €1.2 million to the INSTAR+ archaeological research programme funded by the National Monuments Service, in partnership with the Heritage Council and administered by the Irish Research Council (IRC). Building on a first round of €1.32m INSTAR+ funding awarded […]
Housing News
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, and the Minister of State for Local Government and Planning, Kieran O’Donnell, have announced €83.125 million in national funding for Housing Adaptation Grant for Older and Disabled people for 2023. This is a 2.3% increase on the initial 2022 funding allocation and represents a continuation […]
Environment News
Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, announced that a total of €483,728 has been granted to voluntary youth organisations in 2023 to support youth-led projects in the area of climate justice. The purpose of the Youth Climate Justice Fund is to promote the engagement of young people in activities, initiatives and […]
Council Partners News
The National Transport Authority has awarded €19k funding for Bike Week 2023 activities to Fingal County Council. Bike Week is a week-long celebration of the benefits of cycling. Bike Week 2023 will take place from Saturday 13 to Sunday 21 May 2023. Fingal County Council’s Active Travel unit is looking forward to offering a variety […]