Water is off to the Latchford and Castlegrange Estates in Ongar

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Water is off to the Latchford and Castlegrange Estates in Ongar to repair a bad leak. It was expected to have water turned back on by 4.30pm, however due to problems encountered while repairs were ongoing, it is now expected that water will not be back before 7pm. Fingal County Council apologise to consumers for this longer than anticipated water disruption.


List of HSE approved nursing homes.

This is the national published list of approved private nursing homes as notified by National Treatment Purchase Fund (on HSE website) which includes approved private nursing homes in Dublin North East. The prices refer to the cost of care for the provision of long term residential care services as defined in the Nursing Homes Support Scheme Act, 2009. Under the scheme, applicants pay a contribution to the cost of care and the HSE pays the balance in State Support payments to the proprietor of the nursing home on behalf of the client.


Water repairs on Clonsilla road

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Work will commence carrying out essential repairs to a 21 inch distributor watermain on the Clonsilla Road beside the junction of Coolmine Road, D.15 on Friday 19th July 2013. Works will take place from 10am and repairs are expected to be completed by 8pm. It will be necessary to put traffic diversions in place while repair work is being carried out. This area will be backfed but consumers may experience low water pressure while works are ongoing.


Over 400 council houses set to get an energy efficiency upgrade

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Over 400 council houses in Blanchardstown are set to get an energy efficiency upgrade as part of the Government's new stimulus package.

Energy Insulation Grants
Work will begin this month on a programme of attic and cavity wall insulation work on 266 social units in the Whitestown Estate. The six week programme by Fingal County Council and Airtricity is funded through the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland.


Symantec announce 400 jobs for Blanchardstown.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Symantec Corporation today announced that it will establish a new European Customer Management Centre in Dublin – creating up to 200 jobs in 2013, and a further 200 positions being created over the next two years.

The new centre will provide a Europe-wide sales and support function to Symantec customers and partners. The initiative is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation through IDA Ireland, the government agency responsible for the attraction and development of foreign investment in Ireland.

Austin McCabe Vice-President Symantec Ireland and Mayor of Fingal Kieran Dennison
Austin McCabe Vice-President Symantec Ireland, Siobhan Moore Dublin Airport Authority, Mayor of Fingal Kieran Dennison and Tony Lambert Fingal Chamber at the announcement of Aer Lingus direct flights from Dublin to San Francisco
Symantec will be looking for the highly skilled, multilingual team in Dublin to play a central role in achieving Symantec’s mission of protecting and managing customers’ information. The team is responsible for delivering an enhanced partner support function, demonstrating Symantec’s continued commitment to developing improved collaboration with its channel.


Additional €10 million to adapt homes for disabled.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

The Department of the Environment and Local Governmcnt has announced an additional €10 million in housing capital funding for people with a disability.
This funding will make a real difference for many people with a disability. It is just one of a number of initiatives in the housing area that we are delivering for this community, including:

· Strong focus on homes for people with a disability in the €100 million capital funding envelope that runs from 2012-2014. 800 new homes will be delivered in total through this funding.
· €1 million is being ring-fenced in 2013 to support a revenue-funded approach to the delivery of additional housing units for people leaving congregated settings
· Publication of the Implementation Framework for the National Housing Strategy for People with Disabilities in conjunction with Minister Lynch.


Insolvency rate down by a fifth.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

The company insolvency rate in Ireland in 2013 has dropped by almost one-fifth when compared to the same period last year.

Details provided by Solocheck show that 812 companies were declared insolvent between 1st January and 24th June 2013, down 17% on the same period in 2012 when 976 were recorded.

69% of insolvent companies this year have been liquidated with a further 30% entering receivership and the remainder going in to examinership.


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