New era of stronger European Investment Bank activity in Ireland as EIB open Dublin office

Thursday, December 8, 2016

The world's biggest international public bank, The European Investment Bank (EIB) opens a permanent office in Dublin today. The Bank will give Irish companies a direct contact point for EU-supported finance and I obviously welcome their decision to come to Ireland. 

The new EIB Group office in Ireland represents the first ever permanent presence of both the European Investment Bank and European Investment Fund in Ireland. The office will be headed by Cormac Murphy an experienced banking specialist who during a 22 year career with the EIB has previously lead teams financing innovation and corporate investment, and developing new financial products, across Europe.


Waterways Ireland Launches New Events Programme and Online Application Process

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Waterways Ireland has launched the 2017 Waterways Ireland Events programme, formally known as the Waterways Ireland Sponsorship programme.

The new programme is not just a change in name, some of the criteria have changed and a new online application process will make it simpler to fill out the application, edit and submit before the deadline of the 17th January 2017.

To assist event organisers to make an effective and eligible application Waterways Ireland has updated the guidelines and provided a user manual and video tutorials should assistance be needed to complete the application.


Liffey Blueway Research Survey

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Fingal County Council together with South Dublin County Council is carrying out a feasibility study of the development of a Blueway along the section of the Liffey valley from Lucan Village to Palmerstown for use by residents and visitors.

A Blueway is a recreational water activity trail for non-motorised water activity. Blueways can be developed on canals, rivers, lakes or along the coast and can incorporate other associated land-based trails and parks adjacent to the water trail.

Development of the Liffey Blueway has the potential to deliver economic, tourism and health and wellbeing benefits for the local populations and beyond.

Please take a few minutes to complete our survey. Your answers are anonymous and will be treated in the strictest confidence.


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