Wastewater Treatment in the Greater Dublin Area

Friday, May 27, 2016

Wastewater treatment facilities form part of the primary infrastructure network necessary to facilitate essential development like housing, hospitals, schools, and industry. Today, development in some parts of the Dublin region is constrained, due in part, to a lack of essential infrastructure.


Major Study by DCU on Family Businesses in Fingal

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

"Lessons in Resilience and Success - Report on Family Businesses" in Fingal provides a snapshot of 12 multi-generational family businesses in Fingal with family involvement ranging from second to fourth generation. Between them they employ over 3,500 and have turnovers ranging from €1.5 million to in excess of €100m per annum.

Family Business in Fingal
 This is the first research output from a Memorandum of Understanding between Fingal County Council and Dublin City University and Mr Ed Hearne, Director of Services in Fingal County Council’s Economic, Enterprise and Tourism Department, said it came about because of the Council’s desire to learn more about the economic landscape in which family businesses within the county operate in.
Councillor Kieran Dennison Chair Fingal Economic Development and Tourism Policy Committee


Fingal Libraries and LEO team up to support local business

The Fingal Local Enterprise Office (LEO) has announced plans to roll out a series of business information workshops and other business services through local libraries. This will enable small businesses in the region to access valuable information and business advice directly from their local library. 

Commencing in Blanchardstown Library on Tuesday 17th May, a series of one to one business clinics will provide a confidential advisory service for anyone seeking to start-up a new business in the area. In addition, workshops geared at helping new start-ups to access information will be provided. 


Community funding made easy.

Entries for the 2016 Community Spirit Awards are now open! And this year we have more ways to apply.
We’re looking for voluntary groups across Dublin to send us their project ideas to benefit their local community. So far, the initiative has helped over 1,500 groups make their plans a reality. So spread the word. One simple form could make a big difference.

Apply online here or pick up a form at Dulin Bus Head Office, 59 Upper O’Connell Street Dublin 1.

For more information, please call 01 703 3143.


Work begins on Upgrade of Maynooth Line to DART Standard.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

DART Expansion including DART Underground is a game changer for public transport capacity in the Greater Dublin Area.

At the heart of the National Transport Authority's Transport Strategy for the Greater Dublin Area (GDA), 2016-2035, launched last month, is the DART Expansion Programme, a series of projects which would develop and expand the DART network in the Greater Dublin Area, building on one of Ireland’s great public transport success stories, the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit).

It involves:


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