Fifteen local authorities across the country will take part in the first-ever national Make Way Day on Wednesday 26 September, alongside leading disability organisations to call for greater public awareness Continue Reading →
Donegal’s Seven Strategic Towns Local Area Plan is the first consolidated local area plan for An Clochán Liath/Dungloe, Ballybofey-Stranorlar, Ballyshannon, Bridgend, Carndonagh, Donegal Town and Killybegs for 2018 to 2024.
Dún Laoghaire Marina has been awarded EcoMerit Environmental Certification in recognition of the work it does in striving for continuous environmental improvement in line with the requirements of the EcoMerit Continue Reading →
The ICSH Finance & Development Conference, supported by Gas Networks Ireland will take place on 25-26 October at the Lyrath Conference Centre in Kilkenny.
Limerick is a European City of the Future, following the recent presentation of the prestigious fDi European Cities & Regions of the Future award to the Treaty City. Continue Reading →
The 800 solar panels installed one year ago in Tipperary are now delivering 10 per cent more electricity than previously expected, making significant savings of over €30,000 per year for Tipperary County Council. Continue Reading →
The new President of the Association of Irish Local Government, Cllr John Crowe, believes that councillors urgently need improved resources to continue to deliver and develop their roles as public representative, considering the “high level of service” they give to the public. Continue Reading →
The provision of modular housing for homeless families faces significant delays following Dublin City Council’s decision to cancel the €20 million tender, with the council citing an insufficient number of application. Continue Reading →
The majority of county councils across Ireland have included the 1916 Remembrance Gardens as part of their 2016 Centenary Programmes. Continue Reading →
There are now plans by the Department of the Environment and Local Government to review the reforms it introduced in 2014, which saw the abolition of town councils and a subsequent reduction in the number of local authorities from 114 to 31. Continue Reading →