An initial €10 million rejuvenation scheme represents the start of Our Balbriggan - a three-year vision for the future of the town which you can help shape over the next few weeks.
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The latest news from Our Balbriggan
Great news for Balbriggan – the Balbriggan Enterprise and Training Centre has announced they will be expanding their office space suitable for remote workers and start-up businesses. Eighteen desks will be available, some individual offices, a meeting room and a shared space for use by community groups in the revamped 3,200 square feet facility. In
The new year will see a new era dawn for Ireland’s youngest town as the Our Balbriggan rejuvenation plan starts to have a visible effect on the area. There has been huge progress on the plan, which has been shaped by the views of the people of the town, according to the Balbriggan Leadership Group.
Fingal County Council is proposing to develop the Fingal Coastal Way, which will provide a high quality, safe, attractive and environmentally sympathetic coastal walking and cycling route to serve Fingal that will run through Newbridge Demesne, Donabate, Rush, Loughshinny, Skerries and Balbriggan. The proposed rural and urban greenway will encourage active recreation such as walkers,