List of ideas being presented in the Our Balbriggan survey

Public realm: Quay Street and harbour rejuvenation Bremore regional park and coastal improvements Railway Street and station redevelopment Dublin Street improvements Bracken River corridor and Mill Pond Park Bremore Castle to Ardgillan Castle coastal way as part of Fingal Coastal Way Local Economy and Enterprise: Develop quality leisure experiences based on the potential of the

Amazing response to Our Balbriggan public launch

Thousands of local residents have created an amazing initial response to the Our Balbriggan survey which was launched in the Bracken Court Hotel on Monday night. In its first two days over 2,000 people took the survey on, the results of which will shape the order of priorities for a list of improvements to

Have your say at the World Cafe

balbriggan world cafe

The World Cafe event is designed to gather a group of people together in a cafe style setting, where they will share their views on the draft plans for the area and there will also be an opportunity to bring new ideas to the table for discussion. The atmosphere will be upbeat, engaging and supportive

How to Get Involved in Our Balbriggan

The period from November 26th to December 14th will be vital to the future of Our Balbriggan. During that time a public survey will be conducted at a number of locations throughout the area, online at and through our social media channels on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Instagram, where you should look out for

Our Balbriggan in Action

Balbriggan Tidy Towns, as a vibrant and voluntary community group, is going from strength to strength, which the latest Tidy Towns adjudication report can testify. Tidy Towns volunteers focus on a wide variety of tasks and go way beyond just dealing with graffiti and litter. This year saw us spearhead landscaping projects in the Railway

Let’s shape a bright future for Balbriggan

A ringfenced total of €20 million plus by Fingal County Council, represents the start of Our Balbriggan – a vision for the future of the town which you can shape over the next few weeks. A Balbriggan leadership group, chaired by Professor Brian MacCraith, President, Dublin City University, was established earlier in the year to