Balbriggan is set to be transformed through a €30m rejuvenation plan – an ambitious new vision for the town, which will be shaped by your views.
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Balbriggan people are being encouraged to explore the world of learning with the town’s first festival of education and training skills. The Our Balbriggan Loves Learning festival will take place from April 19-30 and will explore a range of learning and upskilling opportunities. The inaugural Festival was postponed in 2020 due to Covid and this
Balbriggan is Ireland’s second oldest active lighthouse, built in 1769. In 2017 Fingal County Council commenced work on the lighthouse to replace the missing dome, which can be seen today fully restored. Balbriggan is a seaside town on the Belfast-Dublin corridor. Walking trails and rail links nearby allow travellers to arrive quickly and begin exploring
The transformation of Ireland’s youngest town has taken a massive step forward with the announcement of the award of €25.4m for eight key Our Balbriggan Rejuvenation Plan projects under the Urban Regeneration Development Fund (URDF). The overall cost of the projects, to be completed by 2027, is anticipated to be €33.9m with Fingal County Council