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Abbotstown Study

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About Fingal

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We are a Local Authority north of Dublin with offices at Swords and Blanchardstown. We serve a geographical location of 452.sq km which spans rural, urban and suburban communities, and is home to several key elements of national and regional infrastructure, including Dublin Airport.  View . 

 

Adult Learning

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We deliver a range of learning workshops for Adults in Fingal.

Affordable housing

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The Affordable Housing scheme is no longer in place, and no new applications will be accepted. 

Airport Local Area Plan

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This Local Area Plan has been extended until 23rd June, 2015

Airport Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s. 

Allotment Strategy 2012

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Find out more below

Allowances and Expenses

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You can view allowances and expenses for our Councillors from 2009 to date below.

Annual Budget

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The revenue budget deals with the day to day expenditure of maintaining and providing services throughout the county.

Annual Financial Statement

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The Annual Financial Statement sets out the financial position of the Council as at the 31st December of any given year.  The accounts are audited by the Local Government Auditor.  Following consideration by the Audit Committee, the audited accounts are presented to the local Councillors at the next practicable meeting .  

Annual Report

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You can download the Annual Report Documents from 2008 to 2013 below

Appeal a planning decision

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You can make an appeal to An Bord Pleanála if you are not happy with a planning decision, or the conditions attached to a planning decision.

Aqua Fit - older adult programmes

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The Fingal Older Adult Aqua-Fit Programmes take place in a number of swimming pools throughout Fingal.

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Archives

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Fingal County Council is committed to providing its citizens with a free, accessible, user-friendly, and professional Archives Service. We preserve and provide access to the local government archives and records of Fingal County Council, and its predecessors Dublin County Council, the Dublin Rural District Councils, Town Councils, Boards of Guardians, and County Dublin Grand Jury.

Balbriggan

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Balbriggan is associated with its industrial past or its picturesque harbor. However results from recent archaeological excavations have shown the ‘town of the small hills’ to be part of a considerably more ancient landscape.

Balbriggan Public Realm Plan

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Read more below

Balbriggan Stephenstown Local Area Plan

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Balbriggan Stephenstown Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Baldoyle Stapolin Local Area Plan

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Find out more below

Ballyboughil Local Area Plan

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Find out more below

Ballycoolin

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View Current Documents Below

Barking Dogs

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Find out what you can do about a barking dog below

Barrysparks Local Area Plan

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Find out more below

Before you start building

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Once you have planning permission and before you start building there are forms that you will need to send in to us.  Depending on what you are building, you may need to send in a Commencement Notice or a 7 Day Notice, Fire Safety Certificate and Disability Access Certificate.

Bloom In The Park 2014

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We're very proud of our award winnning garden. Find out more below.

Bring banks

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There are 66 bring banks in Fingal, making it easy for you to recycle.

Broomfield Local Area Plan

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Broomfield Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Capital Programme

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The Capital Programme sets out the proposed major infrastructural projects to be undertaken, subject to funding being available, over a 3 year rolling programme.  In October 2014, the Capital Programme 2015-2017 was presented to and noted by the Councillors.  The Capital Programme 2015 – 2017 identifies 147 individual anticipated projects with an estimated capital spend of €92.97m.

Changing facilities

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We provide Dressing Room facilities for football clubs in the Racecourse Park Baldoyle, 

Charlestown

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View current documents below

Citizen Charter

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You can download our Citizen Charter below

Cleaner Community 2015

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Fingal County Council is delighted to announce the launch of the Cleaner Communities Awards for 2015.

Clonsilla Dunboyne Rail Sect 49 Dev Contribution

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Find out more below

Coastal Walks

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We are continuing to develop a coastal walkway from the Dublin City to the County Meath borders along the Fingal coastline. 

Fingal County Council Irish Language Scheme

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Comhairle Contae Fhine Gall - Dara Scéim Teanga 2015-2018

 

Comhairle na nOg

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Fingal Comhairle Na nÓg is a young peoples council that represents 12-17 year olds in Fingal, and gives them a voice at community level.

Commercial Property Listings

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The Commercial Property Listings is a compilation of available industrial, office and retail space in Fingal. 

Community Officers

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We are constantly working to develop communities through a wide range of programmes and services at a community centre near you.

Community Spaces

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We continue to enhance the cultural life of Fingal, and encourage participation in and access to the Arts, through our two Arts Centres, Draíocht and Seamus Ennis Centre. We also have a wealth of community facilities available to all our citizens. 

Conferences and Training Courses

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You can view our Councillors conference and training course attendance from 2009 to date below.

Conservation areas

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Architectural Conservation Areas (ACAs) are areas of special architectural, historical, archaeological, artistic, cultural, scientific, social, technical value, or areas that are important to the environment of a protected structure. They can be anything from a town centre or terrace of houses to structures associated with a specific building such as a country house or mill. ACAs are designated under the Fingal Development Plan. 

Conservation Plans and Reports

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The following Conservation Plans and Reports are available in relation to the properties under the control of Fingal County Council.

Council Meetings

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View all our information on Council Meetings, minutes and agendas.

Council Properties

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We acquire property for a variety of services.

Current consultations

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These are the items we are working on now. 

Dardistown Local Area Plan

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Find out more below

Development Contribution Scheme Section 48

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Read more below

Disability access certificates

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You must apply for a Disability Access Certificate for some new buildings.

Disabled parking

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We have mapped the location of public Disabled Car Parking spaces in Fingal. 

Dog Fouling

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Find out more about dog fouling and the Green Dog Walkers Scheme below

Dog Licences and Identification

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Find out more below

Donabate LAP 2006 - 2012

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Donabate Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Dublin 15

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From Blanchardstown to Corduff, Clonsilla to Kilmartin and from Mulhuddart to St Catherines, this south-west corner of Fingal has seen great changes over the years from fields and forts to industrialisation and a new suburban landscape.

Electrical items (WEEE) and batteries

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Where and how you can recycle WEEE and Batteries in Fingal

Enterprise Centres and Industrial Parks

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We currently have 3 enterprise centres in Fingal, and have developed a number of industrial parks to various levels of completion. 

EPA HSE Information Campaign Private Wells

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From June 5th the HSE and EPA are running an information campaign on private wells. They are asking homeowners to check their wells for signs of pollution or contamination. You can find out more below.

Energise Exercise Women in SportĀ  Initiative

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Exercise Energise is a Women in Sport Initiative, targeting inactive post-primary schoolgirls to partake in sport and physical activity in a fun and structured environment.

Field monument advisor

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The Field Monument Advisor (FMA) Scheme is an initiative of the Heritage Council and Fingal County Council to support landowners in the care of archaeological monuments in their ownership.

Find a Book

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We’ve got a big online catalogue including all the books, CDs and DVDs you can borrow from us.

Find archaeological sites near you

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Did you know that there are almost 900 known archaeological monuments in Fingal?

Find Out More About Bathing Water Quality

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Bathing water quality results for our beaches are listed on Splash, the EPA bathing water information website. Find out more about what we do to make sure designated beaches are safe and clean below.

Fingal Age Friendly County Initiative

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Our Age Friendly County Programme aims to better meet the needs of our older residents. 

Fingal Arts

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Fingal Brand

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The revised Fingal Brand came into effect on the 1st September 2013. You can find out more below.

Fingal development plan

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The Plan sets out the policies and objectives for the development of the County over the Plan period.

Fingal Facts and Figures

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Do you need data about your local area within Fingal?

Fingal Festival of Football

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Fingal Festival of Football is a 1 Day Community Football competition catering for: Girls, Boys, Special Olympics, Powerchair and Street League competitions. 

Fingal Healthy Reading Scheme

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Help take the weight off your mind.  If emotional or family problems are getting on top of you...your local library has self-help materials that could make a difference.

Fingal heritage plan

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Fingal has a rich heritage dating back thousands of years, from the passage tombs of Bremore to medieval church settlements such as Swords and Lusk and castles like Malahide and Ardgillan. Fingal also has a unique natural heritage of coastline, waterways, landscape and wildlife, and a cultural heritage of local history, music and folklore. The Fingal Heritage Plan 2011 – 2017 sets out a range of objectives to protect, manage and promote Fingal’s Heritage.

Fingal Local Community Development Committee

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co-ordinating and implementing local economic, social and community development.

Fingal Primary Schools Athletics League

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Fingal Primary Schools Athletic League is a participation based introduction to athletics events for primary schools in Fingal. 

Fingal Schools Boxing Programme (Kid Gloves)

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Fingal Schools Boxing Programme (Kid Gloves) is an introduction to boxing through non-contact fun sessions with local club coaches.

Fosterstown Local Area Plan

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Fosterstown Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Frequently Asked Questions

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We have listed and answered the most regularly asked questions about our loan accounts. If you do not find the answer you need here please contact us. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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We've listed and answered some of the most asked questions about voting and the register below. 

Gaelic4Girls

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Gaelic 4 Girls programme is organised by the Ladies Gaelic Association in partnership with Fingal Sports Office. It aims to increase participation rates of Ladies Gaelic Football, linking the new participants with a local club. Clubs such asEringo Bragh, St. Finian’s and O’Dwyers have participated in this programme.

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Garristown Local Area Plan

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Garristown Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Go for Life Fitline

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Fitline is an initiative encouraging older adults to stay active in Fingal.

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Go for LIfe Games

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Fingal County was one of the seven counties who took part in the pilot Go for Life Games, celebrating physical activity with older people in June 2012.

Golf courses

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Golfing facilities are provided by our Operations Department at Elmgreen Golf Centre, Castleknock and Corballis Golf Links Donabate. 

Grants

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Green Dog Walkers Campaign

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See what you can do to help combat dog fouling.

Gum Litter Taskforce Campaign 2014

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 Fingal County Council urges public to “Bin It Your Way”

Hacketstown Local Area Plan

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Hacketstown Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Hansfield Strategic Development Zone

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Read more below

Harbours

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The Harbours at Balbriggan, Skerries, Loughshinny and Rush are under our control and are working harbours.

Heritage groups and societies

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The Fingal Heritage Network brings together heritage groups from around the county to work together and pool information and resources. The network also represents the views of its members and seeks to inform policy making in Fingal County Council and other relevant organizations.

Historic graveyards

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Did you know that there are 54 historic graveyards in Fingal? Find out more below.

Hollywoodrath Local Area Plan

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Hollywoodrath Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Homeless Accommodation

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If you’re homeless, rough sleeping or at risk of becoming homeless and your last permanent address for over one year is in the Fingal area you need to contact the Assessment and Placement Service. Call to the Council’s office in person at Civic Offices, Grove Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 or call us on Telephone: 01 890 5090 during office hours or out of office hours on Telephone: 1800 707 707.

Howth Bioblitz 23-24th May 2014

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Come and join in the fun !

Howth Special Amenity Area Order

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Read more below

In the Swim

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In the Swim is an 8 week Senior Citizens swim lesson programme for beginners in the Dublin 15 Rapid area. Based in the National Aquatic Centre this programme is funded by the Irish Sports Council.

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Grants and Funding

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Find out more below

Irish Water

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From Tuesday 29th April Irish Water, the new national water utility is responsible for managing the customer contact for the delivery of water services to homes and businesses in Ireland. You should now contact Irish Water for information on water supply,quality and wastewater.Contact details are listed below.

Items Previously Displayed

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These items have finished their public display and are awaiting formal adoption by the Council

Joint Policing Committee

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Joint Policing Committee

Landfills

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There are two old landfills in the Fingal area – Balleally and Dunsink. Both have stopped accepting waste and are undergoing restoration and aftercare.

Late Night Soccer Programme

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Our Late Night Soccer Programme, Friday Night Football is organised in conjunction with the FAI and an Garda Síochána for teenagers and young adults.

Local Elections 2014

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Please find information on Local Elections 2014 below

Local Studies Library

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Fingal Local Studies was set up to collect, preserve and make available for reference material relating to the history and heritage of the County. Access to our collections is available in the Reading Room of Fingal Local Studies Library and Archives, Clonmel House, Forster Way, Swords, Co. Dublin

Lusk Local Area Plan

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Lusk Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Maintenance

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Fingal County Council maintains 168 sports pitches in Regional and Neighbourhood Parks which are used by Sporting Organisations throughout Fingal.

Malahide Public Realm Strategy

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Read More Below

Management Team

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Fingal County Council Management Team

Metro North

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Metro North Lissenhall Section 49 Dev Contribution

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Metro West Section 49 Dev Contribution

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Missing and Stray Dogs and Rehoming

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Find more information on what to do if your dog goes missing, if you spot a stray dog, or if you need to rehome a dog below.

Naul Local Area Plan

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Naul Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Nordic Walking Workshop

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The Nordic Walking Workshop is a six week introduction to Nordic Walking aimed at over 55s looking to get fit and try a new activity.

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Oldtown Local Area Plan

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Find out more below

Oldtown Mooretown Local Area Plan

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Oldtown-Mooretown Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Ongar Cycle Network

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Read more below

Online learning courses

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We offer hundreds of courses free of charge to all Fingal library members.

Parking Tag System

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We have introduced a cashless payment system via mobile phone to provide an easy parking payment solution.

Part 8

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See what we're working on now

Pitches in Fingal

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Fingal County Council maintains 168 sports pitches in Regional and Neighbourhood Parks which are used by Sporting Organisations throughout Fingal.

Playability of pitches

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Pitches are inspected every Friday morning.

Playgrounds and Games Areas

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There are several public playgrounds, skate parks and multi use games areas in Fingal. During frosty weather all playgrounds will close for Health & Safety reasons. Playground locations are listed below. 

Policies and Bye-Laws

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To protect our beaches and foreshores we implemented the Beach and Foreshore Bye-Laws 2006

Policies and bye-laws

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Read more below

Portmarnock Local Area Plan

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Portmarnock Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Portmarnock Local Area Plan

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Find out more below

Press Releases

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All our press releases from January 2014 to date are listed on this page.

Previous Fingal Development Plan

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You can see all documents for the Fingal Development Plan 2005 - 2011 below.

Procurement

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Property Management Companies

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Proposed traffic calming

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Have your say on proposal for Ridgewood Avenue, Swords

Protected structures

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A protected structure is a building, feature or structure of special interest that is protected for architectural, social, archaeological, technical, historical, cultural, artistic and scientific reasons. The protection includes the interior and exterior of the structure, and the lands and any other buildings within its boundary, unless otherwise determined by the Conservation Officer. 

Public art collection

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Public Art Collection

Public transport

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Find out more about getting around Fingal

Published April

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View the advertisements published in April 2015 below

Published August

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View advertisements published in August 2014 below

Published December

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View advertisements published in December 2014 below.

Published February

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View advertisements published in February 2014 below

Published January

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View advertisments published in January 2015 below

Published July

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View advertisements published in July 2014 below

Published June

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View advertisements published in June 2014 below

Published March

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View advertisements published in March 2015 below

Published May

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View advertisements published in May below

Published November

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View advertisements published in November 2014 below

Published October

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View advertisements published in October 2014 below

Published September

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View advertisements published in September 2014 below

Pumping Stations

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We currently operate over 60 pumping stations throughout Fingal in the delivery of drainage and wasterwater services.    Two of these pumping stations one at Toberburr and  one at Santry require upgrading in order to meet future development and demand of the areas they serve. We are actively involved in the delivery of works that will deliver these upgrades.

Quarterly Reports : Purchase Orders

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View our reports below

Quarries

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Quay Street Long Term Carpark Balbriggan

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Find out more below

RAPID Area

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We have one government designated RAPID area in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.
Click to download a PDF of Fingal’s designated RAPID Area Map.


Recorded monuments and works

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Recorded monuments are sites, structures and features of archaeological significance which are protected by National Monuments legislation. They can range from medieval churches and castles to ringforts, passage graves andcairns. They can also cover large sites such as the centres of historic towns like Swords or Lusk. Recorded monuments are often sites which contain archaeology below ground which may not be visible. 

Recycling centres

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There are two recycling centres in Fingal – Coolmine Recycling Centre and Estuary Recycling Centre

 

Representative Payments

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You can view our Councillors representative payments from 2009 to date below.

Research databases and services

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We provide free access to online databases in your local Fingal Library branch and from your home computer. Our Blanchardstown Library also houses the Europe Direct Centre, which provides a wealth of information and advice, and a forum for dialogue with services in European countries.

Residents associations

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 Do you want to set up a new residents group? 

 

Residents associations

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Residents Associations

Responding to Tenders

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We use the etenders.gov.ie website for the advertisement of all available tenders.

The contact details in relation to the specifics of individual tenders are available on the etenders.gov.ie website.

 

SUPPLIER REGISTER

 

We are developing a Supplier Register with details of Suppliers interested in quoting for business with Fingal County Council.  Please fill out the form below and we will add you to the Register which is available for Staff seeking quotes from Suppliers

 

Supplier Register Form

 

PROMPT PAYMENT CODE

Prompt Payment Code

Restricted Breeds

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FInd out more about your responsibilites as the owner of a restricted dog breed below.

Retail Strategy Report by DTZ Oct 2004

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Rivermeade Local Area Plan

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Road Works N3 Speed Limit

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The following Road Works Speed Limit is in effect until 1st May 2015

N3 Mulhuddart Interchange Upgrade 2014

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The Road Works Speed Limit is in effect until 31st March 2015.

Roads Bye-Laws

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Find out more about bye-laws in Fingal

Rolestown Local Area Plan

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Rowlestown Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s

Rowlestown Local Area Plan

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Find out more below

Royal Canal Greenway Feasibility Report 2012

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R‌ead more below

Royal Canal Report 2008

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Rush Kenure Local Area Plan

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Rush Kenure Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

South Fingal Fringe Study

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Read more below

Sports clubs

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In 2012 Our Sports Office helped support 700 programmes to 80,800 participants and covered over 650,000 sporting hours. 

Sports officers

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We support sports by delivering innovative programmes, providing training, leading and raising the profile of sport in the County.

Sports Competitions

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Spoirt and Spraoi le Colaisti - Camogie Blitz

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Spóirt agus Spraoi le Coláistí is a Post-primary school camogie blitz for 1st and 2nd year secondary school girls. 

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St Ita's Portrane

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View Current Documents Below

Stapolin Masterplan 2002

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Read more below

Streamstown Local Area Plan

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Streamstown Local Area Plan Documents. Click on the links to view the PDF’s.

Streamstown Rd Naul

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Find out more below

Swords 1014 Commemoration

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Dates for your Diary - Friday 25th and Saturday the 26th April.

Swords Masterplan

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Swords Strategic Vision 9th June 2008

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Taking in charge

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We've listed everything you need to know about the taking-in-charge process here.

Tenant Education Programme

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The Council runs induction courses for new tenants. This course informs you of your responsibilities as a tenant and gives you important information on your new home and your community.

Courses are run in Blanchardstown Library or in County Hall in Swords. It’s very important that you come to the course so you get all the information you need to make your tenancy a success and make your house a home.

Tennis courts

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Tennis Courts are provided on Council land at following locations. 

Traveller Accommodation

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The Traveller Accommodation Unit of the Housing Department is responsible for the housing needs of the travelling community within the Fingal area, which numbers approximately 400 families

Traveller Inter Agency Group

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We have established a Traveller Inter-agency Group (TIG) in line with national Government Policy. 

Tyrrelstown

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View Current Documents Below

Urban and Village Plans

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Vehicle disposal

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End of Life Vehicles and removal of vehicles in Fingal.

Vermin

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AAA Page Under Construction

View or search planning applications

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You can now search planning applications online with our planning enquiry service. You can search by document, or by map by following the links below. You can also view applications at our planning counters or request copies by telephone, with a credit card payment.

Voluntary Housing Bodies

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Voluntary Housing Bodies are independent, non-profit making organisations and generally target specific areas of housing need. They provide rented housing and services for people who are unable to provide their own homes, and for special needs groups such as older people with a disability, or homeless people.

Information on Voting and Elections

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Ensure you are on the register and eligible to vote.

Waste Water Treatment Plants

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We currently run two main waste water treatment plants.

Water Updates

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Irish Water is the new national utility body responsible for managing water and drainage operations and also water quality. It is now the contact source for the delivery of water services to homes and businesses in Ireland.  Consumers/customers with queries relating to water supply, water quality and wastewater issues need to contact Irish Water through one of the contact methods below: 

 

Contact Details for Irish Water

By Telephone: 1890 278 278 (LoCall)
By Minicom: 1890 378 378 (system for hearing impaired customers)
Website: www.water.ie
On Twitter: @IrishWater
Postal Address: Irish Water, PO Box 860, South City Delivery Office, Cork City

 

 

For information in relation to the current water situation in the Fingal Area please see page below.

Water conservation

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Water is a valuable resource when you consider both the production and distribution costs. It will continue to be the subject to a Water Conservation project.  

Water Pollution Incidents

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If we get test results that don't meet the water quality standards we have a process in place for notifying beach users. Find out more below.

Water Quality Reports

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Results for Water Quality in Fingal are listed below

Wind Energy Strategy

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Read more below

Your Local Councillors

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‌We currently have 40 Elected Members in Fingal. We also have Local Youth Councillors. Information is available below.