16 Sep 2020

Irish Water progressing with the Loughshinny wastewater project

Irish Water, working in partnership with Fingal County Council, is starting work on the Loughshinny wastewater project next week. Improvements to the sewer network in Loughshinny will safeguard the environment by stopping the discharge of inadequately treated wastewater into the Irish Sea. The delivery of this project will provide wastewater services that meet the needs of both domestic and commercial customers in Loughshinny and the surrounding area while also providing some capacity for future growth of the village in line with the Fingal Development Plan 2017-2023.

11 Sep 2020

Fingal and East Meath Pitch & Putt Champions 2020

Fingal Sports Office and enthusiastic participants were delighted that the Fingal and East Meath Pitch & Putt Championship was able to go ahead in 2020. The competition took place over three evenings in late August and September on the Pitch & Putt Courses of Ballyboughal, Bellewstown and Ringcommons. 

30 Jul 2020
Sustainable Transport

Council welcomes publication of Emerging Preferred Route for Luas Finglas which has potential to deliver future growth and development

Fingal County Council has welcomed the publication of the Emerging Preferred Route for Luas Finglas, the proposed extension of the Luas Green Line from Broombridge to Charlestown in Fingal, which has the real potential to deliver on Project Ireland 2040’s vision for future growth and development on the northside of the city and in the wider Fingal area.

28 Jul 2020
rates Waiver

COVID 19 - Waiver of Commercial Rates

A 100% waiver of commercial rates applies for a 6-month period from 27 March 2020 to 27 September 2020 to all ratepayers except a small number of categories. 


24 Jul 2020
ReStart Grant

ReStart Grant Scheme - Important Notice

Our online application system for the ReStart Grant Scheme has been temporarily suspended following the announcement of the Government’s July Stimulus Package.

15 Jul 2020


ANCA is responsible for ensuring that the Dublin Airport Noise Insulation Scheme applies to all homes in an area that is referred to as a “defined noise contour”. The contour is the perimeter, or border, of the area that is identified as being eligible for insulation.