• Consultation Workshop on Bremore Regional Park Balbriggan

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    July 17, 2019

    Fingal County Council’s Parks and Green Infrastructure Division are developing a Masterplan to guide the future development of Bremore Regional Park and we want your views.

    Located north of Balbriggan along the coast, the Park is comprised of 41 hectares. The Park includes important historic sites, (most notably Bremore Castle) and landscapes, while providing significant public amenities.  A key feature of the Park masterplan will be the consideration of the Visual, Historic and Ecological attributes of the site. The Park Development Plan will include proposals formulated to achieve the best fit between the unique characteristics of the site and provision of active recreation and strong linkages to Bremore Castle and surrounding residential areas. 

    Speaking about the Masterplan Interim Chief Executive AnnMarie Farrelly said “Bremore Castle and Regional Park form a vital element of the Our Balbriggan Rejuvenation Plan. Fingal County Council is committed to harnessing the potential of this unique site to develop a premier regional park both as a tourist destination and a vibrant recreation area for the people of Balbriggan”.  

    Public engagement is key and the project team are hosting a consultation workshop so that the local community can share their ideas and views on the park design and development.  The workshop is taking place in the Bracken Court Hotel on Tuesday the 30th of July from 6.30pm to 8pm and if you wish to attend, please register via email to Fingal.DevelopmentPlan@fingal.ie   using the subject: RE – Bremore Regional Park Masterplan.  If you are unable to attend you can share your ideas or comments with us by emailing Fingal.DevelopmentPlan@fingal.ie  again using the subject: RE – Bremore Regional Park Masterplan.

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