Archive for the ‘Fingal Area’ Category

Christmas Bonus will be paid to Fingal social welfare & PUP recipients this year – Farrell

26th November 2020

Dublin Fingal TD and Fine Gael Spokesperson for Climate Action, Alan Farrell, has welcomed news about the Christmas Bonus for social welfare and PUP recipients. Deputy Farrell said: “I am pleased to say that the full Christmas Bonus will be paid to social welfare recipients […]

Extra funding announced to support aviation industry

10th November 2020

Dublin Fingal TD and Fine Gael Spokesperson for Climate Action, Alan Farrell TD, has welcomed news that Dublin airport will benefit from a €80m funding package, announced today. Deputy Farrell said, “Today’s announcement is of great significance to the aviation industry in Ireland and all […]

Over 1 million to benefit as positive changes in the healthcare system take effect

3rd November 2020

Dublin Fingal TD and Fine Gael Spokesperson on Climate Action has welcomed the implementation of several changes to our healthcare system that took effect on Sunday, November 1st, 2020. Deputy Farrell said, “These changes will benefit in excess of one million people in Ireland and […]

Swords Primary Care Centre making significant progress – Farrell.

30th October 2020

Dublin Fingal TD and Fine Gael Spokesperson for Climate Action, Alan Farrell, has welcomed news from the HSE about progress regarding the Swords Primary Care Centre, following a parliamentary question submitted by Deputy Farrell. Deputy Farrell said, “We have been hearing about this public project […]

EirGrid public consultation is a chance for Fingal residents to have their say – Farrell

30th October 2020

Dublin Fingal TD and Fine Gael Spokesperson for Climate Action, Alan Farrell, has urged people to contribute to EirGrid’s public consultation on a new development. Deputy Farrell said, “Creating a safe and reliable supply of electricity is vital to the future of Fingal, as one […]

Carer’s support grant increased to highest ever level

13th October 2020

Dublin Fingal TD and Fine Gael Spokesperson on Climate Action, Alan Farrell, has called the increase in the carer’s support grant, a significant moment for carers across Ireland. Deputy Farrell said, “Budget 2021 marks a significant moment for carers in Ireland, an increase of , […]

Reduction in hospitality VAT rate will save jobs

13th October 2020

Dublin Fingal TD and Fine Gael Spokesperson on Climate Action, Alan Farrell, has welcomed the reduction of VAT in the hospitality sector, included in Budget 2021. Deputy Farrell said, “The VAT rate on the hospitality sector is being reduced to 9%, this is a positive […]

Budget 2021 will support economic recovery and job creation in Fingal

13th October 2020

Budget 2021 will support the economy to address the immediate challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and a hard Brexit and help businesses to get back on their feet, a Fine Gael TD has said. Deputy Farrell said: “Budget 2021 is a significant package of nearly […]

Climate friendly Budget prioritises retro-fitting, sustainable transport and a reduction in emissions

13th October 2020

Budget 2021 is strong on Climate Action, prioritising retro-fitting, a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and the development of sustainable transport, a Fine Gael TD has said. Alan Farrell is a TD for Dublin Fingal and serves as Fine Gael’s Dáil spokesperson on Climate Action. […]

€158,254 granted to assist Fingal Towns and Villages respond to COVID-19

12th October 2020

€158,254 has been provided to projects in Fingal to help towns and villages adapt to Covid-19, a Fine Gael TD has said. Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, today (Monday, October 12th) announced details of a further 137 rural towns and villages that will […]