South Dublin Council launch Business Support Grants

If you need assistance for your business, there’s help from South Dublin County Council. A brand new suite of Business Support Grants has been announced by South Dublin County Council’s Local Enterprise Office for the industrial estates of South Dublin County.  

The selection of funds has been developed for local businesses based in industrial estates around South Dublin County, as a way for the Council to directly encourage and support industrial estate occupiers to improve the investment potential of each estate and its units. To promote the use of vacant units, two of the funds are specifically designed to support microenterprises utilising previously vacant units.

computers-1227142-639x426

South Dublin County Council Chief Executive Danny McLoughlin said:

 “This new suite of funds are specifically designed to start a resurgence in the industrial estates of our County. In addition to funds directed at improving the visual appearance and marketability of the estates, we are offering two funds that specifically encourage new and existing microenterprise growth, while at the same time seeking to maximise the potential of existing premises and promote job creation.”

The Business Support Grant, Industrial Area Improvement Scheme, Individual Unit Support, Microenterprise Development Fund and Microenterprise Start-Up Support Grant, are all designed to address key issues such as derelict, obsolescent and vacant industrial estate units.

South Dublin’s Mayor Sarah Holland has welcomed the funds saying, 

“It’s great to see such a proactive approach to improving the attractiveness of our well located industrial estates. I would encourage interested parties to contact the Council and look forward to seeing the impact of this scheme in the improved appearance of many industrial areas and in increased employment and activity.”

To apply for one or more of these Business Support Grants, click here

About Genna Patterson

Genna Patterson
Genna was the editor at InTallaght magazine and loves a positive news story, cat videos and a hyped-up blockbuster movie.

Check Also

Aldi in Ireland has announced it will pay its staff the living wage of €11.70 an hour

Aldi here in Ireland has announced today that they will be the first supermarket to …