Mayor Welcomes Study on Economic Infrastructure Needs 

Plans to review Cork County Council’s economic development activity, with the aim of maximising the positive impact of the Council’s actions, has been welcomed by the Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr. Patrick Gerard Murphy. The review aims to ensure that each town and its rural hinterland have the opportunity to develop to their full potential while having reference to the geographic spread of economic development around the County.

Local Enterprise launch new publication for Cork Entrepreneurs

This week sees the launch of a handy new publication for entrepreneurs across County Cork, brought to you by your Local Enterprise Offices. 
It’s one thing to have a good business idea, but it’s another thing entirely to bring it to life. Yet, every year, thousands of Irish people start, grow and successfully expand their businesses. Your Local Enterprise Office plays a major role in this, offering expertise, guidance and financial support to Irish businesses, enabling them to grow and thrive. If you have a good idea for a start-up or an existing business, talk to us.

Great News for Mallow as Bridge Boardwalk plans announced 

Cork County Council today announced plans to develop a Boardwalk on the western wall of Mallow Bridge. The bridge, spanning the River Blackwater, is a recorded protected structure dating back to 1712 and is a major access route to Mallow Town Centre. The proposed Boardwalk development is estimated to cost in the region of €1.2 million and will be funded by the Council and an EU Designated Urban Centres grant worth €1 million.

‘Think Cork County’ Campaign in effect from December 1st

With just weeks to go until Christmas the Cork public are once again being urged to shop a little closer to home this festive season and support their local businesses. This is the underlying message of the ‘Think Cork County’ campaign, an initiative of Cork County Council which is now in its third year, as it returns for 2018, encouraging residents of County Cork to ‘shop local, think your county, your town’.