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Do you need to change a name on your loan account? We've listed the process below.
Is graffiti or littering a problem in your area?
Why not sign up for Fingal County Council’s “Adopt a Patch” scheme?
We deliver a range of learning workshops for Adults in Fingal.
You can apply for planning permission with us by post, or by making your application to us at either of our planning counters, County Hall Swords and Civic Offices Blanchardstown.
We provide social housing support for people who can’t provide a home for themselves. You can apply for a house in the Fingal area and if you meet the eligibility requirements you’ll be placed on the Housing Waiting List.
Fingal County Council maintains 168 sports pitches in Regional and Neighbourhood Parks which are used by Sporting Organisations throughout Fingal.
We manage and maintain 36 burial grounds in Fingal. View of burial grounds.
View Information on Older Burials
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Fingal County Council is delighted to announce the 2017 Cleaner Communities Awards.
Rates are a property based tax levied by Local Authorities on the occupiers of commercial or industrial properties. Income from commercial rates pays for a wide range of services including street lighting, maintenance of roads and footpaths, libraries, parks and playgrounds, sports and recreation facilities, economic development, community development and environmental protection.
This section covers regulations in relation to Food Waste, Packaging, Farm Plastic, Waste Tyres and Waste Permits.
Find a community group or activity in your area here
Find out here which works need planning permission, and which don't.
Find out more about dog fouling and the Green Dog Walkers Scheme below
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Domestic Waste Water Treatment Systems (Septic Tanks) must be registered
The vision for Fingal Libraries Early Years Literacy Strategy is to support the significant people in the lives of children from birth to six years, and to give these children the best start in life through the use of books as fuel for the imagination and lifelong learning.
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You must apply for a Fire Safety Certificate for new buildings and some alterations and extensions to existing buildings.
We've listed and answered some of the most asked questions about voting and the register below.
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The Green Schools programme promotes environmental awareness within schools to the point where it becomes an intrinsic part of the ethos of the school.
If you are a first time buyer, intending to build, or buy a new or second hand home you may qualify for our House Purchase Loan Scheme.
The Council operates three separate grant schemes for qualifying home owners.
Applications for a transfer from your existing home may be made once you have been a Council tenant for at least 2 years. If you’re already a tenant and you have someone planning to come and live with you, you need to apply to us for permission.
Social Housing Assessment 2016
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If you thought libraries were just books think again!
Do you have a Property to Let Under Long Term Leasing ?
Do you have memories from times past, times forgotten or times recent? Memory Makers is your opportunity to relive and share these memories, whether they are a story or a craft created by you.
Do you have a 1916 Centenary Story that has been passed down through the generations?
If you are having problems repaying your rent or mortgage the best thing to do is to talk to us.
Initiation of Procedure Pursuant to Part XI
Proposed Refurbishment of Existing Buildings and Development of
New Works and all Associated Site Works at Newbridge House & Farm,
Newbridge Demense, Donabate, Co. Dublin.
To object or comment on a planning application you can make a submission online or in writing.
We have Pay and Display in the following areas: Malahide, Skerries, Balbriggan, Swords, Rush and Coolmine.
The following is a list of Road Permits/Licences/Certificates which are available from Fingal County Council, Operations Department, Grove Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.
Swords Castle: Digging History is the first Community Archaeology project designed and supported by Fingal County Council. It is a unique means of engaging people, locals and tourists alike, with one of the county’s premier cultural and tourist assets.
Do you need to apply for a temporary road closure? If so, please read the following information carefully.
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Ensure you are on the register and eligible to vote.
Find out about applying for new water, waste water and surface water connections.
Expressions of Interest – Housing Provision - Information for Developers and Land Owners