Research Papers

Projects & Collaboration

Dublin Economic Monitor

The Dublin Economic Monitor is a joint initiative of the 4 Dublin Local Authorities and is design to be of interest to those living and doing business in Dublin or considering locating here.

It is published quarterly and can be access on the Dublin City website.


Your Dublin Your Voice

Your Dublin, Your Voice gives Dubliners a unique opportunity to provide opinions and views on what they love, like and would be glad to see improved in the capital region.

As the first local government-led online opinion panel in Ireland, it seeks feedback and suggestions, via a maximum of four online surveys per year, on a range of issues that impact on the quality of life in Dublin.

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Fingal Skills Strategy

This strategy is the first of its kind developed by any local authority in Ireland.

The strategy sets out specific actions to ensure that Fingal has the skills necessary to capitalise on emerging employment opportunities and builds relationships between employers, educational institution and other stakeholders.

Fingal Agri-food Strategy

An initiative of Fingal County Council to enhance the agri-food sector as innovative, adaptive & globally competitive through innovative clustering and collaboration models.

Newry, Mourne and Down Regeneration and Economic Development Strategy and Action Plan

Newry, Mourne and Down is a place where ambition thrives. It’s a place where people get things done. This Regeneration and Economic Development Strategy translates aspiration into action. It is a pathway to social and economic growth, that will maximise our strengths and tackle the key issues to revitalise our region.

Regeneration Economic Strategy (4.5 mb)

Belfast City Council

Belfast is an accessible city with flexible and innovative workspace. We offer a broad range of supports for those considering Belfast as an investment destination with our “soft landing approach” and our proactive work with investors, providing professional and personal connections to help them do business in our city.”

Belfast Investment Guide (13.8 MB)

Belfast: Our Recovery (2.2 MB)

Belfast Region City Deal (3.3 MB)