Call for Expressions of Interest – National Walks Scheme

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The National Walks Scheme facilitates the development and maintenance of many of Ireland’s walking trails.  The scheme, which is administered by the Department of Rural and Community Development, assists in the provision of high quality walking trails by private landholders, by contracting them, or their nominees, to undertake maintenance work on sections of National Waymarked Ways and other priority walks that traverse their lands… Continue reading.

Move to gov.ie

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In the coming weeks our Department’s website will become part of www.gov.ie.
Over time this initiative will bring together all the policies and services provided by Government Departments into one place.
Once this website becomes part of www.gov.ie all online searches and links will be redirected to the new site automatically.
All of the information on the current website will be archived and no material will be deleted.
Further information to follow.
Please direct any queries to communications@drcd.gov.ie

Minister Ring hosts “Rural Opportunity” roadshows

Michael Ring TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development, has today (Friday 22 March) hosted the first of a series of “Rural Opportunity” briefing sessions for communities across Ireland. The events, along with an accompanying information campaign, are intended to raise awareness of the wide variety of Government supports available to rural communities… Continue reading.

Indecon Consultants appointed to carry out independent review of the Community Services Programme – Minister Ring

Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has today (Thursday) announced that, following a public procurement process, Indecon Consultants have been appointed to carry out an independent review of the Community Services Programme (CSP)… Continue reading.

Consultation on Review of Public Participation Network User Guide.

The PPN User Guide is a practical guide to support all PPN stakeholders – member organisations, secretariats, Resource Workers and local authorities.

The User Guide is now being reviewed to make sure it is fit for purpose in terms of supporting the on-going growth and development of PPNs.

This consultation process/review relates specifically to the content of the PPN User Guide, and is not a review of PPNs generally.

Submissions are invited in relation to the updating of the PPN User Guide and it is open to any individual or organisations to submit their views on the review of the PPN User Guide.

The closing date for receipt of submissions is 3pm on 30 April 2019.

Full details of this ‘Call for Input’ (CFI) by the Department are contained here.