The West of Ireland is offering more and more families an escape from the pressures of Dublin with a lifestyle and career to match, according to the organisers of a major conference showcasing entrepreneurialism in the region. And with increased infrastructure such as new motorways and connectivity being put in place, the West will soon […]
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The Northern & Western Regional Assembly was established on 1st January 2015. The Regional Assembly is involved in the management and monitoring of EU programmes in the region, regional economic and spatial planning and promoting regional policy in Ireland. The Regional Assembly now wishes to recruit an Auditor (Local Government Grade VI) to assist with […]
MARIE, an interregional project was born from a desire among partners to convert debate on Responsible Research & Innovation (RRI) into tools for regional development. MARIE hit the ground running with a kick off meeting being held in February. The five-year project was approved for a grant of €1.9m by Interreg Europe Programme late last […]
Are we Smart? Some of the world’s most innovative solutions exist in our region; across energy, healthcare, industry, commerce, buildings, communities & many more. SMARTPLACES is a project with big ambitions. A collaborative project ‘Smart Places’ between the Northern and Western Regional Assembly (NWRA), the Western Development Commission (WDC), and the Insight Centre (NUI Galway). We […]
View this short presentation on the NWRA, who we are and what we do.
The submission from the Northern and Western Regional Assembly (NWRA) to the first stage of the National Planning Framework process. Read the Submission here:
‘Rural Ireland’ is far from dead – and has the potential to become an economically powerful region ‘Rural Ireland’ could lead the emergence of vibrant new economies Re-imagine the future of Rural Ireland at the ONE Region: ONE Vision conference on December 8 Debates on entrepreneurship, population loss, jobs, wealth and connectivity Speakers include ESRI […]
With over 30,000 visitors to Errigal mountain during the summer of 2016, the need for an environmentally sustainable approach to allow for the responsible enjoyment of the mountain is a clear focus of the ASCENT project which was launched on Thursday morning (20th Oct 2016) at Dun Lùiche by Cathaoirleach Cllr Terence Slowey. The launch […]