The Northern and Western Regional Assembly is crafting a vision for our region that is vibrant, connected, natural, inclusive and smart. Simply we have three clear objectives. The NWRA is working to create BETTER PLACES by adopting best practice in international spatial and economic development. Achieving COMPETITIVENESS by optimising EU and exchequer funding and harnessing the strengths of our ‘place’, through COLLABORATION.


Looking forward to speaking at the Masterclass on Collaborative Leadership in Sligo on Friday with @MartinDShanahan @IDAIRELAND et al. @DavidMintonDire @NWAssembly @WDCInsights #ipa #ireland2040 @Ire2040


MASTERCLASS SERIES: Transforming this region through collaborative leadership this Friday @NWAssembly @LOOKWESTie @IDANorthWest @IDAIRELAND


Torn some days.... if this place reaches its potential it'll be packed 🙂 @LOOKWESTie @NWAssembly


Our Assistant Director Caitlin Conneely updating the Assembly Members on progress under the Border, Midland & Western Regional Operational Programme

We were delighted to host the Border, Midland & Western Regional Operational Programme Monitoring Committee earlier today. @NWAssembly

The Border, Midland & Western Regional Operational Programme Monitoring Committee is now underway

Why should you be a part of Digital Transformation? Find the answer from global disruptors in art, innovation and science @digtl_transform

@magnumlady is the winner of a pair of tickets to Digital Transformation in Ballina Email: @digtl_transform @MayoDotIE

Looking forward to hearing progress under the Southern & Eastern Regional OP this morning @SouthernAssembl

#MicroEnterprise the engine of #ruralareas. #Roscommon & #Leitrim highest share of micro-enterprise in the state #BrendanMooney @NWAssembly @irishrurallink #MICRO @MaynoothUni

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Better Places

Global economic conditions and national trends in population and employment changes are impacting our regions and communities in different ways. For the first time, Ireland will have integrated and aligned Planning Policy from local, to regional, to national.


The Regional Assembly enhances the region’s competitiveness by managing the Border, Midland and Western (BMW) Regional Operational Programme 2014-202


The NWRA has a unique regional perspective. Stretching across eight counties and one city (9 local authorities), nearly 1 million people, 45,000 businesses and boasting over 65,000 3rd level students.