You are here:

Government sign the National Broadband Plan Contract

  • High-speed broadband for 1.1M people in Homes, Schools & Businesses across Ireland to start within 8 Weeks
  • Government Signs Contract for National Broadband Plan
  • Biggest investment in rural Ireland since rural electrification
  • Rural communities will not be left behind, guaranteed same opportunities as urban areas
  • The roll out of high-speed broadband for homes, schools, businesses and farms across Ireland will start within eight weeks after the Government today (Tuesday, the 19th of November) signed the contract for the National Broadband Plan.

    The government also published a list of approximately 300 community centres, schools, library hubs and local GAA halls in every county in Ireland that will be connected to high speed broadband during 2020, to enable communities to quickly get free public access to high speed broadband.

    The contract signing today means all of rural Ireland will get the same access to opportunities offered by high-speed broadband as those in urban areas.

    Speaking in St Kevin's National School, Ballard in Wicklow, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said

    "Some people try to divide our country - urban v rural, east coast v west coast, Dublin v the rest of the country. The Government is all about bringing Ireland closer together, ensuring that all parts of the country benefit from our prosperity. That requires investment in roads, broadband, higher education and enterprise and it's happening.

    "This contract means that every home, school, farm and business in Ireland will get access to high speed broadband. No part of the country will be left behind in securing the jobs and opportunities of the future. And as we know, the future is already here in our daily lives with online access offering ever more opportunities for living and working.

    "Broadband will be the biggest investment in Rural Ireland ever. We can have more people working from home, a better work-life balance, fewer car journeys, and fewer greenhouse gas emissions. We can connect better with the world, with family members, with business, with new ideas and new ways of doing things. Every school in the country, like this one I'm standing in today, will be able to access digital technologies for teaching, while healthcare professionals can check in and monitor patients remotely no matter where they are based."

    Signing the contract today, Minister Bruton said

    "Today is a historic day for rural Ireland. By guaranteeing high speed broadband for every home, business and farm in the country, we are ensuring no one is left behind. This will have a transformative impact on rural Ireland, opening up opportunities in enterprise, health, smart farming to name a few – high speed broadband is increasingly becoming a vital utility and today the government is securing access for every person in the country.

    "Without high speed broadband it will be significantly more difficult to attract new jobs to rural areas and develop new enterprise opportunities and it will be more difficult to retain the jobs that currently exist in these areas. With high speed broadband, we can ensure that people in rural Ireland are able to take advantage of the opportunities that are presented by the digital economy, from health care to farming, and from education to agriculture, rural development and tourism. We will not leave rural Ireland and one quarter of our country behind."

    The National Broadband Plan is the government's plan to rollout high speed broadband to the 1.1 million people living and working in the nearly 540,000 premises including 100,000 businesses and farms, and over 600 schools, where commercial operators will not commit to deliver the service.

    The government have today signed the contract with National Broadband Ireland. Work will begin immediately and over 90% of premises in the State will have access to high speed broadband within the next four years, opening up opportunities in:

    • Flexible and remote working
    • Smart health with online GP and nursing services and medical monitoring
    • Cloud based services and connected devices
    • Smart farming opportunities
    • Digital learning
    • Reliable electronic payments and bookings


    Approximately 300 community centres, schools, library hubs and local GAA halls in every county in Ireland that will be connected to high speed broadband during 2020, to enable communities to quickly get free public access to high speed broadband.

    National Broadband Ireland will pass approximately 10,000 premises by the end of 2020. By the end of 2021, National Broadband Ireland plans to pass approximately 115,000 premises. Approximately 70,000-100,000 premises will be passed each year thereafter with the final premises to be completed in 2026.

    State Aid Approval and the National Broadband Map

    The European Commission last Friday 15th November approved the National Broadband Plan under State Aid Law and confirmed that the NBP targets areas where no broadband infrastructure offering download speeds of at least 30 Mbps is currently in place, and where no private investor has demonstrated a concrete plan to invest commercially in the near future.

    Following the announcement of the European Commission, the Department can now confirm that the final intervention area is now confirmed at 537,596 premises. The following changes to the map have been made:

    • 37,000 premises originally identified as being served by commercial operators (the "Blue" premises), have not materialised and will therefore be included in the intervention area and the map has also been updated for approximately an additional 2,000 premises identified in the latest Ordinance Survey Ireland data
    • Eir has passed approximately 34,000 more premises than the 300,000 it had originally undertaken to pass with its fibre rural network and SIRO has passed 4,000 premises in the intervention area as part of its wider fibre network rollout. These approximately 38,000 premises have been removed from the intervention area.

    Minister of State for Natural Resources, Community Affairs and Digital Development Sean Canney T.D. said

    "High speed broadband is essential for the digital age we live in. The National Broadband Ireland contract will create equality of service across the country.

    "Its implementation will be transformative for Rural Ireland, which will now be able to move forward with renewed confidence in achieving its full economic potential.

    "As chair of the Atlantic Economic Corridor Taskforce and Minister for Rural Affairs, I welcome the investment of €887 million in high speed broadband for the nine counties that make up the AEC.

    "I acknowledge the work of the Mobile Phone and Broadband Taskforce, which I chair as Minister of State in the Department of Rural and Community Development. I also want to thank the Local Authority Broadband Officers who have been central to identifying the 300 community Broadband Connection Points around the country which will be operational within year one of the contract."


    The investment being made by the government under the National Broadband Plan will compensate for a historical under investment in broadband in rural Ireland since the sale of Telecom Eireann. Between 2002-2016 €400m was invested in broadband by the State. By comparison, other areas of infrastructure received significantly more capital, including €36.9 Billion in roads and €10.8 Billion in Water in the period 2002-2021, while the private sector has invested €2.75 Billion in broadband in recent years (including €1 Billion in fibre to the home networks).

    The maximum possible investment by the state will be €3 Billion over 25 years. This includes €480m for contigency costs, which are only allowed in 14 specific categories of cost, and includes €354m in VAT, which will be paid to the Revenue Commissioners as subsidy is spent. The country will be divided into 110 areas of around 5,000 premises. The subsidy will be paid to National Broadband Ireland in arrears as each of the 110 areas are completed and fibre rolled out.

    A series of clawbacks will operate to ensure that the tax payer gets value for money by "clawing back" subsidy in a number of circumstances. These clawbacks include:

    • Deployment saving Clawback (100% on most costs)
    • Excess Profit clawback (minimum 60% of any excess profits)
    • Sale of NBPCo (25% share of excess profits) up to year 10
    • Terminal Value clawback (40%)

    The use of clawbacks will be used to reduce the headline €3 Billion investment figure. Where costs are lower, the government claws back the excess. Where costs are higher, all of the risk sits with National Broadband Ireland.

    There are a comprehensive set of protections and legally binding obligations set out in the Contract which include a suite of key performance indicators and significant penalties for under performance to ensure the service is maintained appropriately.

    The initial connection charge and the monthly charges from service providers to the individual living in rural Ireland will be similar to those paid by residents in urban areas with the ability to avail of services such as voice, broadband, TV from the same service provider.

    Notes for Editor

    The Technology

    National Broadband Ireland will set up a wholesale open access company dedicated to the rollout of a predominantly fibre to the premises (FTTP) network in the Intervention Area, which will be capable of delivering a future-proofed high speed broadband network, initially providing services of 150Mbps to the majority of homes and up to 1Gbps to heavy data users and Small and Medium size Enterprises.

    Mobile 5G services are recognised by industry as being complementary to the high speed broadband service that will be provided via the NBP. A mobile network of itself would not be a suitable alternative to fibre to the home broadband, for many reasons as outlined by Comreg and others. Mobile coverage of 30Mbps to 99.5% of the country would require up to an additional 6,000 new masts around the country (double what we have now), would take over 10 years, would have insufficient capacity and signal would be significantly affected by home insulation, hills etc.


    There are a comprehensive set of protections and legally binding obligations set out in the Contract which include:

    • A suite of key Performance Indicators to ensure the service is maintained appropriately
    • Significant penalties to address under performance
    • Substantial oversight arrangements to monitor progress, costs and take up etc.
    • Extensive monthly, quarterly and annual reporting requirements on NBPco
    • Significant checkpoint reviews at various stages in the project
    • Standalone Board responsible for the ringfenced operations and day to day management of NBPco with the Board required to report to the Minister monthly/quarterly and annually.
    • Ministerial appointee to the Board.
    • Independent audit of accounts
    • Charge over the assets of NBI for the duration of the Contract
    • Ability to "step-in" to manage and direct build and operations where there are material compliance issues.


    Since Telcom Eireann was sold 20 years ago, our telecoms infrastructure is almost entirely privately owned. However the commercial sector will not deliver high speed broadband to 25% of the population. To solve this in the most cost effective way, this intervention has been designed to ensure that as much as possible of the network infrastructure will comprise the re-use of existing poles and ducts, which NBI will lease from existing infrastructure owners.

    Infrastructure re-use in this manner ensures the State complies with State Aid guidelines, environmental sustainability best practice. It minimises costs and ensures that the network development is integrated into that evolving system. The model subsidizing the rollout out of fibre rather than owning was chosen deliberately to ensure the operator would continually invest to deliver to the highest standard.

    Ownership of any other network assets procured by NBI will reside with NBI. NBI will be required to manage these assets over the lifetime of the project, and will be liable for the associated costs where network assets are required to be maintained or replaced. Through the contract, the government will be entitled to a terminal value clawback of 40% of the value of NBI.

    The then Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources commenced a public consultation in July 2015 on the Intervention Strategy for the National Broadband Plan, which included consideration of five alternative Ownership options. These options were:

    • A commercial stimulus model (Gap Funded model) where public funds are made available to make private investment commercially viable
    • A Concession type arrangement where a commercial company designs, builds and owns the networks for the duration of the contract but the asset reverts to the State at the end of the contract
    • A joint venture/ equity share arrangement with the winning bidder(s)
    • A concession arrangement similar to the concession model except that ownership of the asset resides with the State from the outset
    • Public ownership where a new utility type company is set up to design, build and manage the broadband network required for the intervention area.

    In December 2015 two possible ownership options were recommended to government, one of which was the gap funded model. An inter-departmental group was then established to recommend the best way to proceed.

    The inter-departmental Ownership Sub-Group to assess the most appropriate ownership model included representatives from the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, the National Treasury Management Agency, NewEra, the Department of Finance, and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. The deliberations of the Sub-Group were informed by the Department's financial advisors' (KPMG) expert report, which provided detailed scenarios of the likely cost to the State of the various ownership options in real and nominal terms. The Sub-Group prepared an ownership report (since published and available on Based on this report the Department recommended the gap funded model, and that it was then adopted by Government in July 2016

    The Team

    National Broadband Ireland (NBI), an Irish registered company, will build operate and maintain the network. The NBP contract is with NBI, a wholly owned subsidiary of Granahan McCourt Dublin Limited. The equity for the project will be invested by Granahan McCourt/Tetrad and Oakhill (OHA (UK) LLP)

    NBI has put together a team with significant Irish experience in large telecoms projects, as well as substantial international, industry experience to deliver the Plan.

    Collectively the team has:

    • built 16 greenfield telecom operating companies
    • rolled out 24 national telecommunications networks
    • managed or delivered €40 billion in contract/business value

    State Aid

    The European Commission approved the National Broadband Plan in the context of EU State Aid rules. The Commission issued the Decision on 15 November 2019.

    Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said

    "The National Broadband Plan in Ireland is expected to address the significant digital divide between urban and rural areas in Ireland, enabling Irish consumers and businesses to benefit from the full potential of digital growth. This will help households and businesses in areas of Ireland where private investment is insufficient."

    The Commission assessed the measure under EU State aid rules, in particular the Commission's 2013 Broadband Guidelines. The Commission concluded that the scheme's positive effects on competition in the Irish broadband market outweigh potential negative effects brought about by the public intervention. On this basis, the Commission approved the measure under EU State aid rules.

    The scheme will contribute to the EU strategic objectives set out in the Digital Agenda for Europe and in the Communication "Towards a European Gigabit Society".


    NBP stats

    • 537,596 premises (plus new premises to be built)
    • 1.1 million people (23% population)
    • 54,000 farms (69% of national total of farms)
    • 44,000 non-farm businesses (mostly small and micro)
    • 695 schools

    NBI's plan to deliver

    • Address 96% of land mass
    • Broadband to 23% of premises Nationally
    • Circa 540k premises
    • any new premises built in the intervention area are included approx. 30k

    The NBI network will involve

    • Over 1.5 million poles
    • Over 15,000 km underground ducts
    • Up to 146,000 km new fibre cable
    • Running along 100,000 km of the road network
    • 150Mbps broadband product available for consumers upgraded to 300Mbps by year 6 and 500Mbps by year 10
    • Up to 1Gbps products for businesses, also upgraded to 2 Gbps by year 11 and incrementally beyond that.
    • Primarily FTTH will be deployed, with in the order of 2% of premises via a high standard wireless connection which will also be upgraded over time.


    Breakdown of Premises in the State Intervention Area by County

      CountyNumber of Premises in State Intervention AreaPercentage of Total Premises in Intervention Area (%)*Approx. Investment Years 1 to 25 (€million)


    • *Approximate investment figures (also excludes VAT and contingency).

    List of Broadband Connection Points (BCPs) to be rolled out in 2020

      CarlowAltamont Gardens, Altamont, Tullow, Co. Carlow, R93N882
      Carlow County Council, Borris Library, The Old School House, Lower Main Street, Borris, Co. Carlow, R95HF25
      Carlow County Council, Duckett's Grove House, Duckett's Grove, Palatine, Carlow, R93RF80
      Newtown Community Centre, Newtown, Borris, Co. Carlow, R95TD21
      Our Lady's National School, Nurney, Co. Carlow, R93D340
      Rathanna Community Hall, Rathanna, Borris, Co. Carlow, R95HH68
      Saint Lazerian's School, Kildavin, Co. Carlow, Y21EC60
      CavanBunnoe Community Centre, Bunnoe, Lisboduff, Cootehill, Co. Cavan, H16P031
      Castlerahan Hall, Cormeen, Ballyjamesduff, Co. Cavan, A82NP99
      Cornafean Community Centre, Corr, Cornafean, Co. Cavan, H12X8X0
      Drumavaddy Community Centre, Drumavaddy, Carrickaboy, Cavan, H12YF88
      Killenkere Gaa Club, Killenkere Leisure Centre, Beagh, Virginia, Co. Cavan, A82H9F6
      Knocknalosset Orange Order, Knocknalosset Orange Order Hall, Knocknalosset, Canningstown, Co. Cavan, H16XY10
      Maudabawn Cultural Centre, Maudabawn, Cootehill, Co. Cavan, H16FH33
      Mullahoran Community Centre, Grousehall, Loughduff, Co. Cavan, H12AF43
      Saint Patrick's Community Centre, Mully Upper, Glangevlin, Co. Cavan, N41Y661
      Scouting Ireland, Castle Saunderson International Scouting Centre, Castlesaunderson, Belturbet, Co. Cavan, H14X650
      Templeport Community Centre, Cloneary, Bawnboy, Co. Cavan, H14YX29
      ClareCaherconnell Stone Fort, Kilcorney, Kilfenora, Co. Clare, V95YK31
      Commissioners Of Irish Lights, Loop Head Lighthouse, Kilbaha, Kilrush, Co. Clare, V15T292
      Cree Community Centre, Cree South, Kilrush, Co. Clare, V15FY28
      Ennistymon National School, Deerpark West, Ennistymon, Co. Clare, V95YP46
      Halla Eoin, Moneen, Kilbaha, Kilrush, Co. Clare, V15 W273
      Kilmurry Mcmahon National School, Drumdigus, Kilmurry Mcmahon, Co. Clare, V15D899
      Loughraney Kids Playschool, Flagmount, Co. Clare, V94 YT52
      Michael Cusack Visitor Centre, Moygowna, Carron, Co. Clare, V95HP08
      Shragh National School, Shragh, Kilrush, Co. Clare, V15PY88
      Stonehall National School, Stonehall, Newmarket-On-Fergus, Co. Clare, V95EY06
      CorkAghabullogue Community Centre, Dromatimore, Aghabullogue, Co. Cork, P12CD51
      An Sanctóir, Bawnaknockane, Ballydehob, Co. Cork, P81XF34
      Aubane Community Centre, Aubane, Millstreet, Co. Cork, P51EP49
      Ballindangan Community Centre, Ballindangan, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork, P67W562
      Ballycroneen National School, Ballycroneen, Cloyne, Co. Cork, P25TK38
      Ballydaly Community Hall, Ballydaly, Rathmore, Co. Cork, P51DP95
      Bere Island Heritage Centre, Derrycreeveen, Bere Island, Co. Cork, P75W660
      Castletownkenneigh Community Centre, Castletownkenneigh, Enniskeane, Co. Cork, P47YR96
      Clogagh Community Hall, Clogagh North, Timoleague, Co. Cork, P72KF65
      Clogagh National School, Clogagh, Timoleague, Co. Cork, P72EP38
      Coláiste Phobal Cléire, Croha West, Cape Clear, Co. Cork, P81P627
      Courtbrack Community Centre, Courtbrack, Blarney, Co. Cork, T23NH22
      Dromclogh Community Hall, Dromclogh East, Bantry, Co. Cork, P75K253
      Gaggin Community Hall, Gaggin, Bandon, Co. Cork, P72DP38
      Glash Community Centre, Glash Bridge, Newmarket, Co. Cork, P51W024
      Gortroe Community Hall, Gortroe, Youghal, Co. Cork, P36R520
      Inch Community Centre, Inch, Killeagh, Co. Cork, P36RC43
      Laharn Heritage Centre, Glounminane, Lombardstown, Co. Cork, P51FK44
      Lisavaird Community Centre, Tullineasky West, Clonakilty, Co. Cork, P85W840
      Sherkin Island Community Hall, Gneeves, Sherkin Island, Co. Cork, P81AE02
      Shrala Community Centre, Knockanevin, Kilmallock, Co. Cork, V35Y313
      T.O. Park Labbamollaga, Labbamollaga, Knockanevin, Kilmallock, Co. Cork, V35E895
      Whitechurch Community Centre, Farranastig, Whitechurch, Co. Cork, T34RR58
      DonegalCarnowen Presbyterian Hall, Carnowen, Raphoe, Co. Donegal, F93NP29
      Cranford Coole Community Centre, Cranford, Co. Donegal, F92VP99
      Dunree Military Museum, Fort Dunree, Dunree, Buncrana, Co. Donegal, F93C424
      Glenveagh National Park, Glenveagh, Church Hill, Co. Donegal, F92P993
      Leghowney Community Centre, Leghowney, Donegal, F94RH67
      Malin Head, Ardmalin, Co. Donegal
      Meenreagh Hostel, 75 Meenreagh, Killygordon, Co. Donegal, F93CC44
      Rathlin Knitwear, Malin Beg, Glencolmcille, Co. Donegal, F94R296
      Ray Athletics Club, Ray, Milford, Co. Donegal, F92CD70
      The Gweedore Theatre, Factory Road, Derrybeg, Co. Donegal, F92A718
      Tory Co-Op, West Town, Tory Island, Co. Donegal, F92FD66
      Westbic, Ballymoon, Kilcar, Co. Donegal, F94N9CW
      DublinBalscadden National School, Balscadden, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, K32VK33
      Fingal County Council, Newbridge House & Farm, Newbridge Demesne, Donabate, Co. Dublin, K36VR90
      Fingal Ravens Gaa Club, Killeen, Oldtown, Co. Dublin, A45C791
      Glenasmole Community Centre, Castlekelly, Bohernabreena, Co. Dublin, D24EC93
      Heritage Centre, Ardgillan Castle, Ardgillan Demesne, Skerries, Co. Dublin, K34C984
      Man O War Gaa Club, Ballymaguire, Co. Dublin
      Shanganagh Cemetery Office, Dublin Road, Bray, Co. Dublin, A98Y952
      Tyrrelstown Community Centre, Hollywood Road, Dublin 15, D15PWY2
      GalwayAn Post, Recess Post Office, Lissoughter, Recess, Co. Galway, H91HFV4
      Ballinakill National School, Ballynakill, Kylebrack, Co. Galway, H62DK60
      Briarhill National School, Breanloughaun, Ballintemple, Galway, H91E5C9
      Brownsgrove National School, Joycegrove, Brownsgrove, Tuam, Co. Galway, H54KA44
      Cahergal National School, Cahergal, Tuam, Co. Galway, H54C593
      Coláiste Naomh Eoin, Carrowntemple, Inis Meáin, Co. Galway, H91V2R4
      Comhar Na Noileán, An Tra, Inis Oirr, Co. Galway, H91D27X
      Cortoon Community Centre, Cortoon, Brownsgrove, Tuam, Co. Galway, H54CP74
      Galway County Council, Kilronan Library, Ionad Fiontair Cholm Ó Hiarnáin, Lower Kilronan, Inishmore, Co. Galway, H91WN93
      Inishbofin Community Centre, Middlequarter, Inishbofin, Co. Galway, H91TC6C
      Kilcroan National School, Ballyglass South, Williamstown, Co. Galway, F45A099
      Leitrim Community Centre, Carrowkeel, Kylebrack, Co. Galway, H62W726
      Lettermullen Community Centre, Teach Mor, Lettermullen, Co. Galway, H91CH7X
      Mweenish National School, Mweenish Island, Carna, Co. Galway, H91Y8K0
      Old Secondary School, Kilkerrin Road, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway, F45FH04
      Saint Colman's National School, Tierneevin, Gort, Co. Galway, H91F8D2
      Saint Joseph's National School, Boleybeg, Barna, Co. Galway, H91WY28
      Saint Mary's National School, Kippanagh, Clonbern, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, H53T291
      Scoil Caomháin, An Tra, Inis Oirr, Co. Galway, H91C967
      Tiernascragh National School, Longford, Ballycrissane, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, H53TP86
      KerryBoheshil National School, Boheeshil, Glencar, Co. Kerry, V93EC56
      Brú Na Dromoda, Killeenleagh, Mastergeehy, Co. Kerry, V23RK10
      Cable Station, Farranreagh, Valentia, Co. Kerry, V23H685
      Coars National School, Coars, Mastergeehy, Co. Kerry, V23Y597
      Gap Of Dunloe National School, Dunloe Upper, Beaufort, Co. Kerry, V93YN52
      Inch Community Centre, Killeenagh, Annascaul, Co. Kerry, V92HK31
      Kells Community Hall, Boulerdah, Kells, Co. Kerry, V23H306
      Kielduff Community Centre, Kielduff, Tralee, Co. Kerry, V92K061
      Opw, Derrynane House, Derrynane More, Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry, V23FX65
      Saint Fiachna's Church, Bonane, Kenmare, Co. Kerry, V93X082
      Toreencahill Community Association, Tooreencahill, Gneeveguilla, Co. Kerry, P51T663
      Valentia Island Community Centre, Chapeltown, Valentia, Co. Kerry, V23H240
      KildareBack Gate Lodge, Kilkea Demesne, Castledermot, Co. Kildare, R14Y006
      Bigstone Community Hall, Ballyraggan, Rathvilly, Co. Kildare, R93E956
      Clonfert Pet Farm, Clonfert South, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, W23PY05
      Crookstown Community Hall, Moyleabbey, Ballitore, Co. Kildare, R14HP80
      Hse, Kilcock Primary Care Centre, Commons West, Co.Kildare
      Lullymore Heritage Park, Lullymore East, Rathangan, Co. Kildare, R51E036
      Rathmore National School, Rathmore West, Naas, Co. Kildare, W91VK46
      Saint David's National School, Piper's Hill Campus, Killashee, Naas, Co. Kildare, W91AE26
      Stresslite Floors, Hempstown, Blessington, Co. Kildare, W91XW89
      KilkennyBallyouskill Parish Hall, Ballyouskill, Attanagh, Co. Kilkenny, R32TR58
      Crosspatrick Parish Hall, Crosspatrick, Co. Kilkenny, E41DK22
      Gorteennamuck, Gathabawn, Co. Kilkenny, E41WD59
      Graine Community Hall, Graine, Urlingford, Co. Kilkenny, E41WR44
      Listerlin National School, Listerlin, Tullogher, Co. Kilkenny, X91EA09
      Moneynamuck Parish Hall, Galmoy, Co. Kilkenny, E41TK53
      Muckalee Handball Club, Clorinka, Muckalee, Co. Kilkenny, R95XV04
      Saint Aidan's National School, Kilmanagh, Co. Kilkenny, R95XN76
      Saint Michaels Primary School, Galmoy, Co. Kilkenny, E41TD34
      Tullaghought Parish Hall, Pollrone, Piltown, Co. Kilkenny, E32W597
      LaoisAn Post, Bilboa Post Office, Ardough, Bilboa, Carlow, Co. Laois, R93WN35
      Ballyadams National School, Ballyadams, Co. Laois, R14E225
      Emo National School, Emo Park, Emo, Co. Laois, R32DX52
      Gaelscoil An Tslí Dála, Ballaghmore, Borris-In-Ossory, Co. Laois, R32TN62
      Heywood Community School, Heywood Demesne, Ballinakill, Co. Laois, R32FE04
      Killadooley National School, Killadooley, Ballybrophy, Co. Laois, R32A726
      Knock National School, Spink, Abbeyleix, Co. Laois, R32PT62
      Rossmore Killeshin Development Association, Uisean Park, Rossmore, Carlow, Co. Laois, R93W825
      Saint Mary's College, Knockbeg, Carlow, Co. Laois, R93RP78
      Shanganamore National School, Shanganagh More, Barrowhouse, Co. Laois, R14K659
      Vicarstown Community Hall, Mulen, Vicarstown, Co. Laois, R32RX67
      LeitrimAghanlish Community Centre, Aghanlish, Kinlough, Co. Leitrim, F91PYD2
      Askill Community Centre, Askill, Ballyshannon, Co. Leitrim, F94HH73
      Aughawillan National School, Lisgrudy, Garadice, Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim, N41E082
      Aughawillian G.A.A., Stroke, Derradda, Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim, N41E446
      Corraneary Gaa Club, Corraneary, Aghavas, Co. Leitrim, H12AE26
      Drumeela Community Centre, Teach Dúchas, Drumeela, Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim, H12DP84
      Drumlea Community Centre, Drumlea, Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim, H12H336
      Gortlettragh Community Centre, Annaghmore, Mohill, Co. Leitrim, N41RC78
      Killargue Community Centre, Gortnacorkoge, Killargue, Co. Leitrim, F91EP90
      Killenumery Hall, Killanummery, Dromahair, Co. Leitrim, F91AY28
      Newtownmanor Hall, Cornalaghta, Leckaun, Co. Leitrim, F91P573
      Saint Michael's Primary School, West Barrs, Glenfarne, Co. Leitrim, F91YW25
      Tea Shed, Largandoon, Glencar, Co. Leitrim, F91PY6A
      LimerickAngelsboro National School, Anglesboro, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick, V35TX00
      Caherline Community Centre, Caherline, Caherconlish, Co. Limerick, V94D7PH
      Coolcappa National School, Coolcappa, Ardagh, Co. Limerick, V42NT35
      Gerald Griffin National School, Loughill West, Loughill, Co. Limerick, V94EK19
      Glenmore Community Centre, The Rambling House, Glenmore, Strand, Co. Limerick, V42YK77
      Knocknadea National School, Knockadea, Ballylanders, Co. Limerick, V35DW73
      Limerick East Educate Together National School, Dromdarrig, Mungret, Limerick, V94 27P3
      Lough Gur Interpretive Centre, Lough Gur, Bruff, Co. Limerick, V35ED96
      Mountcollins National School, Caherlevoy, Mountcollins, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick, V94K036
      Tinnatarriff National School, Tinnatarriff, Cappamore, Co. Limerick, V94E670
      LongfordAughine Community Centre, Aughine, Moydow, Co. Longford, N39YT78
      Ballymore Shamrocks Gaa Club, Ballybrien, Co. Longford
      Colmcille Gaa Club, Father Phil Mcgee Park, Aghacordrinan, Aughnacliffe, Co. Longford, N39Y392
      Corlea Heritage Centre, Corlea, Keenagh, Co. Longford, N39XT18
      Fermoyle National School, Fermoyle, Lanesborough, Co. Longford, N39E899
      Midland Aviation, Abbeyshrule Airfield, Abbeyshrule, Longford, N39N8K5
      Moyne Community Centre, Old Latin School, Legga, Moyne, Co. Longford, N39X838
      Mullanalaghta Community Centre, Cloonagh, Granard, Co. Longford, N39XD43
      Saint Munis Gaa Club, Clooncallow, Ballymahon, Co. Longford, N39WY03
      LouthAnnaghminnan Rovers Gaa Club, Pairc Annaghminnon, Newtown, Louth, Co. Louth, A91R235
      Clogherhead, Harbour Road, Clogher, Co. Louth
      Killany Gaa Club, Killany Community Centre, Killanny, Carrickmacross, Co. Louth, A81AE37
      Mattock Rangers Gaa Club, Mattock Rangers Community Centre, School Lane, Collon, Co. Louth, A92CR6C
      Port Beach, Mitchelstown, Co. Louth
      Saint Enda's National School, Killanny, Carrickmacross, Co. Louth, A81E267
      Stephenstown, Knockattin, Dundalk, Co. Louth
      Templetown Beach, Templetown, Co.Louth
      Walshestown National School, Walshestown, Clogherhead, Co. Louth, A92CD53
      MayoBelderrig Community Centre, Belderrig Beg, Co. Mayo, F26KXV6
      Bofeenaun Community Centre, Curraghmore, Bofeenaun, Ballina, Co. Mayo, F26D5W4
      Finny Community Centre, Finny, Clonbur, Co. Mayo, F12Y680
      Islandeady Community Centre, Rinnaseer, Islandeady, Castlebar, Co. Mayo, F23DK07
      Keel Community Centre, Keel, Achill, Co. Mayo, F28XA33
      Keenagh Community Centre, Keenagh More, Keenagh Beg, Ballina, Co. Mayo, F26X893
      Killala Business Park, Killala, Co. Mayo, F26V8P4
      Killasser Community Centre, Killasser, Swinford, Co. Mayo, F12HH97
      Kilmovee Community Centre, Kilmovee, Ballaghadereen, Co. Mayo, F45WY80
      Mayo County Council, Clare Island Library, Clare Island Community Centre, Capnagower, Clare Island, Co. Mayo, F28KP99
      National Parks & Wildlife Service, Ballycroy National Park, Lagduff More, Ballycroy, Westport, Co. Mayo, F28XF50
      Taugheen Community Centre, Carrowmore, Tagheen, Claremorris, Co. Mayo, F12F5N7
      MeathBoardsmill Gaa Club, Kilmurray, Trim, Co. Meath, C15H968
      Castletown Gaa Club, Knock, Castletown, Co. Meath, C15YF54
      Church Hall, Smithstown, Crossakiel, Co. Meath, A82X243
      Cormeen Sports Complex, Cormeen, Moynalty, Co. Meath, A82FT62
      Culmullen Community Hall, Culmullin, Drumree, Co. Meath, A85R123
      Killallon Community Hall, Killallon, Clonmellon, Co. Meath, C15V294
      Kilskyre Community Hall, Kilskyre, Co. Meath, A82Y4C8
      Meath Hill Community Centre, Meath Hill, Drumconrath, Co. Meath, C15FRK3
      Rathkenny Hall, Tankardstown, Rathkenny, Co. Meath, C15TV20
      Syddan Gaelic Football Club, Páirc Ludlo Sodan, Lobinstown, Co. Meath, C15W283
      Teach Raithneach Heritage And Cultural Centre, Starinagh, Collon, Co. Meath, A92W283
      MonaghanBallybay Development Association, Clones Road, Derryvalley, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, A75HF78
      Carn Resource Centre, Carn, Smithborough, Co. Monaghan, H18YW40
      Cavan And Monaghan Education & Training Board, Tanagh Outdoor Education & Training Centre, Dartrey, Cootehill, Co. Monaghan, H16HC83
      Corcaghan Community Centre, Corcaghan, Stranooden, Co. Monaghan, H18PK31
      Corduff Gaels G.F.C., Corduff, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, A81KA61
      Drum School, Cortober, Drum, Co. Monaghan, H16AK79
      Drumgossatt National School, Drumgossatt, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, A81X827
      Drumhawan Community Centre, Drumhawan, Tullynahinnera, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, A75YV81
      Latton Resource Centre, Latton, Co. Monaghan, A75E771
      Mullyash Community Centre, Camaghty, Mullyash, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, A75W923
      Saint Alphonsus Community Hall, Clontask, Drummully, Clones, Co. Monaghan, H23XV08
      Tullycorbet Parish Hall, Patrician Hall, Corvoy, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, A75YW53
      OffalyBallycommon Telework And Training Centre, Ballycommon, Co. Offaly, R35V124
      Bord Na Móna, Lea Beg, Blueball, Co. Offaly, R35P304
      Coolderry Community Hall, Coolderry, Birr, Co. Offaly, R42DH05
      Croghan Community Hall, Cannakill, Croghan, Rhode, Co. Offaly, R35VR66
      Kilclonfert Community Centre, Kilclonfert, Rhode, Co. Offaly, R35T684
      Mountlucas Windfarm, Mountlucas, Daingean, Co. Offaly, R35RX00
      Primo Coaches, Ballydaly, Ferbane, Co. Offaly, R42AX58
      Seir Kieran Church, Bellhill, Clareen, Birr, Co. Offaly, R42KP60
      Shannon Harbour, Co. Offaly, R42Y421
      Shinrone National School, Roscrea Road, Shinrone, Birr, Co. Offaly, R42XE30
      RoscommonBallagh National School, Ballagh, Kilrooskey, Co. Roscommon, F42CF90
      Cam Childcare, Cam, Brideswell, Co. Roscommon, N37FH21
      Creeve Community Centre, Drummullin, Elphin, Co. Roscommon, F45HD89
      Dangan Community Centre, Dangan, Kilmore, Carrick-On-Shannon, Co. Roscommon, N41T6K1
      Gortaganny National School, Gortaganny, Loughlynn, Co. Roscommon, F45C951
      Saint Patrick's Hall, Drumboylan, Leitrim Village, Co. Roscommon, N41FY01
      Tawnytaskin Community Centre, Tawnytaskin, Boyle, Co. Roscommon, F52Y958
      Termon National School, Termon, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon, F45K298
      Tibohine Community Centre, Tibohine, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon, F45HD83
      Tulsk Dry Cleaners, Meadow Brook, Tulsk, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon, F45KD79
      SligoAchonry National School, Achonry, Co. Sligo, F91WF65
      Cartron Community Centre, Cartron, Templeboy, Co. Sligo, F91V4XY
      Cloonloo National School, Cloonloo, Boyle, Co. Sligo, F52E288
      Coola Post Primary School, Cloonskirt, Sooey, Co. Sligo, F52XE71
      Corballa National School, Corballa, Co. Sligo, F26F582
      Dromore West Central National School, Dromore, Dromore West, Co. Sligo, F26VW50
      Highwood Community Centre, Highwood, Kilmactranny, Boyle, Co. Sligo, F52C677
      Killavil Community Centre, Phaleesh, Killavil, Ballymote, Co. Sligo, F56K153
      Knockminna National School, Turlaghraun, Ballymote, Co. Sligo, F56TX23
      Saint Patrick's National School, Fermoyle, Calry, Co. Sligo, F91DP48
      Scoil Asicus Naofa, Golf Course Road, Strandhill, Co. Sligo, F91V003
      Saint Josephs National School, Ballure, Culleens, Co. Sligo, F26FY07
      TipperaryAglish Community Hall, Aglish, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, E53E132
      Curreeney Community Hall, Curreeney, Kilcommon, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, E41XC62
      Drom Community Hall, Drom, Borrisoleigh, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, E41X285
      Killea Gaa Club, Killea Community Centre, Killea, Templemore, Co. Tipperary, E41t6y0
      Killeen National School, Killeen, Riverstown, Birr, Co. Tipperary, R42AK00
      Killoscully Community Centre, Killoscully, Newport, Co. Tipperary, V94FK20
      Killurney Community Centre, Killurney, Ballypatrick, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, E91H7W4
      Moyglass Community Hall, Moyglass, Fethard, Co. Tipperary, E91WK25
      Poulacapple National School, Poulacapple, Callan, Co. Tipperary, R95V324
      Rossmore Community Hall, Rossmore, Cashel, Co. Tipperary, E25D429
      WaterfordBallycurrane National School, Clashmore, Co. Waterford, P36FR50
      Ballylaneen Community Hall, Ballylaneen, Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford, X42KP82
      Ballysaggart Community Centre, Feargarrid, Ballysaggart, Lismore, Co. Waterford, P51VK80
      Faithlegge National School, Faithlegg, Co. Waterford, X91TW82
      Fenor National School, Fenor, Tramore, Co. Waterford, X91VK31
      Kgk Community Centre, Knockanore, Tallow, Co. Waterford, P51A067
      Kilbrien Community Centre, Kilbrien Lower, Ballinamult, Co. Waterford, E91W860
      Modeligo Community Hall, Modeligo, Cappagh, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, X35KF22
      Mount Melleray Community Hall, Mount Melleray, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford, P51XN6X
      Saint Mary's National School, Butlerstown, Waterford, X91KF85
      Whitechurch National School, Clonkerdon, Cappagh, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, X35N560
      WestmeathBallycomoyle Gaa Club, Robinstown, Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, N91VY92
      Castledaly Community Centre, Kilcleagh, Castledaly, Co. Westmeath, N37YF54
      Clonkill Hurling Club, Clonkill, Monilea, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, N91HX78
      Dalystown National School, Dalystown, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, N91W207
      Milltown Emper Community Centre, Milltown Emper Community Centre, Sean Doolin Park, Milltown, Rathconrath, Co. Westmeath, N91VA06
      Moyvoughly Community Centre, Moyvoughly, Co. Westmeath, N37FW50
      Rahugh National School, Rahugh, Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath, N91XF20
      Saint Michael's National School, Castletown Lower, Finea, Co. Westmeath, N91fn29
      Scoil Bhríde, Emper, Ballynacargy, Co. Westmeath, N91PP71
      Streete Parish Park And Community Centre, Kilmore, Streete, Co. Westmeath, N91RC43
      The Downs National School, Greatdown, The Downs, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, N91T229
      Whitehall Community Centre, Whitehall, Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, N91T85V
      WexfordAskamore Community Centre, Askamore, Co. Wexford, Y25F6D8
      Ballyfad Hall, Ballyfad, Co. Wexford, Y25A0X8
      Ballyroebuck Hall, Ballyroebuck, Bunclody, Co. Wexford, Y21E942
      Barnadown Showjumping, Barnadown Stud, Barnadown Upper, Gorey, Co. Wexford, Y25W8N0
      Commissioners Of Irish Lights, Hook Head Lighthouse, Churchtown, Fethard-On-Sea, Co. Wexford, Y34KD93
      Duffry Rovers Gaa Club, Coolree, Kiltealy, Co. Wexford, Y21RX02
      Kilmore Quay Harbour Master, Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford, Y35DX85
      Marshalstown Castledockrell Gaa Club, Farmleigh, Marshalstown, Co. Wexford, Y21FT96
      National Parks & Wildlife Service, North Slob, Ardcavan, Wexford, Y35EY89
      Raheen Family Resource Centre, Raheen, Clonroche, Co. Wexford, Y21T183
      Saint Mary's Gaa Club, Ballycowan, Tagoat, Co. Wexford, Y35A244
      Solas, Ramsgrange, Co. Wexford, Y34DP26
      WicklowArklow Geraldine's Ballymoney G.A.A. Club, Shelton, Arklow, Co. Wicklow, Y14WK28
      Avondale Forest Park, Avondale House, Avondale, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow, A67P303
      Avondale G.A.A. Club, Corballis Upper, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow, A67R229
      Ballinacor Gaa Club, Ballinacor Community Park, Carriglineen, Glenmalure, Co. Wicklow, A67WY83
      Ballycooge Community Hall, Ballycooge, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, Y14XW74
      Crossbridge Community Hall, Crossbridge, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, Y14KP83
      Dunlavin Gaa Club, Sparrow Road, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow, W91NV67
      Glendalough And District Development Association, Brockagh Resource Centre, Laragh, Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, A98D3H1
      Knockree Hostel, Lackandarragh Upper, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow, A98R2Y9
      Mosart Ltd., Clermont House, Newrath, Rathnew, Co. Wicklow, A67X566
      Saint Kevin's National School, Laragh, Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, A98TR96
      Wicklow Gaa County Board, Ballinakill Centre Of Excellence, Ballinakill, Glenealy, Co. Wicklow, A67HW86

Press Release Documents