Invest in Donegal

Developing Project Partnerships

Donegal County Council is a Local Authority based in the North West of Ireland. Donegal County Council has extensive and varied experience and expertise in both EU and nationally funded projects across a broad spectrum of themes in both lead and partner roles.

Donegal County Council is a diligent, professional and committed public body interested in joining partner consortiums, developing innovative projects and applying for funding from both National and EU sources.

 

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Partner with Us

Donegal County Council is interested in exploring opportunities to join project consortiums, develop projects and apply for funding from both EU and national funding programmes across a range of themes to assist us in delivering the strategic objectives that are set out in our Donegal County Council Corporate Plan 2020 – 2024.

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Strategic Funding Unit

Strategic Funding Unit

Donegal County Council is innovative in its approach to delivering projects by resourcing a dedicated team in the Strategic Funding Unit responsible for facilitating the development of projects, connecting partnership networks and applying for funding to deliver a wide range of projects.

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Our Networks

Our Networks

Donegal County Council is an active member of EU and national networks including the CPMR (Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions), the AER (Assembly of European Regions), AEBR (Assembly of European Border Regions), ERNACT, Wildsea Europe and URBACT among others. Donegal County Council regularly and proactively engages with our National Contact Points.

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Our Project Experience

TIDE

TIDE

TIDE is funded by the EU Atlantic Area Programme with a budget of €3.7 million. This project is focused on preserving maritime history and heritage using new digital technology.

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SMARTRenew

SMARTRenew

SMARTRenew is a €1.6 million project to develop renewable energy solutions in public buildings funded by the Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme.

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ASCENT

ASCENT

ASCENT was successful in securing €1.6 million under the EU Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme for a project to ensure the protection and management of upland sites and natural areas.

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