• Policy Priorities

  • Fingal Chamber's policy is directed by our members. They identify their business priorities through the biannual Fingal Business Sentiment Survey and input from the Chamber Council.

    Our current policy priorities are:

    • Housing and Planning
    • Skills and Talent
    • Public Transport and Congestion

    On national matters, Fingal Chamber works with Chambers Ireland and our nationwide network of affiliated Chambers to lobby and represent Irish business interests. Chambers Ireland monitors the policy issues that affect Irish businesses and represents those views to Government.

    All our policy outputs, including the Chambers Ireland Budget 2023 Submission, are aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (particularly Climate Action, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Gender Equality, Decent Work and Economic Growth, and Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure) and seek to help our members address the challenges of an increasingly 'shock-prone' world. 

    Our recommendations include measures that will support businesses to survive and continue to trade throughout this time of volatility and enable our town centres and local economies to thrive. 

    Our suggestions highlight the importance of investment in infrastructure, the Green Energy transition and the availability of affordable housing that offers security to everyone who makes Ireland their home.

    These investments will be vital if we are to be able to attract and retain the talent our businesses need to succeed. 

    Our cities and towns, our entire country, needs to become an attractive place to live and work if we are to be able to make the most of our opportunities.

    Chambers Ireland Budget 2023 Submission








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