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Brexit and the Ireland/ N Ireland Border Corridor: What next for Local Government and Business?

28 April 2017

You are formally invited to attend the above event. Details as follows;

Date:                     Thursday 4th May 2017
Time:                    10-00am – 1-15pm (Followed by Lunch)
Venue:                 Lough Erne Resort, Fermanagh

The councils along the Ireland/ N Ireland border have just completed a piece of research regarding the potential impact of Brexit on the Border Corridor.  The Ulster University Economic Policy Centre was appointed to undertake the study titled ‘Brexit and the Ireland/ N Ireland Border Corridor: Risks, Opportunities and Issues ‘.  The study has been completed and the councils have organised a central border corridor event to share the initial findings with elected members and representatives from the Chambers of Commerce in the border area. 

Representatives from the Northern Ireland Executive, Irish Government, Intertrade Ireland, Ulster University and Local Authorities will present on the day.  There will also be an opportunity for delegates to participate during the question and answer session.  A copy of the Agenda is attached.
I hope that you will be able to accept this invitation. 

Please rsvp your attendance to:               

 

Notes to the Editor:

NI Council Areas:

  • Armagh City Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council
  • Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council
  • Derry City and Strabane District Council
  • Fermanagh & Omagh District Council
  • Mid Ulster District Council
  • Newry Mourne & Down District Council

 

RoI Council Areas:

  • Donegal County Council
  • Cavan County Council
  • Leitrim County Council
  • Louth County Council
  • Monaghan County Council
  • Sligo County Council