The Dublin City Council’s latest planning and development strategy makes clear that the city has the potential to become one of Europe’s largest tourism destinations.
The strategy includes the idea of introducing an expanded tourism sector into Dublin by introducing a number of incentives, including the creation of new tourist accommodation sites in urban centres and the expansion of tourist amenities such as shops and restaurants.
These are the very sectors that Dublin has been trying to attract to the city over the last five years.
There is a huge opportunity here and Dublin can capitalize on this opportunity.
It’s about getting the city moving and being innovative.
In fact, one of the main reasons Dublin is not the most successful tourism destination in Europe is because it’s a relatively small and rural city.
Dublin City Council has put together an ambitious strategy that will allow the city to become an attractive destination for tourism.
The Council has set out a number for the future of tourism in Dublin that will include:The development of new sites and the construction of new leisure and tourism facilities.
The expansion of existing tourist facilities in urban areas such as restaurants, cafes, shops, and leisure facilities.
A series of additional incentives including a new 3D film exhibition facility and a new indoor exhibition hall at Dublin City Hall.
The introduction of a new outdoor exhibition hall in Dublin city centre.
The creation of a Tourism Development Fund and a €1m Tourism Innovation Fund.
The establishment of a Dublin Tourism Strategy Unit that will provide advice and guidance to the City Council and other city authorities.
Dubliners are already very conscious of the challenges that are facing the tourism industry.
A large proportion of Dublin’s population of around 2.3 million is unemployed.
A significant proportion of the workforce is also non-English speaking and the majority of people working in the tourism sector are from the South East of Ireland.
The city council’s strategy has identified an important opportunity to create new jobs and opportunities for the Dublin City community.
The City Council is now seeking to find a developer that can bring to the project an investment of up to €300m to invest in the construction, refurbishment and expansion of the visitor facilities and facilities, and to support the new tourist centres.
There will be a number other opportunities for Dublin to capitalize on the city’s potential in tourism and tourism innovation.
It’s clear that tourism is a key driver of economic activity in the city and it’s time that the City was given the opportunity to be part of this growth and innovation.
It could make the difference between success and failure.