Fine Gael wants to hear views of Donegal people on remote working


Fine Gael wants to hear the views of people in Donegal on remote working in an online event.

Donegal Deputy Joe McHugh and Minister Humphreys, are encouraging constituents to register online and take part in a discussion on remote working, which takes place on Thursday, 15th April at 8pm.

The party would like to hear the views of members of the public on a range of issues and encourage engagement between them and their local representatives.

The aim of this online event is listen to the views of people who are adapting to new ways of working as a result of Covid-19

TD Joe McHugh said both Donegal County Council and Údarás na Gaeltachta have been working on a digital strategy with Government.

A digital hub is up and running on Aran Mór Island and Carrigart Digital Hub is under construction.

Gteic Gaoth Dobhair has invested €2 million euro in creating a state-of-the-art digital space and the Science Park in Letterkenny continues to grow with its collaboration with business across the North, as well at other initiatives in the County.

He added that over €1 million has been sanctioned for a digital hub in Buncrana and along with Kilcar and Donegal Town.

The Twin Towns and Carndonagh are at an advanced stage of preparation for investment in providing a solution for companies and individuals considering remote working.

People can take part in the event, which takes place on Thursday 15th April at 8pm, by registering their Fine Gael’s website