The Liberties Business Area Improvement Initiative is a programme supported by Dublin City Council and local stakeholders and businesses to enhance and transform the commercial heart of Dublin 8 and create a more vibrant and attractive city neighbourhood in which to live, work and visit.
The Liberties Business Area Improvement Initiative coordinates Dublin City Council and private sector investment in the physical environment of the area, helps to promote cultural life and activities, and markets The Liberties as one of Dublin’s most vibrant and dynamic neighbourhoods.
Rediscover a city quarter that’s being transformed by public and private sector partnership. You belong in The Liberties!
Can We Help?
My name is Stephen Coyne and I coordinate Dublin City Council’s programme to revitalise commercial life and advance physical regeneration in The Liberties. If you are interested in setting up in The Liberties why not explore the website or call me at Marrowbone Lane.
Email Me: email@example.com
Call Me: +353 (0)1 222 5180
Our 2018 report focuses on The Liberties #GreatPlace highlighting the growing attractions of one of the city’s most vibrant and authentic neighbourhoods. Among the year’s achievements were new green areas and amenities, a second outing for Culture Date With Dublin 8, the unveiling of a restored terrace on Thomas Street and a very respectable runner up award in the National Enterprise Towns Awards. Click the link to find out more in our End of Year Progress Report 2018. #Better4BusinessD8
A major new park, the go-ahead for plans to revamp Francis Street and Newmarket, the commencement of work on 1,000 new hotel rooms for the area, the unveiling of the Pearse Lyons Distillery at St James and the announcement by Diageo of ambitious plans for its historic St James’s Gate campus were just some of the highlights of 2017 in The Liberties. Click the link to find out more in our End of Year Progress Report 2017. #Better4BusinessD8
2016 was a turnaround year for The Liberties with a huge range of projects undertaken across the area to create a more inviting place to live in, to do business and to visit. Read about some of the many achievements of The Liberties Business Area Improvement Initiative in the End of Year Progress Report 2016. #Better4BusinessD8
The Liberties is getting better: a better place to live, better for your business and one of the city’s ‘must visit’ areas. Find out more about The Liberties Business Area Improvement Initiative work in 2015 to create a more attractive and vibrant city neighbourhood with the End of Year Progress Report 2015. #Better4BusinessD8
The Liberties Business Area Improvement Initiative was established in 2014 with an initial three-year remit to enhance and improve the historic heart of Dublin. Find out about the background to the programme and the progress after year 1 with the End of Year Progress Report 2014. #Better4BusinessD8