The Meath East TD said “Avoca recently received planning permission to make modifications to its new site at Piercetown, Dunboyne, which, once opened, I am certain will receive a very warm welcome from the village.
“This fantastic news brings us one step closer to bringing further 900 jobs to South Meath. Considering recent announcements, from Shire and Facebook, our Royal County is certainly proving a great attraction for investment from both within the country, and from further afield.
“We cannot underestimate how lucky we are with our location; our proximity to Dublin City Centre, Dublin Port and the airport, are absolutely contributors to drawing investment to Meath. However, our highly skilled and educated local workforce, I believe, is our unique selling point to the Avoca’s and Shires of the world.
“There are many locations, which also have superb connectivity, but in the last three months, three large firms have chosen Meath. Avoca's arrival is not an accident, or luck, rather it is credit to the people of Meath, who are the driving force behind any such investment. Additionally, Meath County Council is constantly working, quietly behind the scenes, to make our county what it is, and for that we should be very grateful."
Concluding, Doherty said “I am very much looking forward to joining Dunboyne in welcoming Avoca to Meath, which is set to be its ‘most ambitious store to date’.”
|Regina said Avoca’s arrival to Dunboyne is not an accident, or luck, rather it is credit to the people of Meath, who are the driving force behind any such investment|