Dundalk Chamber are calling for a number of initiatives which will help the Dundalk region and the wider M1 Corridor.
- Extending the Living City Initative to all the centres identified in the 2040 National Development Plan, of which Dundalk and Drogheda are the most prominent
- Housing needs to be focused on the 2040 towns
- The Shared Island Fund should be used to support the M1 Corridor (Drogheda/Dundalk/Newry) and the wider C8 (Belfast Dublin corridor)
- Brexit supports to remain in place
- Greater certainty in the tax code if working from hub or home
- Continued targeted support for those sectors that require it
- Allow shop local to be used by employers twice a year and to double the amount to €1,000
- Reintroduction of redundancy rebate schemes for non company employers
- The use of a spend voucher, as in Northern Ireland rather than tax rebate
- BIK on Electric vehicles which cost less than €50k to be retained at 0% beyond 2022 in order to encourage use of green vehicles.
Please see attached for more information. This submission should be read with the Chambers Ireland submission.
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