Your Input Invited at Castleisland Town Audit Public Consultation

Castleisland Chamber Alliance Chairperson, Patricia Walsh is urging locals to take an interest in their town. ©Photograph: John Reidy.
Castleisland Chamber Alliance Chairperson, Patricia Walsh is urging locals to take an interest in their town. ©Photograph: John Reidy.

Castleisland Chamber Alliance has engaged Exodea Europe Consulting to carry out an audit of Castleisland with a view to preparing a strategy for the development of the town.

As part of this process the chamber alliance, together with Exodea Europe Consulting, will host a public consultation meeting at the River Island Hotel on Thursday, June 22nd at 7pm.

All Sectors of the Community

People from all sectors of the community, social, cultural, business, farming, political, etc.are being urged to attend and contribute to the future of Castleisland.

“This is your town, your view matters,” – Castleisland Chamber Alliance.

Socio-Economic Consultancy

Exodea Europe is a socio-economic consultancy firm, specialising in work within the local government and local development sector.

The organisation, formed by executives from two of Ireland’s leading regional development companies, collectively represents over fifty years of expertise of working in partnership with public, private and political sectors.

South Kerry Development Partnership

One of its leaders, Bill Thorne worked with South Kerry Development Partnership from its set up in 1991 to his resignation from the Caherciveen based centre in 2004 – after which he went on to form Exodea.

Its mission is to work in partnership with clients, to achieve excellence in all of its assignments. This is achieved by understanding client needs fully.

More About Exodea Europe Consulting

The firm uses contemporary consultancy tools for research, analysis, development, facilitation and planning, to develop a solution, which will support its clients in a sustainable and meaningful way. To find out more about Exodea Europe Consulting go to:

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