Cuala GAA has actually revealed it has received a considerable increase towards the recommended redevelopment of its Dalkey facilities complying with 2 large donations, creates Amy Rohu.
Donations of EUR50,000 each were gotten from Sam McCauley of McCauley Wellness and also Beauty Drug Store in Glasthule, and Eric Kinsella and also Raouf Djeffal, co-owners of Ouzos Steak as well as Fish And Shellfish Dining Establishment, Castle Road, Dalkey.
Authorization for the flagship redevelopment was received, following a vote by county councillors of Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council (DLRCC) to grant full planning authorization for the project previously this week.
The job is a collaboration in between Cuala GAA Club, Dalkey United AFC and Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council (DLRCC) to offer a modern-day, cutting-edge sports facility for the thousands of children and also adults that play group sporting activities with both clubs and also for the use of the bigger area.
The brand-new advancement will be built to the greatest ecological criteria as well as cause the initial sports facility in Ireland to achieve Leadership in Energy and also
Environmental Design, Gold accreditation as well as a BER rating of A2. Speaking about his payment, Sam McCauley of McCauley Health and also Beauty Pharmacy in Glasthule, claimed: “When we see the tremendous variety of children actively participated in sporting activities every week, we wished to support this vital task for Cuala and also the Dalkey community. We would certainly motivate others who might remain in a position to give support to do so likewise.”