Fine Gael TD and Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party, Martin Heydon, has said that our relationships in Europe will continue to be critical as we head into phase 2 of the negotiations. He was speaking following a public meeting on Brexit held in the The Heritage Killenard which was address by a panel […]
Fine Gael TD for Kildare South & Laois and Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party, Martin Heydon, is inviting all those with an interest in the challenges facing us from Brexit to a public meeting he is hosting in the The Heritage Killenard on Thursday 1st February. The meeting will be addressed by Minister for Foreign […]
Kildare South TD and Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party Martin Heydon has said he was pleased to facilitate a meeting of local Kildare South businesses with Minister Simon Coveney in Leinster House on Wednesday to discuss new rates charges.
“Minister Coveney heard first hand the individual cases of Kildare South businesses from across retail, […]
Kildare South Fine Gael TD Martin Heydon has again stressed the importance for any business who is unhappy with their proposed rates valuation to ensure they lodge an appeal before the closing date of 18th April. He was speaking at a public meeting on the issue at the Clanard Court Hotel Athy on Thursday evening.
Kildare South Fine Gael TD Martin Heydon has today (Monday) said that he is encouraging all businesses unhappy with their proposed rates calculations to make use of the formal appeal mechanism.
“I am very aware of the concerns of businesses including many in the equine industry such as horse trainers who have contacted me regarding proposed […]
Fine Gael Kildare South TD Martin Heydon has said that a newly launched low cost agricultural loan scheme will be extremely beneficial for farmers in Kildare, at this time of price volatility due to Brexit. The ‘Agri Cashflow Support Loan Scheme’, which will be distributed by AIB, Bank of Ireland and Ulster Bank was launched […]
Fine Gael Kildare South TD Martin Heydon, has said Budget 2017 is a significant step forward for self-employed people in Ireland, by using the benefits of a strong economy to improve their lives.
“Minister for Finance Michael Noonan today announced that the Earned Income Tax Credit for the self-employed is to be increased by €400, bringing […]
I was delighted to have the opportunity on Wednesday of this week to attend and present awards at the Junior Entrepreneur Awards in Co. Meath. Over 600 children from 16 Kildare Schools took part.
It was very impressive to see the strengths in schoolchildren to be our entrepreneurs of the future.
The Junior Entrepreneur Programme (JEP) was […]
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton T.D., today (Friday) announced that up to €3m is being made available for investment with accelerator managers to increase the number of accelerators in the regions outside of Dublin, and issued an open competitive call to stakeholders to signal their interest in establishing accelerators.
The €3m Scheme […]
I was pleased to attend the launch today of the Action Plan for Jobs 2016, the fifth in the annual series of jobs plans, led by Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton, aimed at building a new, sustainable economy based on enterprise, exports and innovation.
This plan is the first in a new phase of the Action Plan for […]