Cllr Rob O’Donoghue has welcomed the completion of works on the Rush and Lusk Educate Together and the handing over of the green space opposite the Forge estate to the charge of Fingal County Council. The works on the Rush and Lusk Educate Together Building are now completed. The contractor is due back to site to carry out some snagging and maintenance work to the Rain Gardens and issues that were identified through an independent Road Safety Audit. O’Donoghue commented ‘I would like to congratulate Principal Noel and all the team in RALET on the completion of the building of the new premises for the school. Over the last few years Noel has really driven the project forward in the face of previous issues with securing a contractor and both the staff and parents of the school can look forward to using the completed facility and bringing the school to new heights.’ In other Council news, FCC has as of the start of October taken the green space opposite the Forge on the Lusk Bypass into their charge. Councillor O’Donoghue stated, ‘the taking in charge of this land has been a long time coming, I am happy that it is finally over the line and available for public use. I have already spoken with the Operations department regarding getting permission for the sports clubs and other amenities to allowed to use the space for training and provision of services. In a town with clubs with large and expanding memberships the use of this space will hopefully go some way to addressing their acute need for training space.