Fingal County Council and O’Dwyers GAA Club have completed the signing of contracts which will allow the club to proceed with its planned move to a new state-of-the-art facility at Bremore Regional Park in Balbriggan.O’Dwyers have sold their facility at Hamlet Lane to the Council and taken a long-term lease for a 10 acre site on the northern boundary of Bremore Regional Park which it will now proceed to develop into a state-of-the-art sporting facility.The Chief Executive of Fingal County Council, Ann Marie Farrelly, completed the contract process when she put pen to paper during a virtual meeting involving club officials, council staff and councillors from the Balbriggan Local Electoral Area. The meeting was held online to comply with Government measures in relation to COVID-19.“The move to Bremore Regional Park will allow O’Dwyers to put in place the foundations for the next 100 years of its history and will also assist the club with the work it is doing for the youngest population in Ireland,” said Mayor of Fingal, Cllr David Healy. In 2018, members of O’Dwyers agreed to move to a new facility at Bremore Regional Park and to sell their current ground at Hamlet Lane to the Council to facilitate road improvements and new housing in the area. The club are planning to develop a new clubhouse, sports hall, sports pitches, parking and training areas at Bremore which will be in alignment with the council’s overall vision for the park. Liam Howley, Chairman of O’Dwyers GAA Club, said: “It has taken a long time and a lot of hard work to get to this point and are delighted that we can now plan to commence construction and deliver this fantastic project.” A range of sporting facilities will be provided including the already completed 3G All-weather sports pitch as well as at least six additional public grass pitches.