A local councillor confirmed that a new remote working hub will open in Skerries, Dublin.
The new facility will have hot desks for individuals, local community members and entrepreneurs. They can book a desk for for short term use.
“I am delighted that Fingal County Council have confirmed to me that they have purchased a new building at 56 church street Skerries for a new digital services remote working hub. That’s great news for Skerries, where such a hub could be used occasionally by many people who have been working from home and would welcome a professionally managed space in Skerries to remote work.”Cllr Tom O’Leary (FG)
With the new hub the council hopes to address the needs of those professionals who whish to work remotely in a managed space on a one-off basis. They can still avail packages and reduced rates as those who work at the space for a longer duration.
The facility will also have co-working spaces for teams who need a place to collaborate.
“Covid-19 has sparked a change in how and where we work. We appreciate more the time we can save commuting by working at home or in our community. This project in Skerries follows through on that agenda. As a member of the Fingal Enterprise Committee I am delighted that the council have made the move to buy this premises in Skerries for a digital remote working hub for all in the community. It will compliment the major extension of Skerries library , where more digital remote working facilities will be available. Skerries businesses , coffee shops and other retailers will benefit from increased activity and footfall as people use the remote working facilities and spend locally rather than say in Dublin City. Work, Rest and Play and stay in Skerries for a better sustainable quality of life.”Cllr Tom O’Leary (FG)
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