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Council owned lands

Donegal County Council manages a number of plots of land throughout the county that offer development potential to entrepreneurs / existing businesses that may want to set up a business or expand.  The lands are located in various towns / villages throughout the county.


  1. Kiltoy, Letterkenny – 10.66 acres - see attached map Letterkenny
  2. Glenkeen, Milford – 4.2 acres - see attached map  Milford
  3. Carrickboy, Ballyshannon – 5.86 acres  see attached map - Ballyshannon
  4. Lurganboy, Donegal Town – 2.04 acres - see attached map  Donegal Town
  5. Brogan’s Land, Stranorlar – 17.13 acres - see attached map Stranorlar
  6. Barrack Hill, Carndonagh – 16 acres (see attached map)  Barrack Hill
  7. Lisfannon, Buncrana -  3.188 acres (see attached map)  Buncrana
  8. Greencastle Harbour - 0.185 acres (see attachaed map)  Greencastle
  9. Kilmoyle, Greencastle - 1.98 acres (see attached map)  Kilmoyle


Lands at Lifford Common  

Donegal County Council owns 30.85 acres in Lifford with road frontage onto the N14 Lifford to Letterkenny Road. A portion of the lands is earmarked for development for residential housing in the current County Development Plan. Commercial and enterprise developments may be considered for the remainder of the site.  See location map here.


For more information contact Eamon Boyle, Executive Engineer on 074 91 53900 or


The Craft Village, Donegal Town 

The Craft Village, located at Ballyshannon Road, Lurganboy, Donegal Town was built approximately 30 years ago.   Donegal County Council acquired this building in 2010 as part of an initiative between IDA Ireland and the Council.


The Craft Village building complex consists of nine units accommodating various arts and crafts related businesses, i.e., sculptor, jewellery, pottery studios and a coffee shop.   The units are laid out as a cluster in the Courtyard footprint with open cloisters providing sheltered access to the individual units off the central courtyard space.


Refurbishment works have been carried out at the Donegal Craft Village over the last number of years, i.e., replacement of asbestos roof with a new insulated metal panel roof; refurbishment of units 2, 3 ,4 & 9 together with replacement of all windows with double glazed units.   These refurbishment works have resulted in a more attractive business location and all nine units are currently occupied.  


It is proposed to continue upgrading facilities by providing a number of additional units together with the provision of public conveniences, increased car parking spaces and improved road access.


Check out the Donegal Craft Village brochure here


For more information contact Eamon Boyle, Executive Engineer on 074 91 53900 or





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