South Dublin County Council

Irish Language

South Dublin County Council - Third Irish Language Scheme 2016 - 2019

South Dublin County Council recognises that the public have a right to do their business in their preferred language and that they will be facilitated, in their dealings with us, whether in English or Irish. Under the Official Languages Act 2003 customers are entitled to specific services through the Irish Language including a response to correspondence in Irish and the availability of major publications in Irish e.g. Annual Report. The main objective of this Language Scheme is to ensure higher standards of public service through the Irish Language as the national and the first official language of the country. The Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs has confirmed this scheme with a commencement date of 17th October 2016 and it shall remain in force for a period of 3 years. If you have any questions or suggestions please email gaeilge@sdublincoco.ie

Related Documents

SDCC Third Irish Language Scheme
Document type: Publications - pdf
Dualgais faoin Acht agus faoin Scéim
Document type: Publications - pdf
Scéim na Gaeilge 2006-2009
Document type: Publications - pdf