Project Ireland 2040 is the government’s overarching policy initiative to make Ireland a better country for all of us, a country that reflects the best of who we are and what we aspire to be.
Project Ireland 2040 is informed by the Programme for a Partnership Government, which recognises that economic and social progress go hand in hand, and is made up of the National Planning Framework to 2040 and the National Development Plan.
Get more details on individual projects in the Investment Projects and Programmes Tracker. Below is a collection of documents containing more information about Project Ireland 2040:
Project Ireland 2040 seeks to achieve ten strategic outcomes, building around the overarching themes of wellbeing, equality and opportunity. These ten shared priorities will ensure a consistent approach between planning objectives under the National Planning Framework and investment commitments under the National Development Plan.Download
The companion to this document is the National Development Plan, a ten year strategy for public capital investment of almost €116 billion. Their joint publication as Project Ireland 2040 is perhaps the most radical break with the past: aligning investment strategy with strategic planning documents.Download
Creat atá ann mar threoir don infheistíocht phoiblí agus phríobháideach, le deiseanna a chruthú agus a chothú dár ndaoine, agus lenár gcomhshaol a fheabhsú – ónár gcuid sráidbhailte go dtí ár gcathracha, agus gach a bhfuil thart orthu agus eatarthu.Download
Embedding the Irish construction industry as a sustainable and innovative sector of the Irish economy is essential, not only for the successful delivery of Project Ireland 2040, but also in order to provide diversified employment and long-term construction careers across Ireland’s regions.Download