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    Dublin welcomed 7.7 million tourists in 2018 and received €2,395 million in tourist spend during the same period. Tourism brings huge benefits to Dublin city and the wider county, however, it is acknowledged that currently most of the tourist activity is concentrated in the epicentre of the city.

    In pursuing a sustainable tourism agenda, Fáilte Ireland recognises the importance of constantly developing and expanding the Dublin tourism product to host and welcome tourists with a world-class destination offering. This will ensure that both visitors and locals continue to thrive and enjoy the city together.

    The creation of the Docklands Visitor Experience Development Plan (DVEDP) is designed to deliver an enhanced visitor proposition with the objective of increasing visitor flow into the area.


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    Docklands Visitor Experience Development Plan.

    Download the plan [pdf, 14.7mb]
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    Docklands VEDP – Appropriate Assessment Conclusion Statement.

    Download the statement [pdf, 243kb]
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    Docklands VEDP – SEA Environmental Report.

    Download the report [pdf 5.2mb]
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    Docklands VEDP – Natura Impact Statement.

    Download the statement [pdf 6.1mb]]
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    Docklands VEDP – Strategic Environmental Assessment Statement.

    Download the statement [pdf, 1mb]
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    SEA Environmental Report Appendix III.

    Download the appendix [pdf 1mb]