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13 March 2015 – O'Neill hails successful rural broadband project in …

Rural Development Minister Michelle O Neill has welcomed the completion a successful broadband project in rural Greencastle, Co Tyrone.
~ Friday, 13 March 2015

The Village Telecommunication Broadband Project aimed to deliver a wireless telecommunication solution for the community of Greencastle. The project was supported with 31,640 capital investment from Assisting Rural Communities North West (ARC NW) under Axis 3 of the Rural Development Programme (RDP) and successfully delivered by Omagh District Council and Greencastle Community Association.

Speaking at the business premises of Gerard Morris Electrics, Glenhull, which is just one of the many companies to benefit from the wireless broadband solution, Minister O Neill said: “I ve heard from Gerard how broadband has provided an improved quality of service for his customer base. I am delighted that around 170 businesses including farmers, community organisations and households are benefiting from the increased broadband provision in the Greencastle area.”

The Minister added: “In an ever growing digital age, broadband provision is fast becoming a basic service and need for our rural communities.

From children doing research for homework, to parents working or shopping online or interacting with Local and Central Government, and with businesses now more than ever trading online in a global market place, it is imperative that rural areas are not disadvantaged when it comes to broadband provision.”

The Minister also took the opportunity to highlight DARD investment in broadband across rural areas in the north. She said: “My Department has been working closely with DETI around access to broadband and improved speeds. By the end of March, DARD will have invested a total of 7.5million in broadband projects and to date this has enabled some 17,000 rural dwellers, farms and businesses across the north to access broadband services.

I am currently exploring options as to what my Department can do to encourage further uptake of broadband services in rural communities, especially farmers and businesses who avail of DARD services.”

In reference to the new Rural Development Programme for 2014-2020, Minister O Neill encouraged all representatives of rural bodies and individuals interested in the development of their local community, to be aware of the broadband scheme under Priority 6 of the new RDP. The Minister noted: “The new Rural Development Programme is currently with the EU Commission for approval. Within Leader, to be delivered by Local Action Groups, we have allocated 2million to a Rural Broadband Scheme which will provide opportunities for innovative community-led wireless broadband solutions to enhance access to an improved broadband service in rural areas.”

The Chairman of Omagh District Council, Councillor Sean Begley said: “After viewing the benefits of the this pilot Rural Telecommunication Project and the difference this project has made in Greencastle, we can recognise the importance of broadband to our rural businesses, community organisations and families, particularly young people for their educational development.

In a community that had little or no access to quality broadband, an innovative solution has been developed and delivered through an effective partnership between Greencastle Community Association, Omagh District Council and Bluebox through funding from the Rural Development Programme.”

1. The Rural Development Programme 2007-2013 is part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and over this period is worth 500million to the north.

2. For further information on the ARC NW cluster (Omagh, Strabane, Derry and Limavady council areas) and the Axis 3 Quality of Life Measures of the Rural Development Programme 2007-2013, please visit the ARC NW website1.

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This component of the RDP contains the following measures:

  • Diversification into non-agricultural activities Farm Diversification;
  • Business creation and development;
  • Encouragement of tourism activities;
  • Basic services for the economy and rural population;
  • Village renewal and development;
  • Conservation and upgrading of the rural heritage;
  • Omagh District Council was awarded the funding by ARC NW under the RDP s Axis 3 Measure 3.5 “Village renewal and development”.

4. The funding offer of 31,640 from the Rural Development Programme (RDP) was used to develop a wireless rural telecommunication solution for the community of Greencastle.

5. NIRDP 2014 2020

Priority 6 Economic Development in rural areas and improving the Quality of Life.

Economically, key measures include Schemes focusing on Rural business Investment, Rural Tourism, and Rural Broadband. The Rural Tourism scheme will support projects in line with Tourist Board priorities and the Broadband Scheme will enhance access to broadband in rural areas.

Quality of Life measures will support communities to develop programmes that improve social cohesion and address some of the barriers that contribute to social exclusion. The Basic Services Scheme will support improvements to or maintain living conditions and the welfare of those living in rural communities whilst Village Renewal will support the renewal of rural villages linked to Village Plans.

These schemes will be delivered via local strategies delivered by Local Action Groups (LAG s).

6.

All media queries should be directed to the DARD Press Office on 028 9052 4619 or email DARD Press Office: [email protected]2.

Out of office hours please contact the duty press officer via pager number 07699 715 440 and your call will be returned.

References

  1. ^ ARC NW website (www.arcnorthwest.com)
  2. ^ [email protected] (www.northernireland.gov.uk)