The first phase of the project (original building with chimney) consists of three incubation units and offices. It also involves the preparation of the site for future development. Work started on the development in June 2014 and the first tenant took occupancy in March 2015. Indications to date are that there will be 10/12 jobs created and supported in this building. With phase one completed and ready for occupancy, there is now a visible asset of which we can all be proud.
Piltown Community Enterprise News flash
CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR
Piltown Community Centre
Sunday November 20th
11 am - 5pm
Indoor and Outdoor Stalls
Artisan Food (such as)
Cheeses, Cakes, Preserves, Juices, Breads
Crafts (such as)
Jewellery, Pottery, Knitwear, Toys, Decorations, Art, Candles, Beauty products
Contact Gerri at 087-2191808 for further information
Download Application Form
Fundraising event for Piltown Community Enterprise and job creation in the Piltown area.
The Old Creamery Enterprise Centre
Phase one of the Old Creamery Enterprise Centre and 3 incubation units are is now completed with 2 units occupied and one available for
start-up and new business ventures. If you would like more information please Contact Us
The site is also prepared and the infrastructure in place for phases 2 and 3.
Phase 2 provides for another 3,000 square feet of enterprise units (double the size of stage 1).
It will not be started until the current project is debt free. The amount outstanding on the completed development is €60,000 and through a series of fund raising projects in 2015 we are hoping to clear this debt completely.
The development the old Creamery will not just create jobs;Indications are that there will be 10/12 jobs created and supported in this building. With phase one completed and ready for occupancy, there is now a visible asset of which we can all be proud.
'To create, promote and develop a culture of enterprise in our community , by providing support, facilities, infrastructure and the environment to encourage business development and job creation in start-up and small businesses.''