Shillelagh is a small rural town located in southwest Wicklow. It was planned as part of the Fitzwilliam estate in the 17th century. The town provides a small range of retail and community facilities for the local population. Kerry Foods and Cheshire homes are the main source of employment in the town. The current County Development Plan considers that there is opportunity within the town to facilitate additional employment opportunities. The land zoned in the current County Development Plan has potential to accommodate approximately 83 residential units.
What do you think?
- How would you like Shillelagh to develop in the future?
- What do you think are the main issues facing Shillelagh and how should these be addressed in the development plan?
- What features of the town do you think should be protected?