RETAILERS and residents were among those represented at a pre-determination hearing on a proposed sizeable retail and leisure complex. Several objectors made their opinions known. First to speak was Ciara McGriskin of Station Green, Enniskillen. Ms McGriskin outlined that Station Green has live planning permission within the town centre boundary and when combined with vacant […]
Lockdown may be easing, but the use of carparks and street parking in Enniskillen is tightening again.
WITH THE green light given for all retailers to reopen, shoppers here have been taking the new normal in their stride with many shops reporting long queues and strong sales in the first few days post-lockdown. While many shops remain closed while they put the finishing touches to new social distancing measures, a range of […]
Temporary closure could impact badly on trade in the county town.
WORK ON JOHNSTON Bridge in Enniskillen is to stop for ten days because the contractor carrying out the essential maintenance is on holiday, the Fermanagh Herald can reveal.
A £5.2m project which could have helped transform Enniskillen town centre is now in doubt, a leading local businessman has said.
The news that Enniskillen will benefit from reduced parking tariffs over the Christmas period has been given the thumbs up by the retail sector.
The abolition of roaming charges could have a major impact on both the people, and businesses, of Fermanagh.