Councils in Northern and Southern Ireland can apply to become a Green Destination by contacting us directly.

We are looking at building an App to support sustainable tourism with a company in Belfast.

This would be very useful for local councils and environmental agencies to save money on path and access works by reducing the amount of money spent by public services, with a private / public sector partnership. Licensing of software products, technical build of bespoke software and design of the potential app encompassing public services and private sector (tourism accommodation, sustainable transport (eg
electric cars, bicycles and horses, as well as consultancy) would allow monitoring of road maintenance required, and track environmental issues, especially in the marine environment off the north coast of Scotland.

Renewable energy and forestry could also be encompassed within the app, monitoring activity of both, along with the planning of installations. Input to the design of the app would cost in the region of £15,000 over 18 months. Build would be the responsibility of a company in Belfast. Testing on one council on the prototype would be preferable.

Published by Wild about Spanish, History and the Environment

Freelance writer and Spanish tutor working in Ireland and Scotland. BSc in Computing and Spanish, Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Economics, Policy and Risk, Diploma in Journalism. With 16 years experience in Scotland, we are well placed to assist with tourism development.

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