Supporting the local economy
Dalradian’s proposal for an underground gold-silver-copper mine in Tyrone will bring a substantial boost to the economy west of the Bann by injecting £750 million into the region through the supply chain. This includes the creation of 1,000 jobs, 350 directly by Dalradian and 650 indirect and induced in the local economy.
OUR SUPPLY CHAIN
Dalradian’s existing suppliers across the region
Over the last 10 years, Dalradian has already developed a supply chain of 470 suppliers across the region in a range of sectors.
Post planning approval this supply chain will increase further, building more prosperity across Tyrone and the Sperrins over the lifetime of the project which will be a minimum of 20 years
£750 millionspend in the local supply chain
Over 1000 local jobs350 direct & 650 indirect
20 Yearminimum lifetime of the project
470 suppliersacross the region in a range of sectors
have worked with
in the last 10 years
43businesses from Greencastle, Rouskey and Gortin
181businesses from the rest of Tyrone
246businesses from the rest of Northern Ireland
Can your business support our operations?
Register your interest in joining our supplier network.
Your support matters
Support our plans to create jobs, strengthen the local community and respect the environment. The Department for Infrastructure will take your views into account. Help make our plans a reality.
Your letter of support will be sent directly to the Department for Infrastructure. Dalradian will not see your letter, nor any of your details.
Great things can happen with your support
Customise a letter of support in two simple steps:
Provide your personal details
This will signal your support to the Department for Infrastructure. You can choose to keep these details private.
Tell the Department for Infrastructure why you support the project
Please tick all the elements you like about the proposed project.
Dalradian will not see your letter, nor any of your details. Your letter of support will be sent directly to the Department for Infrastructure