Bray courthouse forms part of the Cualann Centre. The courthouse is located in Block D and is orientated around a courtyard.
The entire site is knitted together by means of courtyards and open spaces in this essentially pedestrian scheme.
The courthouse has three courtrooms with adjoining judge’s chambers, a jury room, legal practitioners’ room, consultation rooms, offices for the staff of the District Court with a public counter and separate interview room, victim support room, media room and holding cells for prisoners with direct access to both of the main courtrooms. The building provides separate entrances for the judiciary and prisoners. There is a cell block between both main courtrooms with direct access to both. The building is supported by the latest information technology.
It was officially opened by the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dick Roche, on 9th May 2007.
Bray Courthouse is supported by Bray Court Office.