Projects & Initiatives
It is our vision that the Mid West Limerick City region, building on the strong governance structures that already exist, will be developed into a dynamic Tier 2 City Region, identified in the NPF as a focus for growth which can exert critical mass leverage to contribute towards national development and competitiveness.
Innovate Limerick helps drive innovation and act as the delivery mechanism for the projects outlined in the Limerick 2030 plan and the Limerick Regeneration implementation plans.
Limerick Twenty Thirty DAC is tasked to plan and develop key strategic sites in Limerick City and County that will act as anchors for enterprise and investment development across Limerick.
Limerick Regeneration Framework Implementation Plan envisages one of the largest capital programmes and largest regeneration programme in the State.
An investment of €9.1M in the Limerick Urban Centre Revitalisation of O'Connell Street, the heart of the Limerick/Shannon gateway, will result in quantifiable improvements to urban mobility and the urban environment.
The aim of this scheme is to provide a transport link between the eastern and western fringes of Limerick City and a link to South County Clare to facilitate economic development in this region.
Limerick City is fast becoming one of the most progressive Irish cities in the field of healthier, more sustainable travel and was awarded the title of Ireland's first Smarter Travel Demonstration City in a national competition under the Southern & Eastern Regional Operational Programme 2007-2013.
Living Limerick - City Engage is about developing a vision for living in the historic core of Limerick city. Through the process we will explore ways to make the city more liveable in the design of new public realm projects and initiatives.
The Living City Initiative is a scheme of property tax incentives designed to regenerate both historic buildings and other buildings in Limerick.
Limerick, which has Ireland's fastest aging population, aims to improve quality of life and independence of older adults through increased connectivity and improved access to key services. The city wants to develop a data management framework that would enable them to predict and respond to the needs of older people, especially those in more isolated and disadvantaged areas.