Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Limerick has re-located to ENGINE on Upper Cecil Street, Limerick both enabling Limerick to provide dynamic supports and highly responsive assistance to entrepreneurs in established and emerging sectors.
Demolition and enabling works begin for €200m project that will provide platform for Limerick out of current economic challenges.
The biggest single commercial property programme investment in Limerick and largest ever outside the capital got underway today at the Opera Site.
A hauntingly beautiful festive concert from All Saints Church in Castleconnell kicks of the month of December as we all look forward to Christmas 2020.
Limerick City and County Council is to increase its spending by €14.39m on front-facing services for the people of Limerick in 2021 following unanimous agreement by all 40 councillors. A total revenue budget of €857.23 million was approved by councillors after a robust debate in Limerick Racecourse in Greenmount, Patrickswell today (Fri 27 Nov 2020).
Happen is a network of co-working spaces in the Mid-West region that has just been launched in Limerick today (Monday 23 Nov 2020). The network, facilitated by Innovate Limerick and the Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) in Limerick, Clare and Tipperary, comprises both public and private co-working spaces across these three counties, as well as in North Kerry.
The winning image from the Limerick Edge Embrace photography competition is now up in lights with its installation on a billboard in one of Limerick’s prime advertising locations. Tony Clancy’s image of Curraghchase Park captured the hearts of the judges and the voting public in the professional category of the Limerick Edge Embrace competition, which was run by Limerick City and County Council.
Limerick Waste Awareness Week aims to get people to look at the waste that they are creating and see how they can reduce it, either at source or by finding other uses for unwanted items. Running from the 23-27 November the focus of the week is to highlight ways that we can help reduce the amount of waste we create by searching for the greener options such as recycling, reducing, and reusing.
Project to develop relationships between the Traveller and Settled community wins a Pride of Place prize.
Rathkeale was awarded a major prize at the all-Ireland Pride of Place Community Awards over the weekend for the work of local people’s efforts to improve relationships within the town.
Limerick City and County Council has served its 100th Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) since a new unit to tackle derelict and vacant sites was set up two years ago. The 100th CPO was on an unfinished multi storey structure on Ellen Street close to the Milk Market in Limerick City Centre.
Public consultation on the second phase of N/M20 Cork to Limerick Improvement project has commenced today (Thursday 19 November), following an online briefing to elected representatives from across the region. The project will be developed broadly within the existing N20 corridor via Croom, Charleville, Buttevant, Mallow and Blarney.
The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick has marked the 15th anniversary of Limerick as a Fairtrade City. Mayor Michael Collins took part in an online meeting this afternoon with the Limerick Fairtrade Committee to celebrate their birthday and to acknowledge the tireless work that has been going on for 15 years.
The Minister of State with responsibility for Community Development and Charities, Mr. Joe O’Brien, TD, today (19 November 2020) launched the 2019 Annual Report of the Public Participation Networks. This is the fourth Annual Report on the Public Participation Networks (PPNs), which were established to facilitate active citizen participation in policymaking at local authority level. The report provides a positive reflection of the variety of work done as well as showing continued growth throughout the country.