Limerick City and County Council has begun consultations in relation to trialling a range of innovative measures aimed at getting the city centre moving in the short-term and with an eye on its long-term transformation into a top urban destination. The proposed new measures aim to make Limerick more family friendly throughout the summer months.
Council staff in area offices across the county are also proposing to work with local stakeholders in Limerick towns and villages to examine similar opportunities for those areas to make them more accessible and attractive for Summer 2020.
The proposals will be published early next week after discussion with Council members. They will then be developed in conjunction with Limerick Chamber and other city stakeholders, with regard to the public health guidelines in place as we move through the different phases of easing the Covid-19 restrictions.
They will be reviewed later in the summer to determine their effectiveness.
Measures have already been put in place to provide for a safe re-opening of the historical Milk Market tomorrow, Saturday, and to enhance the link between the Market and the shopping area of the city.