Business Supports

  • Innovate Limerick Ltd.

    Limerick City and County Council is in the process of establishing a new public-private partnership company Innovate Limerick Ltd to integrate the innovation activities of both the L
  • Limerick Tourism Development Strategy

    The Limerick Tourism Development Strategy, developed by Limerick City and County Council, has identified Limerick’s unique position on the west coast of Ireland, and as a gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way, as central to developing the sector. The new strategy to develop tourism ac
  • Living City Initiative Limerick

    The Living City Initiative is a scheme of property tax incentives designed to regenerate both historic buildings and other buildings in Limerick. Please note: Time extension announced in October 2022 for the Living City Initiative, extended to December 2027.
  • Local Enterprise Office, Limerick

    The Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Limerick is the 'first stop shop' for anyone seeking information and support on starting or growing a business in Limerick. We support the development of the local SME sector to increase employment in Limerick.
  • Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)

    SBIR is a mechanism which enables public sector bodies to connect with innovative ideas and technology businesses, to provide innovative solutions for specific public sector challenges and needs.
  • Small and Medium Enterprise Support Scheme

    Limerick City and County Council has agreed to allocate funding in 2024 to support small and medium businesses operating in Limerick City and County.
  • Tourism Sector Support Scheme

    The Tourism Sector Support Scheme will pay a financial support to occupiers of commercial properties, directly linked to the tourism and hospitality Sector. The property types that qualify for the scheme include Hotels, Licensed Houses, Restaurants / Cafes and Hostels.
  • Tourism Unit

    People, Place and Policy, Growing Tourism to 2025 is the Government’s national tourism policy and it sets out ambitious goals for tourism in Ireland.
  • Vacant to Vibrant - Retail Economic Incentive Scheme

    Limerick City and County Council is offering incentives for the encouragement of Business & Retail within the core retail and business area of the city centre, towns and villages centre of Limerick. The grant is being offered as a contribution towards fit out and overhead costs.