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.
The Restart Grant Plus Scheme, including the top-ups applied nationwide and in certain counties, is closed for applications.
Limerick City and County Council has agreed to allocate funding in 2020 to support small and medium businesses operating in Limerick City and County.
City Engage is part of the +CityXChange project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.
Grants available towards upgrading Historic Buildings.
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 costs.
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.
Applications are now closed for the Small Business Assistance Scheme for Covid (SBASC 2)
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
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
Limerick City and County Council has a number of grants and supports available for business as they navigate their way through the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Living City Initiative is a scheme of property tax incentives designed to regenerate both historic buildings and other buildings in Limerick.
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.
Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Limerick is a first stop shop to provide support and services to help start, grow and develop micro and small businesses.