Living Limerick 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.
As part of Living Limerick we are hosting an Open Critique on Thursday 18th May at 6pm. View full details of this event here.
Living Limerick will support and assist citizens in transforming Limerick’s streets, parks and riverfront into more engaged public spaces. Through the Living Limerick process we will gather and share the hopes for Limerick's historic city centre.
By co-ordinating, analysing and representing the views of these communities we aim to develop an inclusive vision for our city.
As part of this, a series of events will take place throughout 2017 under the banner ‘City Engage’.
City Engage: Riverway
City Engage: Riverway week took place from 25th - 28th April 2017. All events were free and open to the public.
Limerick City and County Council in conjunction with SAUL, School of Architecture, University of Limerick hosted the second week of the Living Limerick: City Engage series, a new consultation process to collect people’s thoughts, hopes and opinions about living in Limerick. The latest City Engage focused on gathering local knowledge and aspirations for the Riverway/ Footbridge proposals.
If you have any comments and feedback please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can contact Lisa Ruttle +353 61 407538 or Jillian Robinson +353 61 407541 in the Public Interest Development office in Patrick Street, Limerick.
Living Limerick - City Engage Week One
The first City Engage week took place from Tuesday, 28th February to Friday, 3rd March 2017.
Please go to link below to view all the videos, powerpoint presentations and photos in relation to our first week, which was very engaging! adaptivegovernancelab.wordpress.com/2017-2/second-city-engage-week/