EU projects have the ability to connect us through our work, to the best international experts in the world, experts who thrive on problem solving, and who have innovative solutions we can use to improve the lives of people in Limerick.
PLACE-EE is a transnational partnership of public health agencies, local authorities, academics and ICT experts from Ireland, UK and Sweden, led by Ulster University, dedicated to improving the quality of life for older people.
Limerick City and County Council is part of the ground-breaking +CityxChange (Positive City ExChange) project which has been granted funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme in the call for ‘Smart cities and communities’.
Limerick is a European Green Leaf City 2020.
This project seeks to develop a number of exciting new elements including marine product innovation, environmentally sustainable marine tourism, inshore and sea-going navigation aids, port information points and marine tourism itineraries.
This project has completed a study to catalogue Limerick’s heritage along the River Shannon, and is now in the process of developing conservation and management plans to not only protect the most at-risk sites, but to bring value to them as tourism assets.
The Find Your Greatness URBACT project builds upon the inter-city cooperation contributing to the EU’s cohesion policy.
As a response to the various health risks related to rapid urbanisation and the densification of cities, the Health&Greenspace URBACT project promotes health-responsive planning and the management of urban green infrastructure with an overall aim to bring health and well-being benefits for ci