Urban Innovation Limerick – Innovating to transform urban living and working.
Limerick City and County Council presents a seminar on addressing the challenges in upgrading buildings in historic districts. For details of the upcoming Seminar: Enabling Adaptive Re-Use click here.
The Urban innovation Department is based in the heart of the Georgian Neighbourhood in Engine, Cecil Street and is spearheading a number of innovative new projects within the urban area.
What we can do for you?
For anyone considering renovating or refurbishing a Georgian building, we have a number of measures in place to make this process easier.
- One-stop-shops, where we bring together Council officials (conservation officers, fire officers, area planners, architects etc.) to review your property and offer advice
- Matchmaking, where we match willing property owners with interested developers who can bring financial viability to their plans for upgrading buildings.
- Grants and incentive schemes, including the Living Cities Initiative Scheme which provides various tax breaks on the costs of refurbishment.
To contact us or to book into one of our frequently run one-stop-shops or clinics contact:
Urban Innovation Department
Upper Cecil St
Phone: +353 61 556362