THE social regeneration plan for Limerick announced last week by Minister for Housing Jan O’Sullivan, will cost €253 million over the next 10 years.
The investment will go towards building new homes, roads and other physical infrastructure.
The ten-year plan will see €250m spent on physical projects, €30m on social, and €10m on economic projects.
The announcement comes on the back on a sequence of positive announcements for the city this year.
– Redevelopment of St. John’s Castle
– Limerick is Ireland’s first City of Culture in 2014
– €200 million investment in University of Limerick
– Jobs Boost from various companies including Regeneron, ON Semiconductor and Roches Feeds’.
“The plan is one that will achieve much better housing for people,” she said.
“And I suppose a more people friendly community, plus a lot of measures in relation to education and integrative services for families and economic opportunities”.
Read more in the Limerick Leader article here.
Download the full 2030 Economic and Social Plan for Limerick City here.