€585,100 for County Limerick under the 2019 Town & Village Renewal Scheme – O’Donovan
Added October 31st, 2019
Limerick TD and Minister Patrick O’Donovan has expressed his delight with the news that County Limerick is to receive €585,100 in Government funding from Minister Michael Ring’s Department, the Department of Rural and Community Development under the 2019 Town and Village Renewal Scheme.
Projects in Askeaton, Ballingarry, Broadford, Dromcollogher, Kilteely and Murroe Boher are all to benefit from the scheme.
“This is great news for rural Co. Limerick. These projects have been developed in conjunction with Limerick City and County Council and the local communities. I know from working with volunteers across Co Limerick what funding like this means to the areas concerned. This injection is just one of a number we have made as a Government into rural Limerick.”
“As the local Minister and TD I am committed to getting our fair share for Co Limerick and today’s investment is just another example of that.”
Grants have been awarded to the following projects in County Limerick:
Kilteely – Develop a Community Wildlife area in the village €48,308.55
Askeaton – Create a pedestrian friendly Town Centre in the centre of Askeaton €200,000.00
Murroe Boher – Complete the second phase of multi-access walkway at Murroe Town Park and install public lighting along the new section of the track €70,879.20
Broadford – Refurbish existing Parish Hall built in 1870 to develop a Community Centre in the village €99,911.20
Dromcollogher – Create a village heritage trail and carry out improvements to the Town Park €86,397.60
Ballingarry – First phase of the reimaging and branding of Ballingarry as ‘The Garden Town’ €79,604.00