€150,000 in funding towards Limerick Greenway – O’Donovan

Added July 29th, 2020

Limerick TD and Minister of the Office of Public Works, Patrick O’Donovan has confirmed funding of €150,000 for the Limerick Greenway.

This funding will be used to carry out a Feasibility Study and Options Report for a 22km section from Rathkeale to Patrickswell through Adare. The Limerick Greenway would form part of the Great Southern Greenway.

Minister O’Donovan said: “Our greenway plays an important role in supporting local communities to create jobs and brings visitors to our area.

“As we have seen over the course of the lockdown, people are eager to get out into nature and avail of the stunning scenery in our country.

“This funding will support the Greenways Strategy and help local authorities around the country prepare Greenway projects to be ready for construction funding in the coming years.

“Our local greenway will encourage tourism in the future, and will also provide a safe, segregated space for people walking and cycling”

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