Cork 2017: Building from the ground up
Cork County Council is collaborating with landowners and the development sector to drive the delivery of housing needed for the growth of the county’s economy writes Graham Clifford
To build a local, vibrant and expanding economy, you need to carefully place the building blocks on top of one another. In some cases, quite literally.
As job creation returns to the towns and villages of Co Cork, the issue of housing is now under the spotlight more than ever.
This is a county of busy and active communities – of innovation and tradition. Many of those from county areas work in the city of...
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