Cork primed for rejuvenation as cranes dot the city skyline

Kevin Butler of Deloitte tells Graham Clifford about how the revitalisation of Cork city centre has gathered steam in recent times, with the visual evidence everywhere

17th June, 2018
Deloitte Cork partners, from left: Eileen Healy, risk advisory; Kevin Butler, audit & assurance; John O’Flynn, tax; Michael Sheehan, tax; Honor Moore, audit & assurance; Ronan Murray, corporate finance

There is a buzz on the streets of Cork these days with major developments across a range of sectors under way wherever you look. Confidence has returned, but as with any recovery, the steps ahead will need to be carefully plotted.

For Kevin Butler, audit and assurance partner at Deloitte, the sense of rejuvenation Leeside is palpable. Along with colleagues, he is hearing clients talk daily about improvements in the local economy. There are visual...

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