Council holds keys to the city

Cork City Council is determined to capitalise on the city’s planned boundary extension with a vision for a smarter, greener and ultimately more pleasant place to live

17th June, 2018
Ann Doherty, chief executive of Cork City Council Picture: Diane Cusack

Cork city is at a pivotal stage in its ambitions to become a 21st-century sustainable, smart and green city poised to avail of global opportunities in a post-Brexit era. That's according to Ann Doherty, chief executive at Cork City Council.

“We want to build a city that is a real counterbalance to Dublin and, thanks to Project Ireland 2040 [the National Planning Framework] and our planned boundary extension, which will increase the city’s footprint by...

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