Greening Cork for the future
Cork City Council wants to take a more enlightened approach to land use, says its director of strategic economic development Fearghal Reidy
Cork City Council is working to implement a more sophisticated approach to land use and development, according to Fearghal Reidy, the council’s director of strategic economic development.
The Covid-19 lockdown had re-emphasised the importance of neighbourhoods and communities, with the level of services and the natural and built environment making a difference to people’s experiences, he said.
The focus now is on creating a partnership between the private and public sectors...
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