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

20th September, 2020
Greening Cork for the future
Fearghal Reidy, director of strategic economic development, Cork City Council Picture: Cathal Noonan

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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