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Ambitious plans for Cork quayside site

Horgan’s Quay is a south-facing waterfront site

10th April, 2016
Horgan’s Quay, next to Kent railway station in Cork city

While much public attention is given to the development of the Docklands area in Dublin, plans to develop a significant 6.1 acre quayside site in Cork city are also afoot.

Horgan’s Quay, a south-facing waterfront site, adjoins Kent Railway Station on the northern side of the River Lee.

It is next to a new station interchange and roadway currently being built to cater for 2 million passengers travelling through the station each year.

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