Sunday February 23, 2020

Cork 2012: Suburb to get €90m revamp

Cork City Council is gearing up to roll out a €90 million regeneration project in the north Cork suburb of Knocknaheeny.

23rd June, 2012
Tim Lucey, Cork city manager, outside City Hall. Photo: Provision

Cork City Council is gearing up to roll out a €90 million regeneration project in the north Cork suburb of Knocknaheeny. In an interview with *The Sunday Business Post*, Cork city manager Tim Lucey said the council was proposing a five-phase approach to the project, including refurbishment and relocation.

A masterplan has been agreed with local residents, and the detailed design concepts for phase one of the project are about to commence.

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