Thursday February 27, 2020

Cork: A county that knows no bounds

The N28 link must be developed to help Cork reach its full potential, writes Graham Clifford.

29th June, 2014
Conor Healy, chief executive, Cork Chamber: If investment isn't forthcoming the consequences are stark. Picture: Diane Cusacka

Some 1,700 new jobs have been announced by the IDA and Enterprise Ireland for Cork in recent months, and business optimism in the region is at a five-year high.

However, Conor Healy, chief executive of Cork Chamber, believes that the region will never realise its full potential without major capital investment in the link road to Ringaskiddy.

Though the Port of Cork is operating at near full-capacity and some development work is taking place on site,...

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