Noonan grants €6m for bridge on his home turf

One of Minister for Finance Michael Noonan's budget surprises was a €6 million grant for a pedestrian bridge for his native Limerick city.

19th October, 2014

One of Minister for Finance Michael Noonan’s budget surprises was a €6 million grant for a pedestrian bridge for his native Limerick city.

It will stretch over the Shannon for 100 metres, allowing people to walk from King John’s Castle in the medieval quarter to the city’s commercial core at Arthur’s Quay.

Although the footbridge was not included in Noonan’s budget speech or in the main budget documentation,...

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