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National Sports Campus boss to lead Limerick 2030 project

David Conway has taken the role which has been vacant for six months

30th April, 2017
David Conway

The outgoing head of the National Sports Campus is to become the new chief executive of Limerick Twenty Thirty, a state agency established to redevelop the city.

David Conway, who in recent weeks resigned his position at the helm of the government’s Abbotstown-based sports campus, has taken the role, which has been vacant for six months.

Limerick Twenty Thirty, chaired by businessman Denis Brosnan, was created by Limerick City and County Council as...

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