Roof would be crowning glory for Cork’s Princes Street
Businesses on the busy street are preparing a submission to the council to cover street so they can permanently retain outdoor seating at restaurants
Ireland, as the saying goes, would be a great little country if only you could put a roof over it. And now traders in Cork are going to try just that.
Businesses on Princes Street, Cork city’s new al fresco dining quarter, want to put a roof over the thoroughfare to permanently retain outdoor seating put in place since the outbreak of Covid-19.
Princes Street is one of a number of roads that...
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