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Harley’s Street Bridge

Construction of the €5 million Harley’s Street Pedestrian & Cycle Bridge, linking the city centre and Victorian Quarter, is to start  this month.


It’s expected that when fully operational, up to 11,000 pedestrians and cyclists, travelling between the city centre and the Victorian Quarter daily, will benefit from the improved connectivity and convenience provided by Harley’s Street Bridge. The Victorian Quarter includes Mac Curtain St and the surrounding area.

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Public Affairs
Cork’s Future Bus Needs

Cork Chamber recently held a very productive meeting with representatives from Bus Éireann on future investment in Cork’s urban bus network in response to our city’s changing public transport requirements.

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Enhancing Your Environment
Morrison’s Island Update

A high court challenge to the Morrison’s Island Flood Relief Scheme and Public realm upgrade has commenced.


Director of Public Affairs, Thomas Mc Hugh said: “It is disappointing to see vital flood defences and public realm for the City delayed at this stage. The plan for Morrison’s Island is overwhelmingly positive, protecting against 70-80% of the tidal flooding which affects the city centre island area and providing a comprehensive public realm upgrade to a corner of our city with great economic potential.”

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€500 million Climate Action Fund

The Climate Action Fund is one of four such funds established under the National Development Plan  2018-2027 as part of Project Ireland 2040. The fund will support initiatives that contribute to the achievement of Ireland's climate and energy targets.







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Focus on Lithuania!
Enterprise Europe Network

Irish companies have a significant opportunity to find ways to enhance the trade and investment relationship between Ireland and Lithuania. Trade between the two countries was €110 million in total in 2013. Significantly, a number of Irish large Irish companies are already represented and doing business in Lithuania, including Smurfit Kappa Baltic, Ryanair, Grafton Recruitment and

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