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Cork's Tivoli Redevelopment Updated Designs Are Considered

23rd April 2019
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BG Diamond on its maiden call to the Port of Cork having berthed at Tivoli Container Terminal more than a year ago. AFLOAT adds the Chinese built containership operated by BG Freight Line is a subsidiary of the UK based Peel Ports Group, see today's related story under Ports & Shipping. BG Diamond on its maiden call to the Port of Cork having berthed at Tivoli Container Terminal more than a year ago. AFLOAT adds the Chinese built containership operated by BG Freight Line is a subsidiary of the UK based Peel Ports Group, see today's related story under Ports & Shipping. Photo: Port of Cork / A.Fleming - twitter

#waterfrontproperty - EchoLive reports of updated design plans in Cork for the redevelopment of the Tivoli docklands that were discussed at a recent meeting in City Hall.

At the Planning Strategic Policy Committee (SPC), officials outlined the proposed development that would see more than 10,000 people living and working in Tivoli.

The Port of Cork is set to vacate the site in the next two years, and plans to create an urban area the size of Blackrock are being prepared.

According to City Hall, Government funding under the Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund (LIHAF) to develop the area has been secured.

While Cork City Council does not own the land itself, it is supportive of projects to enhance the city.

More on this story can be read from this link.

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Jehan Ashmore is a marine correspondent, researcher and photographer, specialising in Irish ports, shipping and the ferry sector serving the UK and directly to mainland Europe. Jehan also occasionally writes a column, 'Maritime' Dalkey for the (Dalkey Community Council Newsletter) in addition to contributing to UK marine periodicals. 

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