Wednesday 24 July 2024
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Community of Kanturk Embark on Town Centre First Regeneration Plan

Community of Kanturk Embark on Town Centre First Regeneration Plan

Representatives from a range of local community and business groups attended an information evening to mark the first steps towards a Town Centre Regeneration Plan for Kanturk. The inaugural event offered over 40 community stakeholders in attendance the opportunity to meet with staff from Cork County Council’s Town Regeneration Office and to find out how to get involved.

Cork County Council will develop the regeneration plan in consultation with residents and business owners in the town, as well as with the wider community who visit the town regularly. The next step is a general survey of the Kanturk community that will help to guide the development of the plan. The survey will be made available on the Council’s website www.corkcoco.ie and at Kanturk Library over the coming weeks.

30th May 2024; Pictured is Michael Browne, Town Regeneration Office Cork County Council with Mary Corbett and Anne Goggin of Kanturk Tidy Towns at the Public Information Evening on 30th May at Temperance Hall Kanturk for the Kanturk Town First Plan. Photo by Sean Jefferies Photography.

North Cork Fine Gael Councillor John Paul O’Shea welcomed the information evening, noting “It was very heartening to see such a range of local stakeholders in attendance, showing such interest in participating in this plan and developing a shared vision for Kanturk Town. This is an excellent opportunity for the local community to work together toward growing Kanturk’s reputation as a great place to live, to work and to visit.” 

The regeneration plan for Kanturk will be developed by Cork County Council in consultation with local stakeholders under the remit of the Town Regeneration Office, which forms part of the Government’s national Town Centre First policy initiative. 

As the plan development process progresses, future public consultation events will be advertised locally. Further information on participation is available by contacting townregenerationoffice@corkcoco.ie

30th May 2024; Pictured with Cllr. Bernard Moynihan, Deputising for the Mayor of County Cork are Noelle Desmond, Town Regeneration Officer Cork County Council, Cllr John Paul O’Shea and Eileen Heffernan and Michael Browne Town Regeneration Office Cork County Council along with Michael Lynch, Divisional Manager South Cork, Patricia Liddy, Director of Services MDORD, and Kevin Morey, Divisional Manager North Cork at the Public Information Evening on 30th May at Temperance Hall Kanturk for the Kanturk Town First Plan. Photo by Sean Jefferies Photography.