21.0 Appendix B

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21.0 Appendix B

Range of Capital and other projects to be funded from the Development Fund

Transport, Surface Water and Public Realm

Project List

Adare Public Realm

Public Realm works all areas

Future Proofing Place - Streets Project (Phase 1, 2 and 3)

Street Decluttering Projects across all areas

Street Trees Planting All Areas

Strengthening Northside Regeneration Connections

Strengthening Southside Regeneration Connections

LIHAF Mungret

R445 Dublin Road (Newcastle) Improvement Works – Design and CPO – Johnson and Johnson roundabout to Mackey Roundabout and R506

Steamboat Quay (Taking in Charge)

Design and Feasibility options and match funding for Transport Projects across all areas

Clancy Strand – Relocation of car park and construction of a new road

Provision of new roads and upgrades(e.g. Mill Road, Croom Distributor Road, Rathkeale Inner Relief Road)

Footpath upgrade

Traffic Calming

R513 from N24 to County Bounds - improvements including widening and traffic calming schemes within villages

Abbeyfeale Public Realm and Traffic Management Plan

Newcastle West Public Realm and Movement Plan

Car Parking Provision

Flood Relief and Protection Works

Surface Water Improvements

Structural Enhancements, Existing Bridges, Piers and Quay Walls

Blue Green Infrastructure Strategy - Project Implementation (1/3 of overall costs attributed to each category)

Climate Action (1/3 of overall costs attributed to each category)

Forward Planning Studies (1/3 of overall costs attributed to each category)

Total Projects: €48,463,735

 

Recreation and Amenities

Project List

Greenways (e.g. University to Montpelier, Garryowen Fairgreen, Patrickswell to Charleville, Rathkeale to Patrickswell, Cappamore Looped walk, Limerick Greenway Phase 2)

Amenity areas including walkways (e.g. Lough Gur, Clare Glens, Westfield, Baggott Estate, Kilmallock, Bruree Park, Glin Pier, Rathbane Golf Course)

Recreational facilities (e.g. The Belltable Theatre, Dance Limerick Church Building, Ormston House, Limerick Museum, Adare Heritage Centre, Bruree De Valera Museum, Limerick City Gallery, Kilmallock Medieval Mansion)

Recreation Infrastructure across all areas including NCW Athletic Track, Lough Gur, Thomond Weir Fisheries Building

Tourism facilities (e.g. waterway access to the Shannon, King Johns Castle, Franciscan Church, West Limerick Tourism gateway)

Blue Green Infrastructure Strategy - Project Implementation (1/3 of overall costs attributed to each category)

Climate Action (1/3 of overall costs attributed to each category)

Forward Planning Studies (1/3 of overall costs attributed to each category)

Total Projects: €28,203,005

 

Community Facilities

Project list

Community Centres - (e.g. Kings Island, Our Lady of Lourdes, Metro Area)

Citizen Observatory URDF

Equestrian Centres Metro Area

Playgrounds and Play areas (e.g. Southill, Countywide, Peoples Park, O' Brien’s Park, Caherdavin, Corbally and Newcastle West)

Youth facilities Southside of City

E-hubs

Artist facilities

Works to Libraries All Areas

Community and cultural buildings(e.g. Market House, Kilfinnane, Herbertstown Old Store, Gaff/Cecil Street, Lord Edward Street, Old pool building, Mungret College)

Burial grounds (e.g. Limerick City East, Mt St Laurence, Mt St Oliver, Askeaton, Adare, Cappamore/Murroe, Bruff, Ballylanders, Newcastle West, Abbeyfeale, Cremation Plots/Columbarian Walls)

Parks/Recreational Facilities including Adare Park Sensory garden, Corbally Baths

Blue Green Infrastructure Strategy - Project Implementation (1/3 of overall costs attributed to each category)

Forward Planning Studies (1/3 of overall costs attributed to each category)

Climate Action (1/3 of overall costs attributed to each category)

Total project Cost: €23,205,835

 

The Schemes listed are infrastructure, which have been identified in relevant objectives of the Draft Development Plan or Local Area Plans or include infrastructure that is essential to realise the objectives of the existing Development Plans.

It should be noted that the Scheme is an indicative list of current demands for infrastructure from the various directorates and other projects may be substituted where appropriate while staying within the overall approved budget and where they are identified in the Development Plans/Proposed Development Plan or Local Area Plans.