CORK CITY COUNCIL: Shows off plans for Knocknaheeny Regeneration Masterplan – Photos

20 April 2018
By Bryan Smyth
bryan@TheCork.ie

In Ireland it is local authorities (Councils) who are responsible for social housing

RPictured at the Cork City Council public consultation event in relation to the proposed Knocknaheeny City North West Quarter Regeneration Masterplan, Phase 1C, Phase 2B and Phase 2C housing developments, are Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Fitzgerald with Lynda Moore, Knocknaheeny resident, in the Knocknaheeny Community Building (‘The Drum’, Foyle Avenue, Knocknaheeny) Cork.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Fitzgerald with Lynda Moore, Knocknaheeny resident, in the Knocknaheeny Community Building (‘The Drum’, Foyle Avenue, Knocknaheeny) Cork.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Fitzgerald with Sarah O’Connor, James Byrne, Sorcha Coleman, all Cork City Council Dept. of Architecture and Mark Birch, Cork City Council Knocknaheeny Regeneration Project Co-Ordinator, in the Knocknaheeny Community Building (‘The Drum’, Foyle Avenue, Knocknaheeny) Cork.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Fitzgerald with Jerome Cohalan, Project Liason Officer, John O’Connor, Project Liason Officer, Marian Coveney, John Fitzgibbon and Mark Moore, all Knocknaheeny residents, in the Knocknaheeny Community Building (‘The Drum’, Foyle Avenue, Knocknaheeny) Cork.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.

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