Waterford Council has been awarded funding of €15,175,000 from the National Transport Authority. It includes €12,600,000 for the Waterford North Quays project for the access works and the sustainable transport bridge.
Waterford is now the only city in the country that is affordable to live in, according to the interim chair of the Land Development Agency (LDA).
A new freight shipping route from Waterford to Rotterdam has opened a new pathway between Ireland and the continent which could help exporters post-Brexit.
Over 10 million euro is to be invested in extending the Waterford Greenway and developing a Greenway from Ferrybank to New Ross.
The creation of a greenway connecting Carrick-on-Suir with the popular Waterford to Dungarvan Greenway has been proposed as a way of boosting Carrick-on-Suir’s tourism industry. Under the proposal, part of the greenway route would follow an old track linking The Navigation on the Suir near Carrick-on-Suir with the Curraghmore Estate in Portlaw, County Waterford.
New era for Ireland’s oldest city: Investment can unlock the potential of Waterford