Projects In Kerry Towns And Villages Receive Over €868k In Funding

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ARDFERT will get €100,000 towards public toilets and parking facilities as part of funding allocated to Kerry County Council under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme announced today.

A number of towns and villages are set to benefit from over €868,000 in funding announced by the Department of Rural and Community Development.

Ballybunion will get €100,000 for beach toilets and shop units, Ballyheigue receives €55,600 for enhancement works and signage, Castleisland has €84,171 for refurbishment of roof and tourist office, Milltown will get €100,000 for youth club refurbishment and public toilets, there’s €40,000 for public realm and streetscape in Farranfore, €100,000 for enhancement works in Rathmore and Sneem will get €45,720 for skills register, broadband speeds, Hub Phase 2.

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Dingle will receive €56,000 for the creativity and innovation hub, Kenmare gets €24,100 for heritage enhancement and permanent infrastructure, Cahersiveen gets €80,000 for research and innovation, Killorglin receives €64,480 for a branding and marketing project and Listowel €40,000 for an economic action plan and website.

The scheme is part of the Government’s Action Plan for Rural Development. There’ll be €21.6m put into 281 centres nationwide with populations under 5,000 this year.


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