Fermoy town centre is to see major regeneration following the announcement that close on €2million has been secured under Category 2 of the Rural Regeneration Development Fund.
"The funding will help transform Fermoy, delivering large-scale regeneration through targeted interventions,” Tim Lucey, Cork County Council’s chief executive said this week.
“It’s about revitalising Fermoy town centre and driving it forward. It will help bring the project through the development stage to a point where it is ready to begin work."
The total cost of the Fermoy project is €1,925,000, with €1,540,000 awarded under the Rural Regeneration Development Fund.
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