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Major investment in Waterford announced as erection of Applemarket Roof begins

Former Mayor of Waterford Cllr. John Cummins has welcomed news that investors have been lined up to build the 10,000 sq./m retail complex at Michael Street and are at advanced talks with Waterford Council regarding a large scale mixed use complex on the North Quay’s stretching to 90,000 square meters including significant retail, office, hotel and conference capacity, tourist facilities, housing and open space.

Deputy David Cullinane said the “development of the North Quays and the New Street site will change the face of Waterford for generations. This is a once in a lifetime development that needs to be taken with both hands.” He described the plans as “ambitious” and “game changing”. He said connecting the North and South Quays will extend the city centre and create enormous opportunities as well as jobs.

Saudi-based Fawaz Alhokair Group have been lined up to invest circa €300 million euro in Waterford following expansion into Europe in recent years. Collr. Cummins said “this news has the potential to transform Waterford City and enable us... Read more »»

Major investment in Waterford announced as erection of Applemarket Roof begins

Major investment in Waterford announced as erection of Applemarket Roof begins

WIT hosts Pieta House and the High Hopes Choir to tackle suicide

WIT hosts Pieta House and the High Hopes Choir to tackle suicide

WIT staff and students filled the auditorium for a talk, Live a Better Life by Pieta House followed by a performance from the High Hopes Choir

CEO of Pieta House, Brian Higgins paid a visit... Read more »»

Car parking charges continue to financially cripple cancer patients in Waterford

Waterford hospitals raised €1.5m in parking revenue in 2016 – Irish Cancer Society Despite a petition of over 3,000 signatures and a national campaign, no hospital in Ireland has changed its parking pricing policy for cancer patients. The Irish Cancer Society is calling for free or subsidised parking for all cancer patients receiving treatment. At the end of February, the Irish Cancer Society contacted every hospital that provides cancer treatment in Ireland and found no... Read more »»

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