Monday 19 February 2018

Ireland 2040: Promise to restart projects stalled in downturn

Under Project Ireland 2040, the Taoiseach is promising to restart projects that were stalled during the recession.
Amid much fanfare, the Government launched the €116bn plan to “re-imagine Ireland” and prepare for the future following a special Cabinet meeting at the Institute of Technology in Sligo.
Project Ireland 2040 will invest in infrastructure, housing, health and the environment over the next two decades. It includes a €2bn urban regeneration and development fund, €1bn rural development fund, and €500m climate action fund. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar described the framework as a “significant milestone in our country’s development” adding that it marks “the point at which we put a lost decade behind us and move forward into a new decade of expansion”.

Read the full article @ The Irish Examiner

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