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04 Jul 2022

Funding for Manorhamilton under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme

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Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, has today announced over €850,000 in funding to support 19 rural regeneration projects across the country, including projects in Manorhamilton and Blacklion.

The investment, under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme, aims to breathe new life into rural communities, support remote working, tackle vacancy and dereliction enhance town centre living.

This strand makes funding available to local authorities to assist them to contribute to a pipeline of significant, well-developed projects which will subsequently progress to construction stage with the help of more investment in the future.

The funding follows on from the announcement last week of almost €18.5 million under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme, which supported 99 projects across the country.

In Manorhamilton €44,100 has been allocated for development work for an outdoor public and cultural exchange space inthe town.

In Blacklion €45,000 has been allocated for preparatory works for the upgrade and regeneration of a key central green space area and adjacent derelict building known as Mooney’s Hall as an indoor and outdoor community, social and remote working hub.

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