Building a Greener Tomorrow

Our Commitment to Sustainability


The redevelopment of Cork Docklands will support Cork City as one of the EU’s 100 Mission Cities in achieving its carbon neutrality goals by prioritising energy conservation and efficiency. Sustainable infrastructure that enhances and protects will consider the historic evolution of the site, its physical characteristics and the influence of future climate change by integrating flood risk measures into the overall landscape design. Prioritisation of efficient public transport, integrated with dedicated walking and cycling infrastructure will enable Transit-oriented Development and reduce reliance on cars.

Taoiseach Micháel Martin TD will officially open phase one of Cork’s newest park – in the heart of Cork Docklands – this Sunday May 22 at 11am. Marina Park will be six times larger than Fitzgerald’s Park and equivalent in...

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With the next phase of the 70 acre Marina Park on course to begin this summer, advance works are taking place over the coming weeks. A long-term ambition of Cork City Council, the completed park will be six times larger...

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Cork City Council today (Friday 28 April) announced the official opening of the Cork City to Passage West Greenway Phase 1 by Tánaiste Micheál Martin TD. The 3km greenway provides a high-quality recreational and commuter corridor between Cork City Docklands...

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