Vision

The regeneration of Cork Docklands will grow the heart of Cork City and create walkable neighbourhoods that connect with the river, city and surrounding communities. 

The regeneration of Cork Docklands will grow the heart of Cork City and create walkable neighbourhoods that connect with the river, city and surrounding communities. New infrastructure that prioritises pedestrians and cyclists will enable this vision for a vibrant, healthy and easily accessible district.With sustainability at its core, Cork Docklands will be designed to mitigate the impacts of climate change. Apportioning 25% of the area for parks and planted spaces will make a positive contribution to biodiversity.

Community

New infrastructure that prioritises pedestrians and cyclists will enable this vision for a vibrant, healthy and easily accessible district.

Sustainability

Over 100 acres of parks and open spaces will protect and enhance the natural heritage and biodiversity of the area.

Heritage

Reflecting the maritime and industrial heritage of the Docklands in the architecture and public realm is a fundamental principle of the strategy for regeneration.

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Vision

The regeneration of Cork Docklands will grow the heart of Cork City and create walkable neighbourhoods that connect with the river, city and surrounding communities. New infrastructure that prioritises pedestrians and cyclists will enable this vision for a vibrant, healthy and easily accessible district.With sustainability at its core, Cork Docklands will be designed to mitigate the impacts of climate change. Apportioning 25% of the area for parks and planted spaces will make a positive contribution to biodiversity.

Community

New infrastructure that prioritises pedestrians and cyclists will enable this vision for a vibrant, healthy and easily accessible district.

Sustainability

Over 100 acres of parks and open spaces will protect and enhance the natural heritage and biodiversity of the area.

Heritage

Reflecting the maritime and industrial heritage of the Docklands in the architecture and public realm is a fundamental principle of the strategy for regeneration.

Location

At 147 Hectares, with a planned investment of over €470m in enabling infrastructure Cork Docklands is Ireland’s largest brownfield regeneration project. A prime location adjacent to the existing city centre, with direct access to Kent Train Station, 5km of riverside amenity and more than 32 hectares of parkland. It has capacity to provide homes for 20,000 new residents and up to 25,000 jobs in a location where all amenities and services are easily accessible and car dependency is greatly reduced.