The first workshop will be held this Friday the 24th of September
Limerick City and County Council have identified the need to develop and deliver a Public Realm Plan for the village of Adare. The plan will indicate, in broad terms the role of the public realm including key urban spaces, pedestrian priority linkages and streetscape enhancement for the village. It is expected that the plan will deliver a shared vision for the future development and evolution of Adare.

 REDscape Landscape & Urbanism ( are the appointed consultants tasked with the delivery of the Public Realm plan. They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table having completed similar Public Realm plans for the Main Street & Church Square in Hoogeveen (NL), Dublin North Port Greenway (IRE), The Grand Canal Dock & and North Lotts Dublin (IRE) etc.

In order to inform the design process Limerick City & County Council would like to invite interested individuals, businesses and community groups to a workshop site visit whereby local residents can engage directly with Patrick McCabe (REDscape) in developing a vision for the Village of Adare.

 The first workshop will be held this  Friday the 24th of September and will commence at 9:00 am in the morning outside the Adare Community Hall. From this location an outdoor walk will be undertaken exploring key locations allowing the REDscape team to support & assist local community groups in gathering information about what is valued, and to explore their ideas, hopes & aspirations for the village’s public realm.

 Please see a map of the proposed walking route and expected timeframes for when our team will be at various points in the Village. If you wish to join for part of all of the site visit please register your interest via email to As this is an outdoor workshop event we would ask that appropriate attire be worn.

 There will be plenty of opportunities to voice your opinion during development of the Adare Public Realm plan, however the walking workshop is a great chance to join the discussion and share ideas about the future of the village. We encourage all interested parties to join us.

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