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Town Village Renewal Scheme 2021 - The Rev William Casey memorial in Abbeyfeale pictured above. Picture: Cian Reinhardt. Town Village Renewal Scheme 2021 - The Rev William Casey memorial in Abbeyfeale pictured above. Picture: Cian Reinhardt.


Call out for ideas or projects for Town Village Renewal Scheme 2021



Town Village Renewal Scheme 2021 – The Rev William Casey memorial in Abbeyfeale pictured above. Picture: Cian Reinhardt.

Call out for ideas or projects for Town Village Renewal Scheme 2021

Do you have a project or idea that would support the renewal of your town or village across Limerick? 

Limerick City and County Council is seeking expressions of interest from town or village community groups as well as business interests who may have suitable projects for consideration under the Town Village Renewal Scheme 2021. 


The scheme is targeted at towns and villages with a population of 10,000 or less and all projects funded must be completed within a 12-to-18-month period.

This year the scheme will place particular emphasis on projects supporting remote working and enhancing town centre living as outlined in Our Rural Future – Rural Development Policy 2021-2025.

The scheme will support these objectives and will encourage more people to return confidently to town and village centres to work, shop and socialise.

A maximum of eight proposals can be selected for progression to the full application stage. The minimum grant funding available is €20,000 and the maximum grant funding available is €500,000.

Further information on the including the Scheme Outline, Expression of Interest forms and ‘Our Rural Future – Ireland’s Rural Development Policy 2021-2025’ policy document is available on

Completed Expressions of Interest forms with supporting documentation must be emailed to [email protected]  by 4 pm on Friday 18 June 2021.

All expressions of interest will be assessed about the priorities detailed in the Scheme Outline and the proposed projects alignment with the commitments in ‘Our Rural Future’.

Contact the Urban and Rural Community Development Department of Limerick City and County Council on 061 557531, 061 557117 or 061 557356 or email [email protected] with any queries.

A full list of Limerick projects funded under the scheme is available on


For more stories on the Town Village, Renewal Scheme go HERE 


Some of the previous projects funded in Limerick under the Towns and Villages Renewal Scheme:


Abbeyfeale Resurfacing and upgrading of walkways in Abbeyfeale Town Park
Pallaskenry Clearing of overgrown forest track to east of Pallaskenry Village to facilitate 2.5km loop walk from the village centre
Adare Refurbishment of the Countess of Dunraven Fountain and creation of new pedestrianised area with seating around the fountain
Doon The development of a Community Services and eHub facility, with 8 PC stations, Tea/Coffee Room, Toilets, an Office, and Conference Room.
Caherconlish The creation of a safe walking route for the’ Old Creamery’ Looped walk, including safe pedestrian access from Caherconlish National School.
Glin Interpretive fit-out and production of audio-visual material for the Knights of Glin Interpretive Centre under construction to the annex of Glin Library.
Feenagh Creation of new town park, including parking for cars and bikes, walkways, public lighting, sensory and butterfly garden.
Rathkeale Renovation of Railways Goods Shed for Community/Tourism use to support the Limerick Greenway in Rathkeale.
Bruff Resurfacing of footpath network in Grove Public Park, as well as provision of access for all entrance to replace the existing steps
Kilmallock Improved accessibility to Priory Walk, seating in the adjoining Pocket Park and creation of an amenity area including seating, planters and games
Pallasgreen Sensory garden, walking track and recreational area with universal access for all ages and abilities to gather and integrate
Dromcollogher Develop a Meditation Garden with a Labyrinth, surrounded by sensory and wildflower clumps with seating, lighting and a water feature
Askeaton Create a pedestrian friendly Town Centre in the centre of Askeaton
Athea Village enhancement works with painting and upgrading of shopfronts and buildings and renovations to footbridge
Kilmeedy Resurfacing of the Boreen Lane to improve access to the Old Creamery and Duck Pond
Ballyhahill Develop a river walk with park and village enhancement
Ballylanders Further development of an outdoor classroom and parking at Griston Bog
Ballysteen Upgrade of the old Carnegie Library to a community hub
Castleconnell Fitting out of a community café



Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.