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Limerick City and County Council Employee Review

Challenging and Friendly Environment

4.0
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24 February 2014
Nice place to work, extremely busy, plenty of responsibility. Overall, highly recommended
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4.0
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3.0
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2.0
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3.0
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2.0
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Limerick is winning business, creating jobs, regenerating its urban centre, and redefining its public image.


Limerick has grown through positive disruption, having taken bold decisions to recover from the economic crisis. Its council has a well-articulated vision for the future, and a plan and commitment to make it happen. There is a remarkable degree of community and business ‘buy-in’ to the future vision of the city.


Almost 15,800 jobs have been announced since 2013 with more than €1.7bn of investment by new or existing companies. The re-redevelopment and regeneration of the city centre –the most transformational and largest commercial property development programme outside Dublin- is well underway thanks to the establishment of Limerick Twenty Thirty DAC.
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Based in the City Centre
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Car parking not given as a part of a normal contract
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