Restoration of Tramore Railway Station Building gets funding from this year’s Town & Village Renewal Scheme
Tramore’s Railway Station building will benefit from this year’s Town & Village Renewal Scheme to the tune of €100,000.
The money which is being allocated from the Department of Rural and Community Development as part of an overall €21m fund.
The fund is available to Local Authorities to support the revitalisation of rural towns and villages across Ireland.
Tramore is not the only local area set to receive funding, The areas within Waterford set to benefit are: Cheekpoint, Villierstown, Ballymacarbry, Ballyduff Lower, Dungarvan, Bunmahon, Clonea-Power, Portlaw and Tramore.
Waterford Council have said the wide range of works listed below will help improve the streetscape/public realm and develop key economic opportunities for the towns and villages, making them more attractive and more sustainable places in which to live and work.
The breakdown of funding is as follows:
|Restoration of Tramore Railway Station Building to create an opportunity site||€100,000|
|Connectivity works linking Portlaw to Curraghmore Estate and heritage works||€95,000|
|Glamping accommodation project for Villierstown||€90,000|
|Public Realm upgrade works for Dungarvan Town Centre||€80,000|
|Connectivity of Cheekpoint to Faithlegg||€80,000|
|Craft hub and vintage tea rooms for Clonea-Power||€64,000|
|Beach board-walk and trail enhancement works at Bunmahon||€64,000|
|Ballyduff Lower connectivity works to enhance village centre||€28,800|
|Connectivity works to enhance access within Ballymacarbry||€24,000|