Press Releases

5 August 2020

Update on Morrison's Island Public Realm & Flood Defence project

Detailed design is now being finalised and it is intended that works will begin on the transformative project in early 2021.

13 July 2020

MacCurtain Street Public Transport Improvement Scheme announced

The MacCurtain Street Public Transport Improvement Scheme aims to support economic activity and enhance sustainable transport access to the city centre.

7 July 2020

Lord Mayor reopens Old Cork Waterworks Experience tourist attraction

The Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Joe Kavanagh has officially reopened the Old Cork Waterworks Experience on the Lee Road.

3 July 2020

Small businesses can avail of Business Restart Grant

Eligible city businesses can sign up for the Business Restart grant, a national fund set up to help small businesses with the cost of reopening during COVID-19...

30 June 2020

Lord Mayor of Cork invites Taoiseach Michéal Martin to City Hall

The Lord Mayor of Cork has invited Taoiseach Micheal Martin to pay a courtesy visit to Cork City Hall and to attend a Special Meeting of Council.

26 June 2020

New parking offer in multi-storey car parks until August 31st

From Monday 29th June, motorists can avail of two hours free parking at North Main Street and Paul St multi-storey car parks.

24 June 2020

Cork City 5th in Europe for economic potential

Cork City is the fifth overall best city in Europe for economic potential, according to the Financial Times FDI European Cities and Regions of Future 2020/2021...

19 June 2020

Statement on An Bord Pleanála decision on Morrison's Island Project

Cork City Council has welcomed the decision by An Bord Pleanála (ABP) to approve the Morrison’s Island Public Realm and Flood Defence Project.

18 June 2020

Cork Sports Partnership leads Cork Walking Week 2020

Cork Sports Partnership is encouraging everyone to get out and get moving during Cork Walking Week 2020.

17 June 2020

Public consultation on temporary closure of 3 more city centre streets

An online public consultation has been launched inviting the public to have their say on the temporary closures of Emmet Place, Fr Mathew St and Princes St.