Gardens International base for Nordic Aviation Capital Previous articleLimerick woman’s racist train rant under Garda investigationNext articleDayl Cronin will charm UCH Editor Email Linkedin Marks and Spencer agreement for Limerick city centre Print Advertisement Facebook WhatsApp First Limerick Twenty Thirty project just six weeks out from completion No Repro FeePictured at the signing of the €17.6m contract to develop the 100,000 sq ft Gardens International office on Henry Street, Limerick wereJames Godley. Munster Regional Manager JJ Rhatigan, Denis Brosnan – Chairman Limerick 2030 and Pat Daly – Interim Coo Limerick 2030.The contract to develop ‘The Gardens’ project was signed with JJ Rhatigan & Company builders on behalf of Limerick Twenty Thirty DAC by its chairman Denis Brosnan. The Gardens International Office will become the first speculative build under the Twenty Thirty programme, which overall will see over €500m worth of investment in creating state-of-the-art office, retail, residential, education and enterprise space in Limerick.The project is due for completion in mid 2018.Pic. Brian ArthurWork has begun on the first of three Limerick 2030 projects which will see the inner city transformed into a living and working city centre.Branded as the largest commercial property development programme outside of the capital the first Limerick 2030 project will see 100,000 sq ft of offices built on Henry Street. The Gardens International Office is the first speculative build under the programme, which overall will see over €500m worth of investment in creating state-of-the-art office, retail, residential, education and enterprise space in Limerick.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The wider programme is aimed at attracting 5,000 new jobs in Limerick over the next five years, with ‘The Gardens’ building set to accommodate 750 posts and support 150 jobs during construction. Work on the project began on Tuesday, with a predicted completion date of late 2018.Limerick 2030 Chairman Denis Brosnan said: “This is a very important day for Limerick 2030, for Limerick and the wider region. This will be the catalyst for a new era of growth for Limerick as this is the first in a wider programme that is going to transform Limerick into a dynamic living and working city capable of competing with the leading destinations in Europe for inward investment.“Limerick, with high-end projects like this, will be the best placed and most competitive English speaking city in the EU for inward investment. We will have state-of-the-art space in a city that has been revitalised over the last three years or so but remains an extremely cost-effective location for operating international business in and from.”Said Conn Murray Chief Executive of Limerick City and County Council: “We have already seen significant job creation and over €1.3 billion invested in Limerick over the last three years with the fastest growing employment rate in the country. The Gardens will now trigger a new wider programme of investment in infrastructure to bring that record period in Limerick to another level.“Limerick is rejuvenated, it is attracting a lot of international attention and now we will be able to offer what FDI and indigenous investors mostly look for – inner city locations in a vibrant city where people can work and, indeed, live. This will be a landmark project for Limerick and in time we will look back on it as pivotal moment for the city and region.”The Henry Street site was part constructed during the boom but has remained a shell development since work ceased there several years ago. The five-floor development will be suitable for a range of uses and will be Limerick’s first city centre LEED Gold certified office scheme.The new design comes complete with a structural glazed facade to provide a high level of environmental control within the office space, minimizing solar gain and reducing imposed air-handling energy requirements. It also includes automated fully glazed entrance doors, natural stone flooring, a turnstile security system, car parking spaces, cycle bays and other services. TAGSGardens International OfficeLimerick 2030 BusinessNews#WATCH Limerick’s €500m investment programme beginsBy Editor – April 19, 2017 798 World-class Gardens International opens in Limerick City Call for changes to Opera Centre plans RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Long game for Limerick 2030: Cohesion and Convergence
Where property prices have fallen the most in Queensland READ MORE Ms Veneman said anything built off the ground can be moved, however circumstances will vary depending on the size of the house as to wether it can be lifted as one load. “We can basically move anything that’s built off the ground because we have the machinery and technology.”“Typically we only move things within a 200km radius but we have moved it further but it just depends on the circumstance.” A house being Transported from 116 Tippet Street in Gulliver to 4 Latchford Street in Pimlico.THE idea of demolishing a family home can be hard to come to terms with, especially if there’s nothing wrong with it.When you want to build a new house without giving up the location, It can seem like there’s no other option. READ MORE Unique home with a cricket pitch in the front yard More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Inside the home which is now located at 4 Latchford St in Pimlico“We also clear the site for them for free.“It’s a solution to housing affordability, it’s not looked at enough as a solution for first homeowners and retirees.”Ms Veneman said she recently relocated a house from Gulliver to Pimlico, which was headed to landfill providing an affordable option for both the owner and new buyer. A house being Transported from 116 Tippet Street in Gulliver to 4 Latchford Street in Pimlico.But there is a solution that can save you thousands and in some cases make you a quick profit. Owner and director of Townsville’s Renewable Homes, Jo Veneman, said transporting a house is not an option most people think of first.“It costs the owners nothing, we basically offer them money for the house,” Ms Veneman said. “Gulliver is a boom suburb, there’s a lot of people who are renovating or building new homes there,” Ms Veneman said.“The owners offered us the house for free because they wanted to build a new one.“We relocated the home for $43,000 in total for the buyer and they didn’t have to pay anything more for the house.”The house which was located at 116 Tippet St in Gulliver, now sits at 4 Latchford St in Pimlico.
NFF ELECTIONS RELOADEDI did promise during the week to speak about events off the field here in Russia. The delay in coming was partly because the topic was overtaken by Nigeriaâ€™s defeat in the hands of perennial conquerors-Argentina.The inability of Super Eagles to survive â€˜ordinary last five minutesâ€™ in the clash with the Albiceleste in St Petersburg Stadium, expectedly, created so much fury and vibes here and elsewhere. And so, my promise of â€˜blastingâ€™ extra curricular activities around the Nigerian camp, had to be put on hold. But now that the coast is clear, here is the gist.Over the years, Nigerians are known around the world to be big spenders in taking good care of themselves. Those with deep pockets donâ€™t make pretence when it comes to pampering. But the trip to Russia this summer, appears, a different ball game. Some of the NPFL club administrators and FA chairmen who were part of the stakeholders in town for the Mundial, could not reenact the usual boisterous atmosphere associated with this group of Nigerians. Reason was that there was no free money to throw around. Was it because of the exchange rates back home or the inability of the NFF to do the usual â€˜Father Christmas Summer Bazaarâ€™ every four years? Now, daggers are out, with these stakeholders, waiting for the NFF elections to hold in Katsina in September. What happens between now and in the next three months when the congress will take place will decide whether Amaju Melvin Pinnick will end the jinx of no NFF president doing a second term in office. The World Cup year which is also an elective congress one, apart from being a distraction for the Super Eagles, has become the place where battle for the coveted office usually start in the host country of the Mundial. Russia has not proved otherwise in this sad commentary on the administration of football in Nigeria.BODY NO BI WOOD AFFAIRS IN RUSSIABody no bi wood is a popular jingo in the country. It is a term used mostly on the street in reference to promiscuous activities of men (or women?) on short trips outside their homes. Lascivious men have been on raunchy escapades around town here despite initial warnings to Russian women not to get pregnant for foreigners.A Nigerian who has been resident in St Petersburg for a couple of years has been smiling to the bank counting the cool cash he is making pimping for some of the randy visitors from Naija here for the Mundial.One middle age Nigerian was heard haggling price with the guy in one of the hotels most stakeholders of the Nigerian football congress were quartered. The guy stuck to his $200 (about N72,000) asking price for the two hour service to be provided by these young ladies from parts of eastern Europe. Those who could not afford to satisfy their lustful quests at that price, make do with going to strip clubs for a fee of 500 Russian roubles (about N3,000). One Nigerian topflight club secretary was often seen enjoying his drinks in the midst of these girls in one of the strip clubs not far from Corinthians Hotel where Eagles stayed for the clash with Argentina in St PetersburgShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The Tipperary Senior Camogie team will play Limerick in the Munster Senior Camogie Semi-Final this afternoon.Throw-in is at 2:30 in The Ragg.