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Cork City Council Releases Public Consultation Plans For Options To Link And Upgrade Cork's Mahon-Blackrock And Rochestown-Passage West Greenways

By Dave Simpson

Cork City Council has released public consultation plans for options to link and upgrade Cork's Mahon-Blackrock and Rochestown-Passage West greenways.

As reported by The Irish Examiner, the plans pivot around a key stretch on the Rochestown Road, and the former Rochestown train station, and a boardwalk from around Harty's Quay to Hop Island, between existing houses and the waters of Mahon Estuary, is among the options.

Two-Year Timeline Proposal

The council has unveiled a two-year timeline proposal for the Passage Railway Greenway Phase 11, which will involve public consultation, land acquisitions, addressing environmental concerns and the probability of an oral hearing.

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The news comes as plans for the development of a café/restaurant at the site of the former Rochestown train station are reportedly being progressed by architects for a private investor/developer.

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