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Ireland A vacant site in The Liberties set to transform into a beautiful new park

12:30  07 october  2019
12:30  07 october  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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A new park at Bridgefoot Street is the second flagship project of The Liberties Greening Strategy. The planned park will see a currently vacant site , previously occupied by housing, transformed into an amenity area for the considerable community living close by.

a close up of a map: Bridgefoot Street Park © libertiesdublin.ie Bridgefoot Street Park

A vacant site in The Liberties is set transform into new park under The Liberties Greening Strategy.

Work on the site, which is located at the end of Bridgefoot Street, is expected to start by the end of the year and continue into 2020.

The Bridgefoot Street Park is one of the two flagship parks proposed under the strategy.

The park will feature a community gardens, potential cafe, terraced performance area, and play spaces with grassed and planted mounds amongst other things.

The park received its planning permission in 2017 and is expected to open to the public in late 2020.

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The beautiful park alongside is the perfect resting point to visit on a sunny day, while the wonderful Market-life also dominates nearby Meath Street: its rough and ready, but for many its the soul of Dublin. Drop into its beautiful local church – St Catherine’s – and relax in the calm grotto garden to the rear.

The area will open to Bridgefoot Street, Island Street and connect through to Roe Lane, which runs through Binary Hub and Digital Hub.

A spokesperson for Dublin City Council said: “It's one of two major investments by Dublin City Council in The Liberties in the coming year.”

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