Saturday 25 January 2020

Application lodged for Trinity Wharf

An artist's impression of the Trinity Wharf proposal
An artist's impression of the Trinity Wharf proposal

Pádraig Byrne

Works are continuing behind the scenes on Wexford County Council's ambitious €15 million Trinity Wharf development off Trinity Street. Just last week, Wexford County Council made an application to the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government for a foreshore lease.

The application was for permission to occupy an area of foreshore 'for the purpose of land based developments, a marina and a bridge/boardwalk'.

Chief Executive of Wexford County Council has said that the plans for Trinity Wharf are extremely exciting for the people of Wexford and the aim is to develop the lands into a high-quality business park to include a mix of modern office space, hotel accommodation, multi-storey car-parking, a landmark cultural and events multi-use building and 60 residential units.

The proposed development also includes the provision of a 61-berth marina and a new boardwalk linking Trinity Wharf to Paul Quay and the Crescent.

Wexford People

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