Urban Regeneration Strategy for Templeshannon, Enniscorthy adopted by Wexford County Council
Wexford County Council have formally adopted the Urban Regeneration Strategy for Templeshannon Enniscorthy, prepared by FAC in association with our partners Arup and Sheridan Tierney Architects and with proactive support from our client, Wexford County Council.
The Core Vision of the strategy is for local economic renewal built upon the existing assets; both the physical heritage and the business and community networks. Comprehensive consultation with stakeholders and the wider community was key to learning about the key strengths of the place, its people and developing a plan that works with their needs and for the town to take ownership.
7 Regeneration Themes were developed to provide a bridge between the Vision and 24 Actions. Each Action was future-proofed for potential impacts, stakeholders (for implementation), funding sources, timescale and value.
8 Key Projects have been identified to enable and sustain the regeneration process, including a new pedestrian bridge, traffic flow changes, urban realm improvements, building block opportunities and a river walkway. All these initiatives are designed to ensure that the town can build on the opportunities afforded by the forthcoming Flood Relief scheme and motorway bypass of the town.
The regeneration strategy includes an Implementation Plan to manage how the initiatives and projects can now be progressed. The strategy has been prepared to be a ‘living plan’ for Templeshannon and Enniscorthy, as a road-map for partnership and action. We look forward to seeing this positive process reflected in a changing, vibrant and sustainable town centre in the months and years ahead.
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