Regional spatial & economic strategy for the southern region /

Southern Regional Assembly.
Bibliographic Details
Main Creator: Southern Regional Assembly (Ireland).
Contributors: Ireland. Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government.
Summary:Established in 2015 under the Local Government Reform Act 2014 and part of the Local Government Sector, the Southern Regional Assembly has a remit for the Southern Region, one of three in Ireland, established in 2015 as the regional tier of government. It incorporates three Strategic Planning Areas, also known as NUTS III regions for EU funding purposes, and ten local authority areas: the South-East - Carlow, Tipperary*, Waterford, Wexford, Kilkenny; the South-West - Cork City, Cork County, Kerry; and the Mid-West - Clare, Limerick, Tipperary*. The Southern Regional Assembly has prepared a Regional Spatial & Economic Strategy (RSES) for the Southern Region. The RSES provides a long-term, strategic development framework for the future physical, economic and social development of the Southern Region and includes Metropolitan Area Strategic Plans (MASPs) to guide the future development of the Region’s three main cities and metropolitan areas – Cork, Limerick-Shannon and Waterford. The RSES sets out a vision for the Southern Region to: Nurture all our places to realise their full potential ; Protect, and enhance our environment ; Successfully combat climate change ; Achieve economic prosperity and improved quality of life for all our citizens ; Accommodate expanded growth and development in suitable locations ; Make the Southern Region one of Europe’s most creative, innovative, greenest and liveable regions.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published / Created: Waterford : Southern Regional Assembly, [2020?]
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Notes:At foot of cover: Tionscadal Éireann 2040 / Project Ireland 2040.

The Regional spatial and economic strategy for the Southern Region came into effect on 31st January 2020. The RSES provides a long-term, strategic development framework for the future physical, economic and social development of the Southern Region and includes Metropolitan Area Strategic Plans (MASPs) to guide the future development of the Region’s three main cities and metropolitan areas – Cork, Limerick-Shannon and Waterford. -- Southern Regional Assembly website.

Physical description: 378 pages : illustrations (colour), photographs (colour), maps (colour) ; 30 cm

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