Financial plan to be put in place for development of former Clonmel army barracks

A financial plan to kickstart the development of the former Kickham army barracks in Clonmel is about to be drawn up.

District Administrator Anthony Coleman reported to a meeting of Clonmel Borough District that Tipperary County Council, in partnership with Limerick Institute of Technology, had engaged consultants Deloitte to develop a financial planning model most appropriate to the Kickham Barracks site.

By Eamonn Wynne

ewynne@nationalist.ie

https://www.nationalist.ie/news/home/293413/financial-plan-to-be-put-in-place-for-development-of-former-clonmel-army-barracks.html

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