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26/10/2021

Coach parking set for other side of city

Tourist attractions such as St Canice’s Cathedral and Rothe House received a welcome boost last week, with confirmation that a temporary coach-parking facility is to be built on the northern side of the city.

Tourist attractions such as St Canice’s Cathedral and Rothe House received a welcome boost last week, with confirmation that a temporary coach-parking facility is to be built on the northern side of the city.

Cllr John Coonan (FF) said it was a necessary investment to ensure tourists could access all of Kilkenny’s offerings.

“A coach park on the other side of the city is a gem,” he said.

“I’m delighted to find that there is a principle of dividing the focus, and not all converging on the Castle Road. Kilkenny City has something to offer from end to end.”

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