Over €2m funding announced for Boyle town enhancement


The project cost is over 2 million euro, the government providing €1.8 million and the local authority over 200,000 euro allocated under the Rural Regeneration Fund for the ‘King House Cultural Quarter Enhancement Project’.

The Boyle project focuses on the King House Cultural Quarter to deliver public realm improvements, there's also investment for the facilities and attractions within King House itself.

“This funding as a significant boost for the revival of Boyle town centre for retail, tourism and cultural revival. The project proposes to ‘reimagine the King House Cultural Quarter in Boyle Town and is the next step in realising the Boyle 2040 Framework Plan focused on town centre living, economic and tourism development in the centre of the historic town of Boyle. I want to thank Roscommon Co Council CE Eugene Cummins and his teams for their application.”

“I want to acknowledge Minister Humphreys department for selecting this project, as Boyle is my home town and I am thrilled and honoured as a local TD and Minister to be in a position yet again to welcome more central Government funding for town regeneration following Minister Humphreys announcement around the development of the Royal Building last Autumn”

“In conclusion, I wish to acknowledge Boyle Town Team and the many community activists who are working hard in a voluntary capacity to promote and re-develop the town of Boyle”. concluded Boyle native, Minister Frank Feighan.

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