New Tourism Development Strategy for Limerick looking for your views

Series of consultation events to take place across Limerick 

Limerick City and County Council is developing a new Tourism Development and Marketing Strategy for Limerick.

The Council would like to hear from you as part of the consultation process. If you have any ideas about tourism and the direction the tourism strategy should take, then we would like to hear from you.

The most recent published figures for Regional Tourism by Fáilte Ireland show had the sixth highest number of overseas tourists in the country, while revenue from the tourists ranked fifth out of the 26 counties in 2015.

The aim of the Limerick Tourism Development and Marketing Strategy 2017-2023 is to grow Limerick as a premier tourism destination. The purpose of this forum is to capture the views and perspectives of key stakeholders in the city and county in relation to how this can be achieved.

Limerick City and County Council is calling on all those concerned within the tourism sector, communities involved in tourism and public agencies who support tourism activities throughout the city and county. Individuals are also welcome.

A series of consultation events are taking place throughout April:

 Monday 3rd April Woodlands House Hotel, Adare 6.30pm – 9pm

Tuesday 4th April Devon Inn, Templeglantine 2.30pm – 5pm

Wednesday 5th April Deebert Hotel, Kilmallock 2.30pm – 5pm

 Thursday 6th April Greenhills Hotel, Ennis Road, Limerick 6.30pm – 9pm

To register your interest in attending, please email Limerick City and County Council at tourism@limerick.ie, or call: 061 407539