Public Consultation on the new Local Economic and Community Plan 2023-2029

Dúnta13 Már, 2023, 09:00 - 12 Mei, 2023, 09:00

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Public Consultation on the new Local Economic and Community Plan (LECP) 2023-2029

Cork City Council is working hard to make Cork an inclusive, prosperous, and sustainable city. To this end we are now developing our Local Economic and Community Plan (LECP) to bring this vision forward. To help us with our thinking and planning, we want to hear from people living, working and visiting Cork city.

The new Local Economic and Community Plan will have a big impact on the future of Cork city. We want your thoughts and ideas on how we can grow in a way that is sustainable, inclusive and helps to address the big challenges we face, building our resilience so we can thrive into the future.

We want this plan to be developed and rolled out in partnership with communities, with community needs at its heart. With a shared vision and collaborative actions, we can all work together to create happy and healthy neighbourhoods and communities. 

Let’s plan together to make our city the best it can possibly be!

For more information on other ways to engage such as a public 'Have Your Say' survey and engagement in-person events, please visit:

The public consultation will be open for a 12 week period from 9 a.m. on Monday 13th March 2023 until 9am on Monday the 12th June 2023.  


forumHave your say

Cork City Council welcomes submissions on the new Local Economic and Community Plan (LECP) 2023-2029 via the following links:

  • Using this online submission portal or
  • By email to or
  • By posting your submission to:

Community Team, Community, Culture and Placemaking Directorate, Cork City Council, Anglesea Street, City Hall, Cork, T12 T997.

Should you have any queries please email us on: or call the Community Team on 0214 924000.



Cork City Council is subject to the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act, 2014, the Data Protection Act, 2018 and to the General Data Protection Regulations GDPR).

Cork City Council’s GDPR policy and Privacy Policy is available on our website at or hardcopy from our offices at City Hall, Anglesea Street, Cork.

In order to assist us in complying with Data Protection and GDPR, if making a submission by post or by email, please include your name and contact details (and where relevant, details of any organisation, community group or company etc., which you represent), on a separate sheet to the content of your submission/ observation.

Please note that in accordance with Section 12 of the Planning and Development Act, 2000 as amended all valid submissions received by the Council shall be published on the Cork City Council website within 10 working days of its receipt by the Council. The planning process is an open and public process and therefore your submission (in part or in total) will be available to view online at


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