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URBACT in Ireland

Roughly one third of Irish people live in the five big cities of Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Waterford, with another third estimated to be living in our towns. Ireland, as such, is transitioning from being once a very rural country to an urban-centred society.

National URBACT Point
Eastern & Midland Regional Assembly
Dr Travis
O’Doherty
The Ministry in charge of URBACT
Department of Environment, Community and Local Government
Mr. Colm
DOWNEY
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