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Cleeves Riverside Quarter step forward

first_imgLinkedin Email Advertisement WhatsApp LimerickNewsCleeves Riverside Quarter step forwardBy Meghann Scully – November 18, 2020 502 Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Facebook Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Printcenter_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleOver €25,000 of Cash and Suspected Drugs Seized in LimerickNext articleMcNamara slams Government over inaction on Shannon Heritage sites Meghann Scully Twitter WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live The master-planning process for a Limerick riverside site that will play a key role in the wider transformation of the city and region is about to commence following the appointment of the Design Planning and Project Teams by Limerick Twenty Thirty DAC to develop the Cleeves Riverside Quarter. Photographed are from left: Karen McEvoy, Bucholz McEvoy Architects, Limerick Twenty Thirty Chairman Conn Murray and The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Michael Collins.Photo: Sean Curtin True MediaTHE master-planning process for a Limerick riverside site that will play a key role in the wider transformation of the city and region is about to commence following the appointment of the Design, Planning and Project Management Teams by Limerick Twenty Thirty DAC to develop the Cleeves Riverside Quarter.A six month programme will get underway with immediate effect to come up with the blueprint for the 10 acre Cleeves Riverside Quarter site, which will see Limerick Twenty Thirty – the development company established by Limerick City and County Council – bring its €500m plus programme to the north side of the river.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Following an intensive procurement process that attracted interest from eminent national and international consultancy firms, the tender process has seen the appointment of:Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, in partnership with Bucholz McEvoy Architects, as the Design Team for the project. The Design Team will include Architects, Conservation Architects and Urban Designers, etc. They will be supported by Arup (Civil & Structural Engineering, Building Services Engineering etc.) and Mitchell Associates (Landscape Architects)Rogerson Reddan to provide Project Management, Quantity Surveying and Project Supervisor Design Process services. Rogerson Reddan will be supported by health and safety consultants Integrated Risk Solutions.HRA Planning to deliver Planning Consultancy services for the projectThe Cleeves Riverside Quarter project represents a unique opportunity to develop a high-quality mixed-use development of scale that will transform the high-potential site synonymous with the Limerick city centre skyline for its red-brick chimney stack tower.  The total cost of the project is estimated at between €250 – €300 million and delivery will take approximately seven years.Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Michael Collins said that the development will play a huge role in the future of the city, county and region.  “Despite the challenges with COVID now and into the New Year, the mid to long-term future of Limerick is extremely bright thanks to all the planned investment that is already happening or scheduled to take place.“The Opera Site looms largest on the horizon and is about to start but to have this project kicking in over the coming years will be a huge boost.  We have a lot to look forward to.” he said.The newly appointed Project Team, led by Limerick Twenty Thirty, will commence its work by preparing a shortlist of concepts for the site, with a preferred option to be selected in early 2021 following a rigorous assessment of how it will deliver on a range of objectives for Limerick City and the region, including economic development, residential accommodation and a new public realm.The next stage of the programme will involve the preparation of a Stage 1 Master Plan for the development, to be completed by June 2021. The Master Planning process will include public consultations to ensure local community and wider public engagement on the future of the site. Following the completion of the Stage 1 Master Plan, the Project Team will move onto formal design stages for the project.Said Limerick Twenty Thirty Chairman Conn Murray: “The Cleeves Riverside Quarter is going to be another huge contributor to the transformation of the city centre over the coming decade.“The site offers huge opportunity for a high-quality mixed-use development of real scale and significance.  Between this and all the other investments underway or about to start in Limerick, we are going to see the city transform before our eyes over the coming years.” he added.Said David Conway, CEO of Limerick twenty Thirty:  “This is a very exciting time for Limerick Twenty Thirty and the finalisation of the Project Team for a project as significant as this is further evidence of that.“A lot of eyes are on the Opera Site, which starts in the coming weeks, but Limerick Twenty Thirty’s focus is very much also on the other side of the River.  This is a really important aspect for us as having a development of such scale on the northside of the river ensures our wider programme spreads to both sides of the river when traditionally the vast bulk of investment in Limerick city is on the south side of the Shannon.” he concluded. 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Sergey Portnov: Parimatch – CIS ambitions can match the UK in three years

first_img Sergey Portnov, Chief Executive of Parimatch, has emphasised how the CIS and wider Eastern European betting markets could track the UK’s performance within a three-year span, noting fast-changing developments. However, Portnov warns that CIS ambitions can only be matched if regulatory gaps are fulfiled. Speaking at SBC’s ‘Betting on Sports 2019‘ Conference, Portnov discussed the current development of the CIS market whilst underlining difficulties it incumbents currently face: “The market is developing quickly on multiple levels. Regulation becomes more deep so right laws are written and right percentages are given. Now Ukraine is about to regulate, ten years in prohibition but now finally it’s going to get regulated. “The laws and regulations in Russian speaking countries its there, it allows you to work but it has a lot of flaws and a lot of gaps. Those gaps today they preclude foreigners to come in and operate freely because those gaps are dangerous.”With this being said and despite the current ‘pitfalls’ it currently faces, the Parimatch CEO remained positive in his outlook regarding the potential development that he believes the CIS market can expect in the coming years. He added: “As time goes by things get refined and become more modern. I would say today that the market, if we look at it as a whole, is behind the UK maybe seven years. But every year now counts as two or three, so in two or three years time you can catch up. I’m sure in five years time it is going to be a properly regulated market, everything legal, everything monitored and all players KYC’ed so it’s going to be good. “Now at this stage it’s a bit dark waters, even though it looks white on paper, but we know inside you have a lot of dangerous pitfalls and those pitfalls are scaring foreigners big time. But this will change, the market is growing. People love sport, penetration of betting is growing so once everything is prospering it will eventually become proper system.” As well as the growth of sports betting within the region, Portnov also cited that patience would be needed from those involved within the market. Moreover, the Parimatch CEO eluded to the fact that the growth of the CIS market mirrored his desire to branch away from the stereotypes that are directed at those who work within the Eastern European market.Portnov concluded: “There is no big system globally today which is in chaos. Everything that gets big eventually get somehow regulated because governments, auditors and everybody’s jumping on it and try to put an order into that chaos. “This is taking place now, foreigners just need to be patient. Time will come. For us it’s also an opportunity to fully become wide, even though the markets will become more competitive. But competition afterall brings out the best in you, if you’re not competitive then you don’t deserve those revenues. “We are prepared for competition and prepared to capitalise on our business as a whole, because right now when you say I work in Kazakhstan, Russia or Ukraine people say ‘great but kind of dodgy’. We don’t want to be associated as dodgy, those markets are competitive as hell, probably more competitive than in Europe.” Related Articles Andrey Astapov, ETERNA LAW: Ukraine faces critical choices as gambling finish line nears August 21, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUpon Parimatch hails top talent of inaugural ‘Universal Sports & Games Hackathon’ August 14, 2020 Ukraine gambling bill enacted by President Zelensky August 11, 2020 Sharelast_img read more