Limerick City Council has relaunched its Retail Incentive Scheme and applications are now invited for 2013.
The grant scheme is aimed at attracting new high end retailers to the city centre. Applicants can qualify for grants of up to 100% of their fit out costs over a two year period when they occupy a vacant premises with a new business.
Commenting on the scheme, Mayor of Limerick City, Gerry McLoughlin said it was a unique incentive for retailing in Ireland and it was great to see Limerick City leading the way with such an innovative scheme.
"The message from Limerick is clear, we welcome your business and will work to support you in every possible way," the Mayor said.
The Director of Economic Development and Planning, Mr Tom Enright said that the scheme was being relaunched to remind potential investors in Limerick City Centre that there is an "extra incentive to locate in Limerick".
"The Retail Incentive Scheme is an added feature to retail investment in Limerick City and our team at City Hall will gladly assist potential retailers with the application process".
Further information on the scheme is available from the Economic Development Section of Limerick City Council on 061-407269 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
or you can visit www.limerick.ie
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